Free Press Journal
  • Mamta Banerjee

    Now explosives found near rally venue, Mamata its murder conspiracy

    Kolkata: A day after she had a narrow escape from a fire, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Friday alleged a concerted effort to eliminate her, even as explosives were recovered a few kilometres away from her rally venue.

  • kapil sibal

    Congress attacks Modi over ‘black money’ in Gujarat

    New Delhi: The Congress Friday attacked BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi over the “illicit liquor trade” in Gujarat, saying it was one of the prime sources of black money.

  • Modi open to pan-India retail tax, pushes for jobs, infrastructure

    New Delhi: A pan-India goods and services tax with the support of state governments, a push for infrastructure and privatisation of state units without politics are among the assurances of BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi if voted to power.

  • P-Notes investment at 3-yr high

    New Delhi : Investments into Indian shares through participatory notes (P-Notes), a preferred route for HNIs and hedge funds from abroad, surged to the highest level in nearly three years at Rs 2.07 lakh crore (over USD 34 billion) in March.

  • PMO GIVES ITS BOSS THE BEST GRADES

    Cites data to claim Manmohan’s decade was the best since independence, also he delivered an average of one public speech every three days. Only he was not  ‘newsworthy’

  • Hailstorm in Seoni; Rain likely all over State today

    BHOPAL: Gwalior, Jabalpur, Sagar, Bhopal and Chambal divisions of the State experienced rain on Friday. Seoni recorded 5cm rain coupled with hailstorm while Bhopal recorded 4.5mm rain in the last 24 hours.

  • Vyapam officials stumble upon another PMT racket

    BHOPAL: Vyapam officials, looking into PMT- 2012 record for fraud in admissions and cancellation of eligibility of 164 candidates as per the list given by the STF, have encountered astonishing nexus of scorers, candidates and board’s officials.

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad

    IT’S THE BIGGEST JOKE, SAYS BJP

    New Delhi :  The BJP on Friday dismissed Law Minister Kapil Sibal’s charge of black money against Narendra Modi as the “biggest joke,” challenging him to disclose what the UPA government did in the last 10 years to get back money illegally stashed abroad.

  • Azam hits out at EC, will move apex court

    New Delhi :  Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan is miffed with the Election Commission for revoking the electioneering ban on BJP general secretary Amit Shah but not on him for the hate speeches both had made.

  • Kapil Sibal

    Now, Sibal targets Modi’s “black mind”

    New Delhi :  The Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi told chartered accountants a few months ago that…” the currency is not black, black money is the outcome of black minds.”

  • Ruckus at Bhushan’s press meet as man snatches off his cap

    Indore: Ruckus prevailed at a press conference of Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP) leader Prashant Bhushan here on Friday as a member of saffron outfit snatched off his cap in protest against his controversial statement on the Kashmir issue.

  • 1st Earth-sized planet that could support life

    Washington :  Scientists have for the first time discovered an Earth-sized planet that may have liquid water and right conditions for life. Designated Kepler-186f, the planet is 490 light-years away. But in the search for worlds similar to ours, nothing has come closer.

  • 13 die in worst ever accident on Mt. Everest

    Kathmandu : A massive avalanche struck the slopes of Mount Everest along a route used to ascend the world’s highest peak, killing at least a dozen Nepalese guides and leaving three more missing, officials said.

  • Don’t slap Kejriwal: Parrikar to people

    Indore: At a function here, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar appealed people not to slap AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal. “ He does things to be in news.Just let him do what he is doing, don’t slap him rather ignore him,” said Parrikar said.

  • Ec notice to Mulayam

    New Delhi :  The Election Commission on Friday served a show-cause notice on Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav for announcing that he will make contractual teachers in government schools permanent and asking them to vote for his party.

  • Support for Modi, not for BJP: Raj

    Mumbai: An aggressive and intimidating Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray has said that he only wants to see Narendra Modi as the prime minister and he does not need to join the NDA for that.

  • ‘ BJP worked for weaker section’

    Indore: BJP has carried out various developmental works and also contributed immensely in the rise of economical and social status of weaker sections of the society, especially farmers. The Congress- led Union Government made only big statements but never did anything on the ground. The State Government worked hard and left no stone unturned in making policies beneficial for people.

  • BJP yields, claims pact with TDP on

    Hyderabad: The stalemate over the alliance between the TDP and the BJP ended on Friday evening with the latter agreeing to part with the Ichchapuram Assembly seat and settle for 13 seats in all, across Andhra Pradesh.

  • Modi reaches out to Mamata

    Kolkata: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has expressed the hope that if he comes to power at the Centre, he would get cooperation of the Mamata Banerjee government in creating a conducive atmosphere for industrialisation in West Bengal, including resolving the Singur problem.