Free Press Journal
  • Sonia attacks Modi for illtreating farmers from Punjab, questions SAD

    Barnala: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday, attacked Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi’s so called Gujarat model of development and snubbed the Shiromani-Akali-Dal (SAD) for being quiet on the ill-treatment  meted out to farmers from Punjab in Gujarat.

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    I’m not going to Varanasi: Priyanka

    “I am not going to Varanasi. I will campaign in Amethi and Rae Bareli only,” Priyanka told reporters in reply to queries.    

  • No Modi wave in country, only Modi slaves: Sibal

    New Delhi: Union Law Minister Kapil Sibal on Saturday questioned the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for being myopic about their prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah, who is a three time murder accused, and added that there is no Modi wave in the country, but only Modi slaves.

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    Rape case: Actor Inder Kumar remanded in custody till Apr 30

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Inder Kumar Saraf, arrested for allegedly raping a 23-year-old model on pretext of getting roles in movies, was today produced before a court which remanded him in police custody for four days.

  • Presiding officer of Odisha polling booth suspended

    Kendrapara (Odisha): Presiding officer of a polling booth in Odisha’s Kendrapara district was suspended and FIR was lodged against four polling agents of ruling BJD and Congress for electoral malpractices during election on April 17, official sources said today.

  • Ranjnath meets N D Tiwari, seeks blessing

    Lucknow: BJP President Rajnath Singh, who is contesting from Lucknow parliamentary constituency, today met veteran Congress leader N D Tiwari and “sought his blessings”.

  • Repoll ordered at four booths in three Maha LS seats on Apr 27

    Mumbai:  The Election Commission has ordered a re-poll at four booths spread across three Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra on April 27 citing non-clearance of votes cast during mock polls, as it had a bearing on the actual numbers reflected in the EVMs.

  • Sindhu and Jwala-Ashwini lose, settle for bronze

    Gimcheon (South Korea): The Indian challenge came to an end on the penultimate day of the $200,000 Badminton Asia Championships as P.V. Sindhu and women’s doubles pair Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa all settled for bronze medals as they lost their semi-finals to Chinese players here Saturday.

  • Cong could consider giving support to Third Front: Khurshid

    Farukkhabad: Congress could consider extending support to the Third Front or taking its help to form the government if necessary after the Lok Sabha elections, Union Minister Salman Khurshid today said.

  • Defence Ministry rudderless, says Jaitley

    New Delhi:  Describing Defence Ministry under AK Antony as “rudderless and without direction”, BJP leader Arun Jaitley today said country’s defence preparedness has severely suffered during UPA regime.

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    Obama lashes North Korea as weak ‘pariah state’

    Seoul:  North Korea is a weak “pariah state” whose heavily militarised border with the South marks “freedom’s frontier”, US President Barack Obama told American troops in Seoul today.

  • Underwater search for MH370 continues

    Canberra/Kuala Lumpur:  As the 14th day of the underwater search for the missing Malaysia Airline flight MH370 began Saturday, 95 percent of the underwater search area has been covered, the Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC) said in Canberra.

  • Nepal passes key bill to deal with rights violations cases

    Kathmandu:  Nepal’s Parliament has passed a bill for setting up commissions to deal with the cases of  human rights violations during the decade-long Maoist insurgency claiming nearly 16,000 lives.

  • Search for Malaysian plane enters 50th day

    Perth:  The hunt for the crashed Malaysian jet today entered its 50th day with a robotic mini-submarine having scoured about 95 per cent of the search area so far with still no sign of any wreckage.