Free Press Journal
  • Voting

    Over half of electors vote in Goa

    Goa Voting
    Panaji: Over half of the electorate voted Saturday in Goa by early afternoon to elect two Lok Sabha members, officials said.

  • Sunny Leone

    Sunny Leone doesn’t regret her past

    Mumbai: Actress Sunny Leone, who is riding high on the success of her latest Bollywood project “Ragini MMS 2”, says she doesn’t look back with regret at her past as an adult film star.

  • Sr. Lawyer Ujjwal Nikam criticises Mulayam for rape remark

    Mumbai: Public prosecutor in the Shakti Mills gangrape case today criticised SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav for his rape remark saying that such statements would provoke criminals to commit serious crimes.

  • Bail plea of Muzaffarnagar riot accused rejected

    Muzaffarnagar: A local court here has rejected the bail plea of an accused in a Muzaffaranagar riots case related to the killing of eight persons, including a woman, in Kutba village.

  • Baalu faces tough contest on home turf Thanjavur

    Thanjavur: Braving all odds including factionalism in the party, former Union minister and DMK leader T R Baalu is struggling to carve out victory from his home turf Thanjavur.

  • Nilekani, Ananth in tight race

    Bangalore: The man who steered a mammoth programme to give a billion Indians an identity card is battling heavy odds in his bid to reinvent himself with his political foray as he faces a high-octane contest for the Bangalore South Lok Sabha seat in the April 17 polls.

  • Moderate voting in Sikkim

    Gangtok:  Moderate voting was seen in Sikkim for the state’s lone Lok Sabha seat Saturday, an official said, adding around 12 percent of the electorate had voted in the first two hours.

  • Poll promises: From helping lovers to promoting vegan diet

    New Delhi: As the world’s biggest election process continues, the number of registered political parties in fray for Lok Sabha polls 2014 has grown to a record number of 1,687 and many of them have made unusual promises like helping lovers to get married and ending ministerial system.

  • It’s like a short commando course for me: Rajyavardhan

    Jaipur:  Olympic silver-medalist shooter Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is enjoying his new avatar as a politico saying it is like a quick commando course and exudes confidence of hitting the bulls eye in a battle of “electoral era of past and future” against Congress veteran C P Joshi.

  • Sonia never let Manmohan work autonomously: Shahid Siddiqui

    New Delhi: Commenting on Prime Minster Manmohan Singh’s former media adviser Sanjay Baru’s memoir, former Member of Parliament (MP) Shahid Siddiqui on Saturday said Baru’s memoir has confirmed that Congress President Sonia Gandhi did not let Dr. Singh work autonomously in the government.

  • 22 pc voting in Assam till 10 AM

    Guwahati: Nearly 22 per cent of the 29,26,762 electorate exercised their franchise peacefully in the first three hours of polling for three Lok Sabha constituencies in Assam today.

  • A third of Tripura votes

    Agartala: A third of the electorate cast their ballot in the first few hours of voting for the second Lok Sabha seat in Left ruled Tripura, an official said.