Free Press Journal
  • Kejriwal to meet his attackers

    New Delhi: AAP leader and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal will Wednesday meet two of his attackers who slapped and punched him during campaigning for the Lok Sabha election here, party officials said.

  • Kerala to vote tomorrow

    Thiruvananthapuram: After a politically intensive campaign, Kerala is all set to vote for electing its 20 members to Lok Sabha tomorrow, where the principal fight is between Congress-led UDF and Opposition LDF with BJP turning the battle into a three-horse race in a couple of seats.

  • 16 malfunctioning EVMs replaced during polling in Arunachal

    Itanagar: As many as 16 Electronic Voting Machines were today replaced after they developed technical snags during voting for the two Lok Sabha seats and 49 out of 60 Assembly seats in Arunachal Pradesh, the EC said today.

  • Dejected rape victim takes poison at Akhilesh’s rally

    Lucknow:  A rape victim, tormented because her attackers have not been arrested days after she lodged a police complaint, consumed poison at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s Tuesday election rally venue.

  • Chari claims some Cong MPs sought RSS support in 2009 polls

    New Delhi:  BJP’s National Executive member Seshadri Chari today claimed that some Congress MPs had sought RSS support to win Lok Sabha election in 2009, a remarkdismissed by Congress, which dared him to name them.

  • Bastar to vote in shadow of terror

    Jagdalpur :  Over 1.29 million voters of Chhattisgarh’s Bastar Lok Sabha constituency, one of India’s worst insurgency-hit regions, are set to exercise their franchise Thursday in the shadow of terror and guerrillas’ poll boycott.

  • Case against Jaya Prada for violating poll code

    Muzaffarnagar:  A case has been registered against Rashtriya Lok Dal candidate Jaya Prada and party’s district president Ajit Rathi for violation of Model Code of Conduct here, police said today.

  • Modi begins road-show before filing of nomination in Vadodara

    Vadodara: Thousands of BJP workers and supporters thronged the city streets today to catch a glimpse of the party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, who began his road show here before going to the collectorate to file nomination papers for the Lok Sabha polls.

  • Meghalaya witnesses 10 pc voting

    Shillong: Meghalaya witnessed ten per cent of the voters exercising their franchise till 9 AM for the two Lok Sabha constituencies where polling began this morning.

  • Eleven percent voters cast ballot till 10 AM in Arunachal

    Itanagar:  An estimated eleven per cent electorate cast their votes till 10 AM for the two Lok Sabha seats and 49 out of 60 Assembly seats in Arunachal Pradesh, polling for which began this morning.

  • Japan kills 251 minke whales in final Antarctic hunt

    Tokyo: Japan killed 251 minke whales during the 2014 Antarctic hunt, in what is expected to be the last “research whaling” mission in the Southern Ocean after an international court ruling.

  • Graphic pics on tobacco packs save lives: WHO

    Washington: A new WHO reports says that large, graphic health warnings on tobacco packets in China would increase awareness about the harms of smoking, help to cut smoking rates, and in doing so save lives.

  • Will 2G tainted A Raja gets second term in Nilgiris?

    Nilgiris (TN): The multi-crore 2G scam seems to be a non-issue for the electorate in Nilgiri (SC) Lok Sabha constituency, where the scam tainted former Telecom Minister DMK’s A Raja is bidding for a second term.

  • Arunachal voters flocking to booths despite inclement weather

    Itanagar:  Arunachal Pradesh wore a festive look today with enthusiastic youth and women voters flocking polling booths since early morning to cast their votes for the simultaneous Lok Sabha and Assembly polls.

  • Flight MH370: Search teams receive signals again

    Perth:  Search teams hunting for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have heard the signals again that could be consistent with those emitted by aircraft “black box”, even as investigators were racing against time to locate the flight data recorders before its beacons fall silent.