Free Press Journal
  • Not bothered about TMC’s threat: BJP

    Kolkata: With the Trinamool Congress demanding a public apology from Narendra Modi for questioning the sale of a Mamata Banerjee painting, BJP spokesperson Siddharth Nath Singh today said that the party was not bothered as the matter was in the public domain for the last one year.

  • Eight teams for Tegh Bahadur hockey

    Mumbai: Eight teams, including defending champions Air India, are all set to take part in the 10th Guru Tegh Bahadur hockey tournament here next month.

  • Indians make winning start in World TT

    Tokyo: Indian men and women’s teams started their campaign on a winning note by defeating Argentina and Nigeria, respectively in their opening matches of the World Team Table Tennis Championships here today.

  • Madhu Kapur cannot be treated as promoter: Yes Bank board

    New Delhi: Amidst efforts for an out of court settlement to the family feud, Yes Bank has said Madhu Kapur, who holds around 12 per cent stake in the entity, cannot be treated as a promoter.

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    Sharif lauds ISI amid controversy over attack on Hamid Mir

    Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today praised the ISI for “ensuring protection and defence of the country” amid a raging controversy over the recent assassination attempt on senior TV anchor Hamid Mir.

  • Priyanka, Rajnath, Akhilesh hold road shows in UP

    Lucknow: Rajnath Singh, Akhilesh Yadav and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Monday pulled out all stops on the last day of campaigning for the April 30 Lok Sabha elections in Uttar Pradesh.

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    Sonia should lodge case if info in CD on Vadra is false: BJP

    Lucknow:  BJP leader Nitin Gadkari today challenged Sonia Gandhi to lodge a case against the party if she believes that the information given in the CD and booklet on alleged land deals of Robert Vadra is false.

  • Congress questions Modi’s no-show at Golden Temple

    Amritsar: BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi took time out to address five rallies across Punjab Friday but could not spare time to offer prayers at the holiest of Sikh shrines, Harmandar Sahib, the Congress said.

  • Deceased YSR Cong leader still a contestant, clarifies EC

    Hyderabad: The Election Commission Monday clarified that YSR Congress’ Shobha Nagi Reddy, who died in a road accident last week, will still be treated as a candidate in the elections to Andhra Pradesh’s Allagadda assembly constituency and if she gets elected, a bye-election will be held.

  • Adjournment culture must go: CJI

    New Delhi: Expressing concern over the adjournment culture in court proceedings, the Chief Justice of India R M Lodha today said it must go to ensure speedy disposal of cases.

  • Omar Abdullah

    Omar turns the tables on Modi, says exodus was under BJP

    Srinagar: In a scathing rebuttal of Narendra Modi’s charge, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said the exodus of Pandits from Kashmir took place under Jagmohan, who was appointed governor by the central government which was supported by BJP.

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    MH370 underwater search expands: Abbott

    Perth: Finding floating debris of the crashed Malaysian jet is “highly unlikely”, Australian premier Tony Abbott said today as the arduous search for the plane’s wreckage entered a new phase in the Indian Ocean, with intensified underwater hunt expanding to a “much larger” area.

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    No challenge to Cong in Rae Bareli, Amethi: Priyanka Gandhi

    Rae Bareli: Priyanka Gandhi today held a roadshow in the constituency of her mother and Congress President Sonia Gandhi, during which she claimed that there was no challenge for her party in Rae Bareli and Amethi, the constituency of her brother Rahul Gandhi.

  • Teacher admits campaign to install Muslim staff in UK schools

    London:  Amid reports that UK authorities are investigating about 25 state schools in Birmingham for their alleged radical “Islamisation”, a teacher at the centre of the plot has acknowledged the existence of such a campaign to install Muslims in governing roles.

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    DD likely to rope in Tahir as Coulter-Nile’s replacement

    New Delhi: With their spin cupboard almost bare in the ongoing Indian Premier League, Delhi Daredevils in all likelihood will rope in South African leg-spinner Imran Tahir to bolster their slow bowling department after paceman Nathan Coulter-Nile got injured.

  • TDP leaders stay away from campaigning for BJP nominee

    Vijayawada: BJP candidate in Vijaywada West Assembly constituency has alleged that leaders of TDP, which is in alliance with the saffron party, are not cooperating him in campaigning.

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    Farmer suicides, poor development top poll issues in B’khand

    Jhansi: A former chief minister and a Union minister are in the fray in the Lok Sabha battle for Jhansi, regarded as the gateway to the Bundelkhand region where rising cases of farmers’ suicides is a major poll issue despite a Rs 3,500 crore relief package for the area.

  • Jharkhandd CM Babulal Marandi

    EC notice to Marandi for allegedly appealing to pastors

    New Delhi: The Election Commission today issued a show cause notice to former Jharkhand Chief Minister Babulal Marandi for allegedly making a “deemed appeal” to pastors and bishops of various churches in Dumka seeking their support in the Lok Sabha elections.