Free Press Journal
  • Priyanka Gandhi to campaign in Amethi tomorrow

    Amethi: Congress star campaigner Priyanka Gandhi will start a two-day campaign in Amethi tomorrow from where her brother and Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi is contesting.

  • Akram sees KKR in final four in IPL-7

    New Delhi: Encouraged by the presence of many “team players”, Kolkata Knight Riders bowling coach Wasim Akram has expressed confidence that his side will make it to the final four in the IPL as they have a “good enough” bowling attack.

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    Akhilesh defends Vadra, calls Modi a ‘Model of Dividing India’

    Barabanki: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today appeared to be defending Priyanka Gandhi’s husband Robert Vadra, accusing BJP of blowing the issue of land deals out of proportion and attacked Narendra Modi saying his name meant “Model of Dividing India”.

  • Former pacer Nazir to file petition against Moin on ICL dues

    Karachi: Former Pakistan seamer Shahid Nazir has decided to file a petition against former captain and current chief selector of the national team Moin Khan pertaining to outstanding payments of players who participated in the now-defunct Indian Cricket League (ICL).

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    Rahul ignorant about Gujarat: Modi

    Kheralu (Guj): Dubbing Rahul Gandhi as a “specimen”, Narendra Modi today lampooned the Congress Vice President for his “little knowledge” on Gujarat and the facts laid out in his speeches about vast job vacancies and the institution of the Lokayukta in the state.

  • Vijay aims for consistency in IPL-7

    Sharjah:  Stylish opening batsman Murali  Vijay is slowly finding his feet in the colours of his new IPL team Delhi Daredevils and he says he wants to be consistent and finish off more games.

  • KKR looking for turnaround against Rajasthan tomorrow

    Abu Dhabi:  Hit hard by the woeful form of its captain Gautam Gambhir, Kolkata Knight Riders would look for a turnaround in their fortunes when they take on Rajasthan Royals in an Indian Premier League match here tomorrow.

  • KP’s calmness has rubbed off DD players: Parnell

    Sharjah: Delhi Daredevils pacer Wayne Parnell is all praise for his skipper Kevin Pietersen, saying that the Englishman’s calmness has rubbed off on his team-mates in their IPL campaign so far.

  • Smith is powerful and intelligent cricketer: McCullum

    Sharjah: Brendon McCullum and Dwayne Smith have given Chennai Super Kings a flying start in IPL 7 with their explosive partnership at the top of batting order and the New Zealander described his opening partner a “powerful” and “intelligent” cricketer.

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    Digvijay backs Mamata as Modi, TMC spar

    New Delhi: Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh today backed erstwhile UPA ally Mamata Banerjee as Narendra Modi and Trinamool Congress sniped at each other with the later calling the BJP’s the Prime Ministerial candidate “butcher of Gujarat”.

  • Glad to make my singing debut for a cause: Celina Jaitly

    New Delhi: Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly, the goodwill ambassador of United Nations’ Free and Equal Campaign, says her debut single on the rights of homosexuals gave her a unique opportunity to help the community.

  • Giriraj’s anticipatory bail rejected

    Earlier on April 25, he got an anticipatory bail by Patna District and Sessions Judge Birendra Kumar on an FIR on the same charge.

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    Rahul slams Modi’s use of harsh words

    Rahul Gandhi today accused Narendra Modi of being discourteous to his opponents, adopting double standards on corruption and favouring select industrialists.

  • BSP activists burn effigies of Baba Ramdev

    Muzaffarnagar: Protesting against yoga guru Ramdev for his “honeymoon and picnic” remark, BSP party workers burnt his effigy in Shahpur town of the district.

  • Egypt court sentences Brotherhood chief, 682 others to death

    Cairo: An Egyptian court today sentenced Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohamed Badie and his 682 supporters to death, a move that could raise tension in the country which has been gripped by turmoil since the ouster of Islamist president Mohammed Morsi last year.

  • Narrow escape for Akhilesh as bird hits chopper

    Lucknow: UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and his wife Dimple Yadav had a narrow escape after their chopper was hit by a bird, forcing it to make an emergency landing.

  • Pak violates ceasefire again

    Jammu: Pakistani troops today violated the ceasefire for the second time in four days by firing with small arms and automatic weapons on Indian posts along the LoC in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.

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    Re-trial in Salman’s mishap case begins, first witness deposes

    Mumbai: Eleven years after Bollywood actor Salman Khan allegedly rammed his car into a shop killing one person and injuring four, the re-trial in this case began today with a witness deposing before a sessions court.