Free Press Journal
  • Poonam Pandey detained for indecency

    Model and actress Poonam Pandey landed into yet another controversy after she was detained and let-off after a warning by the Mira Road police on alleged charges of behaving indecently on the streets of the twin-city. According to the police, an on-duty night patrolling team spotted, Pandey dressed in skimpy clothes and indulging in inappropriate and indecent behavior at a public space near the Shivar Garden area of Mira Road at about

  • Azam Khan’s supporters protest against EC

    New Delhi: At least 2,000 supporters of the Samajwadi Party protested here Saturday against the Election Commission for banning party leader Azam Khan from holding public meetings in Uttar Pradesh.

  • BSF detects cross-border tunnel portion at IB, lodges protest

    Jammu: The Border Security Force has detected a portion of a caved-in tunnel in Samba district, near the International Border, which is the latest alignment point of the 400-meter long cross-border tunnel which was found in July two years ago, BSF officials said today.

  • Amit Shah

    Cong’ dirty tricks dept being Snoopgate probe: Shah

    Varanasi: Slamming UPA government’s move to appoint a judge to head the snoopgate probe, Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah today said that Congress’ “dirty tricks department” was behind it.

  • Thai opposition leader refuses to back July polls

    Bangkok: Thailand’s opposition leader today refused to back the proposed July polls aimed at resolving the political crisis and demanded premier Yingluck Shinawatra’s resignation to pave way for an interim administration to carry out reforms before fresh polls are held.

  • Modi asks people to overthrow govt of plunderers

    Shrinagar: Taking a swipe at the Gandhi family, Narendra Modi today said the mother and son have never gone through the pangs of penury and asked the people of Uttarakhand to overthrow the “government of plunderers” who have looted the people and stashed their money abroad.

  • 3 killed, 35 injured as bus overturns

    Bikaner: Three persons were killed and 35 injured when a bus in which they were travelling overturned near Tharusar village in Rajasthan’s Bikaner district today.

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    Pallam Raju battles AP division, anti-incumbency in Kakinada

    Kakinada (AP): Union HRD Minister M M Pallam Raju is battling the fallout of division of Andhra Pradesh and perceived anti-incumbency against Congress in his Kakinada pocket borough in Seemandhra region from where he is seeking a fresh term.

  • Arunachal governor orders SIT probe into poll official’s death

    Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma has ordered for investigation into the suspected kidnapping and killing of Mathew Dabi, an official on election duty, in East Siang district by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the state police.

  • beni prasad verma

    Beni Prasad Verma compares divisive Modi to a ‘monster’

    Gonda (Uttar Pradesh): Union Steel Minister Beni Prasad Verma stoked a fresh controversy late on Friday night here,  by comparing BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to a “monster”.

  • Amit Shah slams govt move on ‘snoopgate’ probe

    Varanasi: Slamming UPA government’s move on snoopgate probe, Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah today said it had no “moral or constitutional authority” to take decision on it at the fag-end of its tenure.

  • chennai blast

    Train blast aimed at creating panic in Modi’s campaign: BJP

    Tiruchirapalli (TN): BJP National Executive Member L Ganesan today said the May 1 Chennai train blast was aimed at creating panic during the party’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s poll campaign in Andhra Pradesh.

  • Amartya Sen not ‘Indian in proper sense’: Subramanian Swamy

    New Delhi:  Annoyed by the statement of the economist Amartya Sen that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will not be the best prime minister for the country, party leader Subramanian Swamy on Saturday said that Sen is not an Indian in the proper sense and that he functions as a foot soldier of the Indian culture.

  • Waqar-Younis

    Waqar Younis as Pak’s new head coach: Applicants criticise decision

    Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Najam Sethi’s decision to declare former Pakistani captain Waqar Younis as the next head coach has been criticised by former players and applicants, who had applied for various coaching positions that had been advertised by the PCB.

  • People in Kashmir demand restoration of Jhelum

    Srinagar: The people of Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir demanded the conservation of the river Jhelum to save the world famous heritage water body and make it pollution free.