Free Press Journal
  • Arun jaitley

    Charity begins at home: Jaitley on Priyanka remarks

    “I wish her political friends should also realise this. If they had realised it, her brother would not have made Modi’s so-called child marriage into a public issue,” Jaitley said.

  • bharatnirman advertisement

    SC forms panel over government advertisements

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday constituted a three-member committee to frame guidelines to regulate issuance of advertisements by the government and its departments with an obvious political message.

  • 38 in fray for Himachal’s four Lok Sabha seats

    Shimla: A total of 38 candidates willbe in the fray for four Lok Sabha seats from Himachal Pradesh as the last day of withdrawal of nomination ended Wednesday.

  • narendra dhabolkar

    CBI considering taking over Dabholkar murder case

    Mumbai: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today informed the Bombay High Court that it was considering taking over the probe into the murder of anti-superstition activist Narendra Dabholkar.

  • FIPB fails to take HDFC Bank’s proposal to raise FDI limit

    New Delhi: The FIPB today did not take up HDFC Bank’s proposal seeking permission to raise foreign shareholding limit in the bank for want of comments from the industry department and the Reserve Bank of India.

  • CCI rules out abuse of dominance charges against TDI Infra

    New Delhi: Competition watchdog CCI has dismissed a complaint of unfair business practices against realty firm TDI Infrastructure with respect to TDI Fun Republic Mall in the National Capital.

  • Court denies bail to two suspected LeT operatives

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today dismissed the bail pleas of two suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) operatives, arrested in connection with a case of planning to carry out terror attacks here, while granting time to Delhi Police to conclude its probe against the accused by May 7.

  • All polling stations in Anantnag declared hyper-sensitive

    Anantnag: All 1,615 polling stations in Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency in Jammu and Kashmir have been declared “hyper-sensitive” following terror strikes Monday in which three people were killed, officials here said Wednesday.

  • UPA has to pay price for things not done, says Farooq

    Srinagar: Union minister and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah Wednesday said the UPA will have to pay the price for things it should have done but did not do.

  • Mayawati

    Country will go to hands of communal forces if Modi is PM

    “If you all want to see ‘Dalit ki beti’ as the prime minister you all should vote for BSP so that it could emerge as ‘balance of power’ at the Centre after polls,” she said.    

  • Cong demands votes cast in 1000 booths declared null & void

    Kohima: Congress today alleged that massive proxy voting marred the April 9 Lok Sabha polls in Nagaland and asked the state Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) to declare votes cast in over 1000 polling stations as null and void.

  • Modi to file nomination tomorrow

    Varanasi: BJP is making hectic preparations ahead of tomorrow’s nomination by Narendra Modi, who will undertake a “grand road show” before filing his papers for the mega battle in this holy city where he is challenged by AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal and others.

  • Congress confused about its campaign: BJP

    New Delhi: The BJP Wednesday said the Congress leadership was confused about its election campaign and is launching personal attacks against BJP leaders, but crying foul over similar attacks against Congress politicians.

  • Akalis will not support Jaitley in working for Amritsar: AAP

    Amritsar: Accusing SAD of working against former BJP MP from Amritsar Navjot Singh Sidhu, AAP today said if the Akalis did not support a Punjabi, how could they be expected to support Jaitley, who is a non-Sikh and not from the city.

  • yasin bhatkal

    9/11 WTC attack gave confidence to form IM: Yasin Bhatkal

    New Delhi: The 9/11 twin tower attack in New York gave “confidence” to Yasin Bhatkal to establish dreaded terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM) and such was his ‘Jihadi’ mindset that he was in the process of procuring nuclear warheads from Pakistan to strike at Surat in Gujarat.

  • Cash-starved SAI lowers medal expectations for CWG

    New Delhi: Faced with a severe fund crunch and no immediate government help in sight due to ongoing general election, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has scaled down its medals target for the Commonwealth Games this year.

  • Communal comments reflect party’s mindset: Jaitley

    New Delhi: BJP leader Arun Jaitley Wednesday launched a veiled attack on AAP leader Shazia Ilmi for her reported communal speech, saying such comments reflect the party’s mindset.