Free Press Journal
  • Digvijaya Singh

    Cong dismisses exit poll projections

    New Delhi: Congress today dismissed exit poll projections of a dismal performance by it, saying a sample survey of a few lakh people cannot predict Lok Sabha election results.

  • Omar Abdullah

    Exit polls a great time pass: Omar

    Srinagar:  Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has dismissed the predictions made by various exit polls as a “great time pass”.

  • Barack Obama

    Obama looks forward to work with new Indian government

    Washington :  The US looks forward to the formation of a new Indian government and working closely with next administration, President Barack Obama said Monday, hailing the Indian polls as “a vibrant demonstration of our shared values of diversity and freedom”.

  • Looking forward to work with the next Indian govt: Obama

    Washington:  US President Barack Obama has said he is looking forward to working “closely” with the next government in India to make the coming years “equally transformative” for the two countries.

  • Finance Minister P. Chidambaram

    Chidambaram to review financial performance of public sector banks

    New Delhi: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram will hold a meeting with the Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of Public Sector Banks (PSBs) and Financial Institutions (FIs) today in order to review their annual performance for the financial year ending March 31, 2014.

  • PSU non-life insurance firms improve market share – FM

    New Delhi:  Finance Minister P Chidambaram has asked state-run insurers to increase their market share and stressed the need to enhance insurance penetration to attain global levels in a reasonable time frame.

  • Modi a mix of Atal, Advani, Pramod Mahajan: Amar Singh

    Jaipur:  As the exit polls give a mandate to the BJP-led NDA coalition, Rashtriya Lok Dal candidate Amar Singh on Tuesday said that he will accept the verdict given by people.

  • Brazil’s Lula confident about Rousseff’s re-election

    Brasilia:  Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has said that incumbent Dilma Rousseff will be re-elected in October, regardless of whether or not host nation Brazil wins this summer’s World Cup football tournament.

  • 14 die in shipwreck near Italy

    Rome:  At least 14 people were killed and 200 went missing after a boat packed with migrants sank near Italy Monday, media reported Tuesday.

  • Search engine manipulation can swing votes: US study

    Washington: Analysing the just concluded Indian election, a US researcher has suggested that altering search results has a major effect on the voting preferences of undecided voters and could swing a close election.

  • 2 Indians charged with wire fraud in US

    New York:  Two Indians have been charged for their involvement in a microcap stock kickback scheme and face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

  • Two teachers killed in Pakistan firing

    Islamabad: At least two teachers were killed Tuesday when unidentified gunmen fired at them near a government high school in Pakistan, media reported.

  • Obama looks forward to working with new Indian government

    Washington:  As exit polls suggested that the Narendra Mod- led Bharatiya Janata Party  was set to win the Indian election, President Barack Obama said the US looked forward to “working closely” with India’s next administration.

  • ‘Next decade to be golden era of entrepreneurship in India’

    Silicon Valley:  Simply amazed by the quality and scale of startup companies being launched in India in the last few years, top Silicon Valley experts have said that next decade is going to be “golden era” of Indian entrepreneurship.