Free Press Journal
  • SC to pass order on nursery admissions on May 7

    New Delhi: The five-month-long impasse on nursery admissions in Delhi may end on May 7 with the Supreme Court today stating that it will pass order on that day and indicated that children of parents in the category of inter- state transfer who approached it will be given admission.

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    I am no know-all leader: Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: Saying he was no know-all leader, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has disclosed that he relied a lot on “professionals and domain experts” in governance and believed that the “single-minded focus” on attacking him was what “brought a lot of support from the people of India to me”.

  • Complaints of rigging: EC issues fresh directive

    New Delhi: Amid allegations of rigging in the Lok Sabha elections, the Election Commission today issued a fresh directive asking state poll authorities to immediately probe complaints made by polling agents of candidates.

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    In Lord Ram’s land, Modi invokes the Hindu God to woo voters

    Faizabad (UP): With the portrait of Lord Ram providing the backdrop, Narendra Modi today asked people living in the “land of Ram” to teach Congress and those who support it a lesson for not fulfilling electoral promises.

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    Modi desperate to come to power; is afraid of SP: Mulayam

    Sonbhadra: Mulayam Singh Yadav today hit out at Narendra Modi saying the BJP prime ministerial candidate is desperate to form government at the centre but he is afraid of the Samajwadi Party.

  • Happy asking for votes from people than looting: Modi

    Ambedkarnagar (UP): Taking a jibe at Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who has strongly criticized Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for insulting brave soldiers to ask votes, the latter on Monday said he is happy asking for something from people instead of looting them like the Congress.

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    Arrest Shah, ban him from UP, demand BJP rivals

    New Delhi: Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah’s comment that Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh was a “base of terrorists” triggered demands by BJP’s rivals for his arrest and a ban by the Election Commission on his entry into the northern state for campaigning.

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    Rameez Raja rates Sanju Samson as next Indian batting star

    New Delhi: It has been a while since teenaged batsman Sanju Samson was touted as India’s next big star and the latest to have spotted his “serious potential” is former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja.

  • CAD likely to be around 2 pc of GDP: Rangarajan

    Hyderabad: India’s Current Account Deficit (CAD) is likely to be around 2 per cent of GDP in the coming few years due to slackening of gold imports, among other factors, Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan said today.

  • Nightmares may signal a child is being bullied

    Toronto: Children who are bullied are at increased risk of experiencing nightmares and the trauma can lead to anxiety, depression, psychotic episodes and even suicide, a new study has warned.

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    Govt drops move to name judge to head snoopgate probe

    New Delhi: Hot on the heels of a stiff opposition from allies, Government today decided to drop its move to name a judge to head the Commission set up to probe the snooping of a young woman by Gujarat police allegedly at the instance of Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

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    Govt not to give firearms to violence-hit people: Gogoi

    Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today dismissed media reports that the state government would provide firearms to the violence-hit people in  Bodoland Territorial Area Districts (BTAD)areas and said security cover in vulnerable areas would be increased.

  • Writ petition against army vice chief withdrawn

    Imphal: A writ petition filed against the vice chief of army staff Dalbir Singh Suhag in Manipur high court for the alleged killings of three Manipuri youths by army personnel of 3 corps during his tenure as the GOC in March 2010 was today withdrawn.

  • Modi’s virtual presence in four-wheeler campaign

    Amethi: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi may have decided to address a rally on the last day of campaigning in this Gandhi bastion today, but his virtual presence here had begun months earlier.

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    New Govt should respect Rajan’s appointment: Chidambaram

    Astana: The new government should respect the appointment of Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan who was selected to head the central bank on the basis of his reputation, Finance Minister P Chidambaram has said.