Free Press Journal
  • narendra modi on corruption

    Corrupt politicians will be behind bars: Modi

    Hardoi (UP): BJP leader Narendra Modi Monday said here all corrupt leaders in the country would have to face trial if he is voted to power in the general elections.

  • reliance life cover

    Reliance Insurance launches online life cover plan

    Mumbai: Reliance Life Insurance Company, a unit of Anil Ambani-led Reliance Capital, Monday launched an online life cover plan called “Reliance Online Term”.

  • pervez musharraf

    Musharraf moves court to have name stricken off ECL

    Islamabad: Former Pakistan president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has submitted an application in the Sindh High Court seeking to remove his name from the Exit Control List (ECL).

  • MJ`s former bodyguards reveal ‘picked up girls for sex’

    London:  Michael Jackson’s former bodyguards have claimed that they regularly picked up girls for the late singer, breaking the image of the star who was assumed to be gay and even a paedophile.

  • Jaitley hits out at Antony for lack of defence preparedness

    Amritsar: Concerned over the country’s “lack of defence preparedness”, BJP leader Arun Jaitley today said Defence Minister A K Antony’s “failure” to take decisions was “primarily responsible” for it.

  • Will free country of criminals: Modi

    Hardoi (Uttar Pradesh): BJP leader Narendra Modi Monday said that if he comes to power, he will free the country of criminals by sending all offenders to prison.

  • Jaitley questions Amarinder on Tytler clean chit

    New Delhi: Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley Monday questioned Congress leader Amarinder Singh on his clean chit to Jagdish Tytler in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    India does not need govt that makes Hindus fight Muslims:Rahul

    Ramanathapuram (TN):  Making a strong pitch for a “pro-poor, secular government” at the Centre, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today said India does not need a government that “makes Hindus fight Muslims” in an apparent dig at BJP.

  • People empowered only under UPA government: Rahul

    Ramanathapuram (Tamil Nadu): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Monday said it is only the Congress party that had worked for empowerment of the people in the country.

  • Two naxals held in Chhattisgarh

    Raipur:  Two Maoists were arrested during an anti-naxal operation in insurgency-hit Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh today, police said.

  • Dharmendra absence questioned as Hema’s campaign picks up

    Mathura: Going by the hype and glamour, the BJP’s Hema Malini looks a confident winner at the moment from this Lok Sabha constituency, but a closer analysis suggests it won’t be a cakewalk for her.

  • New ‘mobile contact’ system to woo voters in Tamil Nadu

    Madurai:  Evading the eagle eyes of the Election Commission, political parties in Tamil Nadu have come  up with innovative ways to attract voters, the latest being the ‘mobile contact’ system, in which they contact the electorate over cellphones.

  • Many super-rich in fray in Andhra Pradesh

    Hyderabad:  Three leading industrialists, who are in the fray for Lok Sabha elections for the first time in Andhra Pradesh, have family assets of over Rs.500 crore each, overtaking many businessmen-politicians who are seeking re-election.

  • Arun Jaitley

    1984 riots guilty remain unpunished: Jaitley

    Amritsar: Raking up the issue of 1984 riots, BJP leader Arun Jaitley today alleged that those guilty for the “state sponsored” violence still remain unpunished.

  • SP, BSP, Cong responsible for poor plight of UP: Modi

    Hardoi (UP):  Launching a hard-hitting attack on SP, BSP and Congress, Narendra Modi today said the “power game by the clan of three parties” is responsible for the poor plight of UP and the nation even as he ridiculed Rahul Gandhi for visiting homes of the poor like tourists who visit Taj Mahal.

  • 2G: Accused to answer 1,700 questions by May 5

    New Delhi: A CBI court here Monday granted time till May 5 to the accused in the 2G spectrum allocation case to reply over 1,700 questions running into 824 pages.

  • Where have all the flowers gone? Demand peaks in Agra

    Agra: The start of the marriage season, the perennial demand for use in religious purposes, coupled with a high-voltage election campaign has created a shortage of flowers in Agra, and the ones available have seen their rates zoom sky-high.

  • Cong lambasts AINRC govt’s ‘failure’ to project devlt projects

    Puducherry: Puducherry PCC today alleged that the ruling AINRC government has failed to prepare firm programmes for development and its failure to present detailed schemes to the Centre had resulted in a fall in allocation of funds under the annual plan in 2012-2013.