Free Press Journal
  • BJP vows to end policy paralysis; Ram Temple in manifesto

    New Delhi: Pledging to end policy paralysis, corruption and “tax terrorism” and bar FDI in multi-brand retail, the BJP today stuck to its core agenda of Ram Temple construction, Uniform Civil Code and abrogation of Article 370 that gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Making electoral entry from Mathura was my destiny: Hema

    Mathura: In the Lok Sabha polls fray from here on BJP ticket, yesteryears’ heart-throb Hema Malini today said she was destined to make electoral entry from the land of Lord Krishna which she opted over Noida and Ghaziabad.

  • Will revise nuclear doctrine, mend equations: BJP manifesto promises

    New Delhi: The BJP Monday pledged to “revise and update” India’s nuclear doctrine, observing that the strategic gains acquired by the party-led NDA regime were “frittered away” by the Congress, and unveiled a foreign policy that would stress on “mending equations” and ties with neighbours.

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    Revenge remark: EC notice to Amit Shah

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    New Delhi: Taking note of the “revenge” remark made by Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah while campaigning in riot-affected areas of Uttar Pradesh, the Election Commission today issued notice to him for prima facie violation of the Model Code of Conduct.

  • BJP moves EC against Ananthamurthy for anti-Modi campaign

    Bangalore: The BJP today moved the Election Commission seeking action against Jnanpith awardee U R Ananthamurthy for making personal attacks on Narendra Modi and campaigning for the Congress.

  • 60 pc voting till afternoon in Assam

    Guwahati: Nearly 60 per cent of the total 64.4 lakh voters exercised their franchise till 3 PM today in the five Lok Sabha constituencies of Assam from where minor sporadic incidents were reported.

  • Telangana region all set to witness triangular contests

    Hyderabad: Telangana is all set to witness three-cornered contests for Lok Sabha and legislative assembly polls after the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and BJP alliance, and the Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) as well as Congress going their own way.

  • ‘Revolver Rani’ is total pulp: Kangana

    Mumbai: Actress Kangana Ranaut says her next movie “Revolver Rani” has the flavour of a pulp fiction novel by Hindi writer Ved Prakash Sharma.

  • EC exploring voting through internet for NRIs

    New Delhi: Non-resident Indians may be able to cast their votes through Internet from overseas as the Election Commission today told the Supreme Court that it is exploring such a possibility.

  • Kejriwal to vote in Delhi

    New Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal, who is contesting the Lok Sabha election from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, will cast his vote in the national capital that goes to the polls April 10.

  • AAP lacked institutional approach: Lok Satta Party

    Hyderabad: The Lok Satta Party, which occupies one seat in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly, has said it could not have an alliance with the Aam Aadmi Party as it had “monopolistic ambitions” and exhibited “immaturity”.

  • People losing faith in BJD, claims Naidu

    Bhubaneswar: Slamming the BJD government in Odisha, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu today said its performance was dismal and people were in favour of ousting it in view of large scale corruption, industrial slowdown and neglect of the farm sector during its 14-year rule.

  • 157 polling parties leave for booths in Mizoram LS poll

    Aizawl: At least 157 polling parties have left for their respective polling stations to conduct election to the lone Mizoram Lok Sabha seat on Wednesday despite the 72-hour state-wide bandh called by civil societies this morning.

  • Don’t see any wave, anywhere: Pt Chaurasia on LS polls

    Agra: Asking people to vote and choose an honest government this Lok Sabha elections, noted flautist Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia has said that he “did not see any wave, anywhere” in the country.

  • Verma steps up pressure for Sundar Raman’s removal as IPL COO

    New Delhi: Unrecognised Cricket Association of Bihar secretary Aditya Verma today stepped up pressure on BCCI’s interim president for Indian Premier League Sunil Gavaskar to remove Sundar Raman from the post of IPL COO.

  • BJP manifesto release on poll day violation of RPA: Cong

    New Delhi: Charging BJP with violating law by bringing out its manifesto on a day when polling for Lok Sabha polls is underway and seeking votes in the name of religion by mentioning Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Congress today asked the Election Commission to take action against the party.

  • Fighting elections more exciting than Infosys job: AAP’s Bala

    Bangalore: In poll fray on AAP ticket, former Infosys director V Balakrishnan, once in charge of managing over Rs 15,000 crore of Infosys cash, finds fighting elections more exciting than his job at the IT giant.