Free Press Journal
  • SP govt has done more devp work than any govt in UP

    Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav along with his wife and SP candidate Dimple Yadav during an election campaign rally after the latter filed her  nomination papers in Kannauj on Thursday. Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav along with his wife and SP candidate Dimple Yadav during an election campaign rally after the latter filed her nomination papers in

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    SRK is my role model for film marketing: Varun Dhawan

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    Mumbai: Varun Dhawan, who went all out for the publicity of his latest release “Main Tera Hero”, says superstar Shah Rukh Khan is his role model when it comes to film marketing.

  • Jaya Prada flays Mulayam over rape remark

    Agra: Actor-turned-politician Jaya Prada has hit out at Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav for opposing death penalty for rapists.

  • Gut bacteria linked to alcoholic liver disease

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    London: Why is that the severity of alcoholic liver disease (ALD) is not equal in all heavy drinkers? The secret may lie in the the gut flora or what is now known as microbiota, says a study.

  • Fresh FIR against Azam Khan

    Bijnor (UP): Another FIR has been lodged against controversial SP leader Mohd Azam Khan for allegedly making a provocative speech at an election rally in Nehtaur in the district.

  • Cheating case filed against Sriramulu

    Bellary (KTK): A case of cheating involving Rs 2.96 crore has been registered against BJP Bellary candidate B Sriramulu on a complaint by a functionary of his previous party BSR Congress who claimed he was promised a ticket by him to contest the Lok Sabha polls.

  • Gandhis are under siege, says Jaitley

    New Delhi: Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley Monday attacked the Congress, saying the “Gandhis are under siege” and the party appears to be getting “more and more desperate”.

  • In Punjab’s poll heat, cuss words dominate

    Chandigarh:  Alien, liar, feudal, maverick, mercenary, goonda (goon), chor (thief), cunning man, hypocrite and ruthless – these may not be the words that have much to do with politics, but the heat of the Lok Sabha elections in Punjab has made the usage of these words part of the political vocabulary here.

  • Vegetable seller wife pitches in as ex-MLA hubby eyes LS seat

    Hazaribagh:  The fact that she is the wife of a three-time MLA has not deterred Molani Devi from selling vegetables and she is now helping her husband Loknath Mahto to take on sitting MP Yashwant Sinha’s foreign-educated son, Jayant and Congress’ Saurabh N Singh in this Lok Sabha seat.

  • Farmer commits suicide

    Muzaffarnagar: A 40-year-old farmer allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself, police said today.

  • AAP Nalanda candidate ‘roughed up’ during campaign

    Biharsharif: The Aam Admi Party candidate from Nalanda Parliamentary constituency, Pranab Prakash was allegedly roughed up by a group of people and his car attacked during campaigning.

  • Decision not to contest is ‘personal’: Priyanka

    New Delhi: Priyanka Gandhi today trashed reports that she wanted to challenge Narendra Modi for the Lok  Sabha seat from Varanasi and was stopped by the party high command, stating it is a “personal” decision not to contest and that her family would “wholeheartedly support” her if she ever wanted to.

  • Maoist killed in Odisha gun battle

    Bhubaneswar:A Maoist carrying a reward of Rs.1 lakh on his head was killed in a fierce gun battle with police in Odisha’s Koraput district, an official said Monday.

  • Nine killed in Afghanistan attacks

    Kabul: At least nine people were killed and three injured in separate attacks in Afghanistan, an official said Monday.

  • Manmohan Singh ensured he had his way on n-deal

    New Delhi: Otherwise chary of asserting or projecting himself or upstaging the Gandhi family, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh “made sure he had his way” on the India-US civil nuclear deal, says a new book on him that has kicked off a lot of political dust during a heated election campaign.

  • Chartered planes rake in moolah this election season

    New Delhi:  Around 130 air charter service operators across the country are having a “boom time” making “handsome profit” due to extensive use of helicopters and business jets by parties like BJP and Congress for electioneering, dubbed as most expensive in India’s history.