Free Press Journal
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    Cong spreading canards about BJP: Modi

    Nandurbar (Maha): Narendra Modi today accused the Congress of spreading “canards” that the BJP would impose the Uniform Civil Code and take away the rights of the adivasis, if it is voted to power.

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    Muslims matter in this phase of Bihar polls

    Patna: Bihar’s seven parliamentary constituencies that vote Thursday have a sizable Muslim population whom candidates are earnestly wooing.

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    Jaitley flays Amarinder on Tytler, tax issue

    Amritsar: Taking a swipe at Amarinder Singh’s royal background, BJP leader Arun Jaitley today said the politics of the Congress leader reflects his “feudal mindset” as he has been caught “lying with a straight face” on the property tax and Jagdish Tytler issue.

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    SC asks Mudgal Committee whether it will probe Srini, others

    New Delhi:  The Supreme Court today asked the Justice Mudgal Committee whether it will be willing to conduct further probe against N Srinivasan and 12 others including some prominent cricketers in the IPL spot fixing and betting scandal.

  • High political stakes for two Jharkhand ex-CMs

    Ranchi: The third phase of Jharkhand polls is crucial for the political survival of two former chief ministers, Shibu Soren and Babulal Marandi, who head two key regional parties of the state.

  • BJP hits back at Omar for his dig

    New Delhi:  BJP today hit back at Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for his dig at the party, saying he should concentrate on providing good governance in his state where even elected representatives are not “safe”.

  • Babul Supriyo surrenders and gets bail

    Asansol (WB):  BJP candidate and popular singer Babul Supriyo today surrendered before a local court  and obtained bail in connection with a criminal case for  blockade of National Highway 60 allegedly by him along with party workers on April 12.

  • Three absconding riots accused arrested, one surrenders

    Muzaffarnagar:  Three absconding accused have been arrested while another surrendered in a court in connection with different Muzaffaranagar riot-related cases, police said today.

  • Its ‘Kadva’ versus ‘Koli’ on Rajkot LS seat in Gujarat

    Rajkot (Guj): Riding on the ‘Modi wave’ in Rajkot Lok Sabha seat of Gujarat, the BJP has dared to gamble once again by giving ticket to Kadva Patel community candidate Mohan Kundaria against strong Koli community leader and present Congress MP Kunwarji Bavaliya.

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    UPA will hold together even in defeat: Pawar

    Mumbai: Voicing confidence about UPA III returning to power after Lok Sabha elections, NCP chief Sharad Pawar has said it will hold together even in defeat and Congress will revive after the setback.

  • Michelle Obama taking TV by storm this spring

    Washington: Michelle Obama is set to appear on Disney sitcom ‘Jessie’ on May 16; she’ll also appear on ABC’s ‘Nashville’ next month and the finale of NBC’s ‘Parks and Recreation’ on April 24.

  • Will duly follow party’s directives: Giriraj Singh

    Patna: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Giriraj Singh on Tuesday said that he would follow the directives he receives from the party over his hate speech, following which the Election Commission had ordered an FIR against him.

  • I wonder if a govt. exists in Gujarat: Meem Afzal

    New Delhi: Commenting on the hate speech delivered by Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Praveen Togadia, Congress leader Meem Afzal on Tuesday termed the latter’s recent provocation as ‘dangerous’, and wondered whether Gujarat has a government or not.

  • ‘Government did not allow police to act during 1984 riots’

    New Delhi:  The government did not allow the Delhi Police to act during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, while creating an impression that the force was not performing its duties, a sting operation by a news portal has revealed.

  • 2G: Court dismisses plea of accused on draft questionnaire

    New Delhi:  A Delhi court has dismissed a plea of a private firm executive, facing trial in the 2G spectrum allocation case, that long and common questions have been put to each accused even though they were not relevant to them.

  • BJP blocks its website access in Pak, its PM candidate’s is on

    Islamabad: People in Pakistan cannot access the BJP website as the saffron party has blocked its Internet page though its high-profile Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s portal can be accessed for those who want to know about him.