Free Press Journal
  • Indian security concerns hinder HSR cooperation: Chinese media

    Beijing: India and China failed to reach an agreement on bilateral high-speed railway (HSR) cooperation during the recent strategic economic talks due to India’s “excessive” security concerns, the state media reported today.

  • BCCI-RCA at loggerheads over awarding of RR’s home games

    New Delhi: A day after BCCI released the fixtures of the second leg of IPL 7, the Board and Rajasthan Cricket Association were at loggerheads with the RCA claiming that it was not consulted before allotting Rajasthan Royals’ home games to Ahmedabad.

  • Women’s voting rights violated, says AAP

    Gurgaon: AAP leader Yogendra Yadav Friday complained to the Election Commission that votes of uneducated women were often cast by others in this region in violation of electoral laws.

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    A person who causes riots can never become PM: Mamata

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    Kulti (WB): In the sharpest attack on BJP Prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Trinamool Congress Chief Mamata Banerjee today alleged that a person who caused riots could not become the Prime Minister of the country.

  • Babri demolition well-planned act of sabotage: Cobrapost sting

    New Delhi: The demolition of Babri Masjid Dec 6, 1992 was not an act of “frenzied mobs” but that of “sabotage” planned by two Hindu outfits – separately but so much secretly that no government agency got wind of it, according to a sting operation by a news portal.

  • Statements of 2G accused to be recorded April 16

    New Delhi:A here court will April 16 record the statements of the accused in the 2G spectrum case against the Essar Group and Loop Telecom promoters, who face charges of criminal conspiracy for cheating the DoT.

  • Tyagi’s cousin took cash, says VVIP chopper scam middleman

    New Delhi: After investigations began in Italy into the kickbacks in the Rs 3,600 crore chopper deal in 2012, a key middleman in the scam allegedly told his accomplice over phone that a cousin of former IAF Chief SP Tyagi did not face any threat as he had taken money in cash.

  • Imam’s appeal: BJP accuses Cong of ‘communalising’ politics

    New Delhi: BJP today accused Congress of “communalising” the elections after Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid declared its support for the ruling party and asked the Election Commission to take cognizance of the matter.

  • Salman’s plea to club cases in poaching incident turned down

    Jodhpur: A District and Sessions Court today rejected actor Salman Khan’s plea to club the cases against him under Arms Act and the Wildlife Act in connection with 1998 incident of poaching of two black bucks in Jodhpur.

  • Mistry to file papers from Vadodara tomorrow, Modi on Apr 9

    Vadodara: Senior Congress leader Shankarsinh Vaghela, Gujarat Congress chief Arjun Modhwadiya and others will address a rally here tomorrow before the party’s candidate from Vadodara Lok Sabha seat, Madhusudhan Mistry, files his nomination.

  • Modi is unpredictable, says advisor to Sharif


    Islamabad: Unlike Atal Bihari Vajpayee, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is unpredictable, says an advisor to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

  • Achuthanandan moves HC seeking CBI probe in solar case

    Kochi: Veteran CPI(M) leader V S Achuthanandan today moved the Kerala High Court seeking a CBI inquiry into the Solar panel case which rocked the Congress-led UDF Government.

  • Court has punished the guilty rightly for their cruelty: Nikam

    Mumbai: Special Public Prosecutor advocate Ujjwal Nikam, who represented victims in both of the rape cases in Mumbai’s Shakti Mill compound, looked content after he read out the court’s pronouncement.

  • Mizo civil societies, student bodies call for poll boycott

    Aizawl: Civil societies and student bodies today decided to boycott elections to the lone Mizoram Lok Sabha seat to be held on April 9 and called for a 72-hour statewide bandh from April 7, protesting against voting by displaced Bru tribals from relief camps in Tripura.