Free Press Journal
  • Rahul Gandhi targets Modi’s personal life

    Jammu:  Targeting BJP’s prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi’s personal life, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Friday said Modi not once mentioned his wife’s name in the past.

  • Rahul rakes up Modi marriage issue to attack him

    Doda (J-K): Rahul Gandhi today raked up the issue of Narendra Modi’s marriage to attack BJP, saying while the party made claims of ensuring safety of women, it took several elections for its Prime Ministerial candidate to mention the name of his wife in the poll affidavit.

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    Cong falls on Vajpayee to pour scorn on Modi

    New Delhi:  In the midst of the poll heat, Congress has heaped praise on A B Vajpayee to attack Narendra Modi, asking how can a person whom the tallest leader of BJP “wanted removed” as CM in the wake of Gujarat riots be the party’s PM candidate.

  • Guj riots: SC refuses plea questioning SIT clean chit to Modi

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea questioning the clean chit given to Narendra Modi by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) in its probe in connection with the 2002 Gujarat riots.

  • Modi accuses Odisha government of black magic, unemployment

    Balasore (Odisha): BJP’s prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi Friday attacked the Odisha government and said it has only performed “black magic” and stolen the state’s coal and employment opportunities.

  • Cong falls on Vajpayee to pour scorn on Modi

    New Delhi :  In the midst of the poll heat, Congress has heaped praise on A B Vajpayee to attack Narendra Modi, asking how can a person whom the tallest leader of BJP “wanted removed” as CM in the wake of Gujarat riots be the party’s PM candidate.

  • Opposition takes strong exception to Mulayam’s save rapists comment

    Amethi/ New Delhi/ Mathura: Opposition parties like the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Friday took strong exception to comments made by Samajwadi Party chief  Mulayam Singh on amending laws for rapists.

  • Searchers confident signals are from missing jet: Aus PM

    Perth: Searchers hunting for the missing Malaysian jet are “confident” about the position of the  aircraft’s black box to within “some kilometres” and the signals detected recently emanated from it, the Australian Prime Minister said today.

  • 7 VVPAT machines develop snag during Mizoram polls

    Aizawl: Altogether seven VVPAT machines developed technical snag during polling for the lone Lok Sabha seat in Mizoram today, election office sources said here.

  • Polls over, long wait for candidates, voters

    Thiruvananthapuram: Now that elections for the 20 Lok Sabha seats in Kerala are over, an unusually long interlude of intense anxiety and suspense awaits both the candidates and voters as the results are known only on May 16.

  • Sonaram’s motorcade attacked

    Barmer: The motorcade of Barmer BJP candidate Sonaram was attacked when he was campaigning in Shiv area in the district, with party members alleging that supporters of expelled leader Jaswant Singh were behind it.

  • 87.05 per cent polling recorded in Lakshadweep

    Kavaratti:  Lakshadweep Lok Sabha constituency recorded 87.05 per cent polling for the lone seat in the polls held yesterday in the Union Territory, where Congress sitting MP Hamdullah Sayeed is trying his luck for the second time.

  • Khurshid refuses to comment on Modi’s marital status

    Farrukhabad (Uttar Pradesh): External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Friday refused to comment on Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s marital status.