Free Press Journal
  • Cong, NGOs running one-point programme to stop me: Modi

    Narendra Modi today accused Congress of joining hands with NGOs to run a one-point programme to stop him from coming to power but said they will fail due to the “hurricane” of support for BJP.

  • Mamata attacks CPI(M), Budhadeb over Saradha scam

    Tarekeswar (WB): Mamata Banerjee today questioned the source of “thousands of crores that came into CPI(M)’s coffers” during its regime and attacked her predecessor Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on the Saradha chit fund scam, which defrauded lakhs of people.

  • Quota for Muslims triggers storm

    New Delhi: A Congress promise of reservation for backward Muslims today kicked up a row with BJP calling it a “last desperate” act on its part to get some votes, a charge rejected outright by Congress which said it has not come out with any supplementary manifesto.

  • Narendra modi

    LS polls will be the worst defeat in Congress’ history: Modi

    Pathankot, (Punjab): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Friday claimed there would be no state in the country where the Congress would be able to get even ten seats, adding that this is going to be the worst defeat in the history of the ruling party.

  • Swamy Agnivesh

    Swami Agnivesh: BJP should expel Giriraj Singh

    “I have welcomed Modi’s decision to distance himself from the hate comments made by leaders like Giriraj Singh, Praveen Togadia and Ramdas Kadam. 

  • Manohar Parrikar

    Wearing different hats as politician,CM: Parrikar

    Panaji: Goa former chief minister Digambar Kamat with other mining bigwigs is “directly involved” in multi-crore illegal mining scam in the state, according to politician Manohar Parrikar.

  • Fire engulfs 500 hutments in Delhi, eight injured

    New Delhi: At least eight people were injured when a slum cluster of close to 500 hutments went up in flames in Vasant Kunj area here Friday, an official said.

  • Nancy Powell

    India polls will set new stage for Indo-US ties: Powell

    New Delhi: The US today said the ongoing elections in India will set the stage for the next phase in Indo-US ties and rejected the views that the bilateral relationship “has fallen into the doldrums”.

  • Gold rises for fourth day on increased buying, global cues

    New Delhi: Continued its rising streak for the fourth straight session, gold prices today moved up by another Rs 90 to Rs 30,680 per ten gram on increased buying by stockists for the ongoing marriage season amid a firming global trend.

  • United India eyes Rs 11,000 cr premium in 2014-15

    Chennai: State-run United India Insurance Company has set a target of reaching Rs 11,000 crore premium during the current financial year, a top official said today.

  • SRH win toss, elect to bat against DD

    Dubai: Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Shikhar Dhawan today won the toss and elected to bat against Delhi Daredevils in their IPL match here today.

  • ECI relaxes Model Code of Conduct in Nagaland

    Kohima: Following the completion of the voting for the lone Lok Sabha seat in Nagaland, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has relaxed the Model Code of Conduct for the state.

  • Football’s growth in northeast is crucial in India: Larsing

    New Delhi: He has teamed up with actor John Abraham to bag the Guwahati franchise in the Indian Super League and Larsing Ming Sawyan says it is of paramount importance to take football in the northeast to next level for overall development of the sport in the country.

  • We need not make violence sexy: Mallika Sarabhai

    New Delhi: Violence in the mainstream cinema is depicted in such a manner that it looks sexy to children, so does the misrepresentation of “macho” heroism, said social activist and noted dancer Mallika Sarabhai.