Free Press Journal
  • Amit Shah

    Nothing wrong in Amit Shah’s speech about Azamgarh: EC

    New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) today said there was “nothing particularly wrong” in the speech of BJP leader Amit Shah in which he reportedly described Azamgarh as “a base of terrorists”.

  • 3 retired cops convicted in fake encounter case

    Hoshiarpur: A sessions court today awarded five years imprisonment to three retired cops, including a former Deputy Inspector General of police, in connection with a fake encounter case of 1989.

  • Identifying problems is easy, fixing it difficult: Simons

    New Delhi: Eric Simons’s role has been under the scanner as Delhi Daredevils’ bowlers have averaged a mere 3.1 wickets per outing in eight IPL games so far but the former India bowling coach lashed out at his critics stating that “identifying problems is easy, fixing it is difficult”.

  • Cong raising Modi’s caste issue to divert attention: BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today accused Congress of indulging in “low-level” politics by raising the issue of caste of Narendra Modi only to divert the attention of people from core issues of governance and development.

  • Imran-Tahir

    Tahir counting on sub-continent experience to rescue DD

    New Delhi: Languishing at the bottom of the table, Delhi Daredevils need a miracle of sorts to make the knock-outs and leg-spinner Imran Tahir, who is set to make his IPL debut, is hoping to use his experience of playing on sub-continent wickets to get the team out of doldrums.

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    Sonia slams Modi for ‘ulte sidhe’ barbs

    Bagha (Bihar): Congress chief Sonia Gandhi today slammed BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for making ‘ulte sidhe’ allegations against her party and questioned the continuation of ‘corrupt’ ministers in his cabinet.

  • Women’s safety key role in Indian elections: Gallup poll

    Washington: Women in  northern India feel less secure and have less faith in police, says a new poll and suggests these factors have the potential to play a significant role in the ongoing Indian parliamentary elections.

  • HC dismisses petitions of 35 villages in South TN

    Madurai: The Madras High Court today dismissed 35 petitions from various villages in South Tamil Nadu, seeking permission to hold dance and music programmes in connection with temple festivals.

  • Rain, storm lash 2 Tripura districts; 2 dead

    Agartala: Two persons including a teenaged girl died and many houses collapsed and over 200 people were displaced from homes after a cyclone, accompanied by hail storms, lashed two districts of Tripura, official sources said today.
    A 16-year old girl was killed and her younger brother injured when lightning struck at Barpathari village in South Tripura district yesterday when they had gone to collect mangoes.

  • AAP supporters attacked in Varanasi

    Varanasi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) members, including TV artist Raghu Raman, were allegedly attacked by some unidentified assailants here Friday, police said.

  • SRK tweets ‘acting gyaan’

    Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to share some lessons in acting with his fans and followers Friday.

  • Tata-SIA plans to launch flights from Sept 1

    New Delhi: Start-up carrier Tata-SIA Airlines plans to launch its flights from September one this year with Delhi as its hub and proposes to operate to 87 cities in the first year.

  • Kejriwal attacks Modi during Varanasi roadshow

    Varanasi: Surrounded by thousands of supporters, AAP candidate Arvind Kejriwal put up a show of strength here Friday, attacking his rival and BJP’s prime ministerial aspirant Narendra Modi.

  • BJP, Cong in row over Modi OBC status

    New Delhi: A row over Narendra Modi’s OBC status erupted today with the BJP and Gujarat government rejecting the Congress stand questioning the authenticity of his claim while the rival party stuck to its position that he is a “fake” OBC.

  • Boat sinks, woman missing

    Malkangiri (Odisha): One woman went missing and four others were rescued after a country boat capsized in Sileru river in Odisha’s Malkangiri district today, the police said.