Free Press Journal
  • rajnath singh

    Sonia made no sacrifice by relinquishing PM post: Rajnath

    Lakhimpur: BJP President Rajnath Singh today said Sonia Gandhi did not make any sacrifice by relinquishing the post of Prime Minister in 2004 as Sanjay Baru’s book had proved that she was the one actually running the government.

  • PM’s brother joins BJP in Amritsar

    Amritsar: In a move likely to embarrass the Congress, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s half-brother, Daljeet Singh Kohli, Friday joined the BJP in the presence of its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.

  • ‘People’s urge to defeat Cong is similar to 1977 situation’

    Hyderabad: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar today said people of this country have decided to defeat Congress and vote NDA to power in the ensuing polls and the urge to do so is akin to that of 1977 when Janata Party defeated Congress after the Emergency.

  • BSP wants quota for Muslims, poor from upper castes: Mayawati

    Gonda: After Congress promising reservation to Muslims hailing from Other Backward Classes (OBC), BSP supremo Mayawati today said that along with Muslims her party wanted to extend benefit of quota to poor from upper castes.

  • Sanjay Baru book

    No one has questioned facts in my book, says Baru

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s former media adviser Sanjaya Baru Friday maintained that “no one has questioned facts” in his controversial new book that portrays the prime minister’s position as being undermined by Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

  • Adopt five “F formula”: Modi to cotton growers

    Bathinda: Narendra Modi today suggested a “five F” formula to the farmers of country’s cotton growing areas which he claimed will ensure remunerative prices for cotton growers and give fillip to apparel export.

  • madhusudan mistry

    Mistry served notice for derogatory remarks

    Vadodara: Election Commission today slapped a notice on Madhusudan Mistry, Congress candidate from Vadodara, for allegedly making derogatory remarks against women.

  • Uphaar tragedy

    Uphaar: order on framing of charges on May 3

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today reserved its order for May 3 on the issue of framing of charges against real estate barons Sushil Ansal, Gopal Ansal and five others, facing prosecution for allegedly tampering with judicial records relating to the case of 1997 Uphaar cinema fire tragedy which killed 59 cine goers.

  • Goa planning to start mining from Oct: Parrikar

    Hyderabad: Post Supreme Court partially lifting iron ore mining ban in the state, the Goa government expects the mineral extraction to start from October and reach 20 million tonnes per annum level in the next 12 months.

  • Modi is communal, should be defeated: Mahesh Bhatt

    Lucknow: Appealing to voters to shun communal forces in Lok Sabha polls, film producer Mahesh Bhatt today said BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi should be defeated as he was a “communal” leader.

  • Mulayam Singh Yadav

    EC warns Mulayam Singh against breaching poll code

    New Delhi: The Election Commission Friday warned Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav against violating the model code of conduct while campaigning for the general election.

  • Delhi Daredevils player Kevin Peterson

    We were lethargic in the first six overs: Pietersen

    Dubai: Delhi Daredevils skipper Kevin Pietersen put up a brave front after his team’s third defeat stating that they are “not far off” from the first win although he complained about the lethargy in the first six overs.

  • Ravichandran Ashwin

    BCCI recommends Ashwin for Arjuna Award

    Mumbai: Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who won the Cricket Board’s Polly Umrigar Trophy best player award in 2012-13 season, has been recommended by the BCCI for the Government’s prestigious Arjuna Award this year.

  • Majithia should be whiplashed for disrespecting Gurbani: Cong

    Jalandhar: Accusing Punjab minster Bikram Singh Majithia of distorting the “Gurbani” while canvassing for BJP candidate from Amritsar Arun Jaitley, the Congress today said he must be whiplashed in public for alleged blasphemy.

  • Mumbai win toss, to bat against Chennai

    Dubai: Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bat against Chennai Super Kings in an Indian Premier League match here today.

  • Pakistan opens fire in Jammu, offers flag meeting

    “Pakistan Army started unprovoked firing at our positions using small arms and automatics at Shahpur area of Poonch sector later offered to hold a flag meeting. 

  • Phone tapping: Former Himachal top cop gets no relief

    Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh High Court Friday refused to grant any interim relief to former director general of police I.D. Bhandari, accused of getting tapped the phones of politicians and government officials during the previous BJP regime.

  • Fans launch animation movie, theme song on Modi

    Ahmedabad: In a bid to canvas for BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, a Gujarat-based fan club launched several merchandise here today, including an animation film and a theme song on Narendra Modi.