Free Press Journal
  • ‘Mamata government becoming fascist’

    Kolkata: Civil society members and clerics Saturday accused the West Bengal government of turning “fascist” while condemning the recent attack on some religious leaders allegedly by Trinamool Congress activists.

  • Winds of change blowing across country: Amit Shah

    Allahabad: BJP general secretary Amit Shah today said winds of change were blowing across the country and its effect would be visible even in a Congress stronghold like Amethi.

  • AAP demands action against police

    New Delhi: Coming out in support of RTI activist Chandra Mohan Sharma, who was found dead in a car in Greater Noida yesterday, the Aam Aadmi Party has demanded action for the “laxity” shown by the police.

  • Union Minister seeks probe into appointments by UT admn

    Puducherry: Union Minister of State in PMO, V.Narayanasamy, today sought a judicial probe into the modalities adopted by the Puducherry government in appointment of faculty members in the state-owned Indira Gandhi Medical college and Research Institute here.

  • BJP, Sangh Parivar polarizing voters in UP, Bihar: Karat

    New Delhi: CPI(M) today charged BJP and Sangh Parivar with creating a “highly communally-charged” situation in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar through their electioneering and this was not being taken seriously by the Election Commission.

  • Five injured in crude bomb blast:4 injured flee hospital

    Chidambaram (TN): Five persons were injured when a country-made bomb exploded in a residential area here today, trigerring tension even as the case took a curious turn when four of them fled from the hospital, giving the slip to police.

  • Four arrested for IPL betting in Delhi

    New Delhi: Four people were arrested for running an IPL betting syndicate from a house here, police said Saturday.

  • Pak politician praises India’s election commission

    Islamabad: In a rare compliment for an Indian institution from across the border, the chief of the conservative Jamaat-e-Islami party here today praised India’s election commission for its conduct of the Lok Sabha polls saying Pakistan should emulate its standards.

  • Snoopgate row: Gloves are off as BJP says it will reciprocate

    New Delhi: As the war of words on Snoopgate inquiry intensified, BJP today accused Congress of laying down an “agenda of confrontation” and suggested that it will be “reciprocated” once the saffron party comes to power.

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    Mamata dares Modi on Bangladeshi migrants issue

    Nandigram (WB): Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee today dared BJP Prime Ministerial candidate, to implement his promise of sending Bangladeshi’s packing after May 16 if his party came to power, saying that the ‘paper tiger’ should first meet the ‘Royal Bengal Tiger’.

  • Rs.140 crore seized during Andhra polls

    Hyderabad: A whopping Rs.140 crore in unaccounted cash has been seized during the ongoing assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh so far, officials said Saturday.

  • Recommend interim relief to govt employees: NMC

    Jammu: National Mazdoor Conference today urged the chairman of the newly-constituted 7th pay commission to recommend 20 per cent interim relief in favour of both central and state government employees.