Free Press Journal
  • Delhi Metro

    Minor fire outside Delhi Metro station

    New Delhi: A minor fire broke out Saturday outside the busy Rajiv Chowk Metro station, which affected train services for a few minutes, fire officials said.

  • Illegal mining: SOI team begins survey on AP-Ktk border

    Bellary (KTK): A Survey of India team assisted by officials of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka today began work on the survey of the border between the two states in Bellary district in the wake of illegal iron ore mining.

  • narendra modi

    Refusal to weat skull cap is Modi’s signal to Hindutva

    New Delhi: BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi is sending an “unmistakable signal” of his “bias and bigotry” against Muslims to the nation by consistently refusing to wear a skull cap, Congress charged today.

  • Don’t act like sole conscience-keeper of Kashmiris, Mirwaiz

    Srinagar: In a hard-hitting statement, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, chairman of the moderate Hurriyat group Saturday, warned senior separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani not to try and act as the conscience keeper of Kashmiris or as the godfather of the separatist movement.

  • Mamata asks what SEBI was doing; attacks Chidambaram

    Malda (WB): With Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi targeting her government for inaction on the Saradha ponzi scam, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today questioned what SEBI was doing and also targeted Union Finance Minister P Chidamabaram.

  • AP: Five YSRCP workers injured as firecrackers catch fire

    Hyderabad: Five workers of the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) were injured when firecrackers being transported in their mini van burst after they accidentally caught fire in Prakasam district today, police said.

  • By concealing wife’s name Modi has committed criminal act

    Jhansi: Union minister and Congress nominee from Jhansi Pradeep Jain Aditya today alleged that by concealing the name of his wife BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has committed “a criminal act”.

  • People want to know about RSVP model, Modi taunts Congress

    Katihar (Bihar): Under attack from Congress over his Gujarat model of development, Narendra Modi Saturday hit back saying the country wants to know about “RSVP (Rahul, Sonia, Vadra, Priyanka) model” from Congess leaders.

  • US Democrats return Chatwal’s illegal campaign funds

    New York: Several top Democratic leaders in the US are returning the funds collected by Indian-American hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal in the wake of his guilty plea to federal prosecutors for making thousands of dollars in illegal donations to political campaigns through “straw donors”.

  • glenn maxwell

    Millionaire Maxwell promises better returns this IPL

    New Delhi: He couldn’t quite live upto the million-dollar price tag in the IPL last season but after a spectacular debut for Kings XI Punjab this year, Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell says the “relaxed atmosphere” in his new team will help him be a consistent performer.

  • anand sharma

    Sharma accuses BJP of political plagiarism

    Mumbai: Congress leader and Union Commerce Minister Anand Sharma today alleged that BJP was indulging in “political plagiarism”.

  • Don’t politicise armed forces: Cong retorts on army chief appt

    New Delhi: Congress today reacted sharply to BJP’s suggestion to postpone the decision on appointment of the next Army Chief till the elections are over, saying the opposition party should not politicise the armed forces.

  • Hamid Mir Pakistani Journalist

    Senior Pakistani journalist injured in attack

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s Geo News’ senior anchorperson Hamid Mir who was injured in an attack by gunmen in Karachi Saturday, is now reported to have regained consciousness and is out of danger, a media report said.

  • Eunuch candidate files nomination from Varanasi

    Varanasi : Kamla Kinnar became the first eunuch to enter the poll fray from Modi’s constituency of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, after the country’s apex court recognised ‘transgender’ as a third gender.

  • Awaiting report on Ajit Pawar’s alleged threat: EC

    Hyderabad: The Election Commission Saturday said it was looking into reports that Maharshtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar threatened voters in Baramati Lok Sabha constituency.

  • Mayawati

    Mayawati woos Muslims

    “If the Muslim electorate really want to keep communal forces out of the power, they must vote unitedly in favour of the BSP candidates,” Mayawati said.