Free Press Journal
  • Narendra Modi

    BJP will get absolute clear-cut mandate, says Modi

    New Delhi: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Tuesday termed as “irrelevant” the speculation that the party may have to rely on support of other key regional parties like the Trinamool Congress or the BSP that may refuse to back him as prime minister.

  • Narendra Modi

    Not surprised when row over marriage started: Modi

    New Delhi: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Tuesday said he was not “surprised” when his political opponents started highlighting his marital status, and dismissed that there was anything to discuss about his personal life.

  • Modi rules out taking support from NCP, RJD

    Agriculture minister Sharad Pawar, had met Modi but dismissed the political speculation, saying he keeps on meeting chief ministers of other states too.

  • Tata Elxsi net zooms 239 percent in fiscal 2013-14

    Bangalore: Leading IT products and solutions firm Tata Elxsi reported net profit of Rs.71.3 crore for the fiscal 2013-14, registering a whopping 239 percent increase year-on-year (YoY) from Rs.21.3 crore in the last fiscal.

  • Virbhadra Singh

    Modi not a remedy for all ills: Himachal CM

    Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Tuesday said the way BJP was projecting its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, it appeared that the party was considering him as a “remedy to cure all ills”.

  • ‘Partition was not best solution, led to Indo-Pak confrontation’

    Sonipat (Haryana): Partition was not necessarily the best solution for India and Pakistan as it only led to confrontation between the two neighbours that led to wars with disastrous consequences for development and democracy. This was among the views expressed at a day-long India-Pakistan youth dialogue here.

  • Modi can take India to the next level: Kiran Bedi

    Kolkata: India’s first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi Tuesday batted for BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, saying he could take India to the “next level” as prime minister.

  • Missing Malaysian jet may have landed and not ended in ocean?

    Kuala Lumpur: The probe into the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian jet is now looking at the possibility that the plane may have landed somewhere as no debris has been found so far, a media report has said.

  • Scientists teach monkeys to do math

    London: Researchers have taught three rhesus monkeys to do simple addition using the numbers 1 through 25, a feat which provides the best evidence yet that the primates can perform basic arithmetic.

  • BJP dodges questions over ‘big fish’ in mining scam

    Panaji: The Goa BJP Tuesday dodged questions over the Manohar Parrikar government’s reluctance to arrest the “big fish” in connection with the Rs.35,000 crore illegal mining scam in the state.

  • Government intended to punish Sikhs, reveals Cobrapost

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police succumbed to anti-Sikh sentiments in 1984, thus abetting rioting and arson, a sting operation by news portal Cobrapost revealed Tuesday. The expose triggered a political row.

  • UPA III will give houses, medical facilities to poor: Rahul

    Durg (Chhattisgarh): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Tuesday promised the poor living in Chhattisgarh that UPA III would provide them free housing and medical facilities if it returns to power.

  • CAG seeks pending information on KG-D6 block

    New Delhi: With Oil Ministry not responding to its requests for information on Reliance Industries’ KG-D6 block, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has written a curt letter to it, reminding of the requisitions pending for months.

  • Government committed contempt over order on black money: SC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Tuesday pulled up the government for doing nothing to comply with its July 2011 order directing it to disclose the names of Indians who have stashed away money in foreign banks. located in Liechtenstein.

  • Karuna seems to doubts EC’s neutrality

    Chennai: DMK President M Karunanidhi today appeared to doubt the Election Commission’s neutrality, asking if the poll body was ‘pretending’ to be so in enforcing the model code of conduct.

  • beni prasad verma

    BJP seeks EC action against Sibal, Beni

    New Delhi: Accusing Union Ministers Beni Prasad Verma and Kapil Sibal of vitiating the election campaign, BJP today approached the Election Commission seeking strong action against them for making “baseless” allegations against its leaders.