Free Press Journal
  • Rahul launches all-out attacks on Modi, Mamata

    Nagaon (Assam)/Malda/Baharampur (West Bengal): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Saturday took on BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for his divisive agenda and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on corruption during a whirlwind election tour to Assam and West Bengal.

  • 40 children fall ill after eating ice-cream in Bihar village

    Patna: As many as 40 children fell ill Saturday after eating ice-cream in a village in Bihar’s Supaul district, officials said. Around half a dozen were admitted to hospital as their condition worsened while the others were discharged after initial treatment.

  • 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.

  • BJP’s charges of corruption against Congress false: Sonia

    Amethi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi Saturday slammed the BJP, saying that its “false propaganda” on corruption charges against the UPA government was nothing but an attempt to cover up cases of corruption in states ruled by it.

  • A ‘RSVP’ MODEL FOR MR GANDHI

    Retorting to Rahul’s toffee model jibe, Modi says ‘Rahul, Sonia, Vadra and Priyanka’ model helps in multiplying earnings from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 400 crore

  • Day temp drops by 4° C; below normal in State

    BHOPAL: Unexpectedly, there was sharp drop of 4° C in day temperature in the city on Saturday, providing much needed relief from the scorching heat. However, through out the day, it was sunny and scorching but by the evening, it turned pleasant.

  • BJP to face Shiva’s fury: Raj Babbar

    Indore: Targeting BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, senior Congress leader and Bollywood yesteryear star Raj Babbar has said he doesn’t even like to take his ( Modi’s) name.

  • …for prince, it’s a clash of ideas

    New Delhi :  Describing the current Lok Sabha elections as not a clash of personalities but a clash between two ideas of India, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday accused the BJP opposing the Congress idea of liberty and dignity to every countryman that is inclusive and strives for harmony.

  • Congress, a ‘ ran- chhod party: Ananth

    Indore: “ Congress has become a party of Ran- Chhod ( one who leaves battlefield) and its leaders are not contesting elections fearing defeat,” said Ananth Kumar, general secretary of the BJP and incharge of Madhya Pradesh during a press conference here on Saturday.

  • RAHUL TO JOIN THE TWEET WAR

    Mumbai : If late mushrooming is the right word, then it aptly fits the Congress party, which has woken up a tad late to counter Narendra Modi and the party’s social media campaigning. No surprises this late latif party’s vice president, Rahul Gandhi will now join twitter, said All India Congress Committee’s spokesperson Sanjay Jha in Mumbai.

  • 6 million voters’ names deleted!

    Mumbai :  In a shocking revelation that could impact election results, the names of nearly six million voters have been deleted or diverted across Maharashtra.

  • BJP govt always worked for rural devpt: Mahajan

    Indore: Sitting MP from Indore Sumitra Mahajan visited areas like Bhangarh, Kailodahala, Talawali Chanda, Lasudiya Mori, Nipania, Kanadia, Burnakhedi and other places and addressed people reminding them of bad governance of the Congress regime in the state when there’s no electricity, road, water.

  • Syed Ali Shah Geelani

    Geelani stumps BJP with K-spin

    New Delhi :  A day after Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani claimed that Narendra Modi had sent emissaries to meet him on the Kashmir issue, the BJP dismissed it and demanded his apology.

  • Modi divides Bollywood?

    Mumbai :  Days after a section of Bollywood artistes appealed to people to vote for a secular candidate, some others, including actor Vivek Oberoi and director Madhur Bhandarkar,  came out in support of BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Saturday.

  • Hounded, threatened and now shot!

    Karachi :  Senior Pakistani TV journalist Hamid Mir, who faced threats from multiple quarters here including the Taliban, was shot at in Karachi on Saturday by four unidentified gunmen near a bridge on way to his office.

  • Stray dog attacks 95- yr- old woman

    Indore: A stray dog attacked an elderly woman in Patnipura area, on Friday. The woman suffered injuries on her head and right eye and was taken to M Hospital.As per information, Harbai ( 95), a resident of Patnipura, was attacked by a stray dog while she was sleeping outside her house. Her family members said that she was sleeping near the main door when she was attacked.

  • Sonia, Modi in Maha today

    Mumbai: UPA chairperson and Congress president Sonia Gandhi will be addressing three rallies in the state on Sunday, where the third and the last phase of polling will be held on April 24. Sonia will address a rally in support of veteran Congressman Manikrao Gavit who is seeking a record tenth term from tribal-dominated Nandurbar.