Free Press Journal
  • Amartya Sen

    Modi not a good PM candidate: Amartya Sen

    Nobel laureate Amartya Sen came out against Narendra Modi today saying that he did not think he is a good prime ministerial candidate.

  • Rahul a liberal, looks upon all as equals: Priyanka

    Amethi: Hitting out at critics of Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi today said her brother’s style of politics was “liberal” and not “opaque” and that he worked for the development of every section and looked upon all as equals.

  • narendra modi

    Congress cites World Bank report, hits back at Modi

    New Delhi: The Congress Wednesday said World Bank data about India replacing Japan as the third largest economy was “a solid reply” to the BJP and its prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi’s campaign of “misinformation”.

  • Subrata Roy feeling heat of Delhi, pleads SC to pass order at earliest

    New Delhi: Facing the heat, jailed Sahara chief Subrata Roy today made a plea before the Supreme Court to pass an early order on his petition challenging his detention, saying temperature in the capital has gone up and he is not feeling well in jail.

  • Aerial search to locate missing Malaysian plane ends

    Perth: Australia today said the intense aerial search to locate the missing Malaysian plane has ended, as it dismissed a marine exploration company’s claim that it found possible aircraft wreckage in the Bay of Bengal.

  • Sensex closes flat; capital goods stocks down

    Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets ended Wednesday’s trade flat — down 48 points, as capital goods, consumer durables and metal stocks dipped.

  • lalit modi

    SC clears deck for announcement of RCA poll result

    New Delhi:  The Supreme Court today cleared the deck for declaration of result of Rajasthan Cricket Association elections and asked the poll observer to declare it on May 6.

  • gold

    Gold tumbles on stockists selling, global cues

    New Delhi: Gold prices tumbled by Rs 200 to Rs 30,400 per 10 grams in the national capital today on heavy selling by stockists, triggered by a weak global trend.

  • 2G scam: Order on cognisance on ED’s charge sheet on May 2

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today reserved its order for May 2 on the issue of taking cognisance of the Enforceme t Directorate’s charge sheet against former Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and 17 others in connection with a money laundering case relating to the 2G scam.

  • Left Front alleges booth capturing in West Bengal

    Kolkata: A large number of booths were captured across the nine Lok Sabha constituencies in West Bengal, where balloting was underway, said Left Front chief Biman Bose Wednesday, accusing the Election Commission (EC) of “inaction” and demanding  repolling.

  • FIFA workd Cup

    FIFA U-20 World Cup trophy set for New Zealand tour

    Mumbai: Polished to dazzling perfection, the FIFA U-20 World Cup trophy is about to set off on a tour around New Zealand, the host country of the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015.

  • Goa Cong to take action against anti-party leaders

    Panaji: The Congress party in Goa will form a disciplinary action committee to probe the allegations of anti-party activities against some of its state leaders, including a senior legislator, during the Lok Sabha campaign.

  • Iraq PM optimistic as elections begin

    Baghdad: Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said Wednesday he is “certain” that his party will win the country’s landmark parliamentary polls.