Free Press Journal
  • BJP leading in 7 of 14 LS seats

    Guwahati:  BJP is leading in seven of the total 14 Lok Sabha seats in Assam, while ruling Congress and principle opposition AIUDF are ahead in three seats each and an Independent in a single constituency.

  • Mah: Bhujbal loses Nashik; NCP’s Udayan Bhosale retains Satara

    Mumbai: Maharashtra PWD Minister Chhagan Bhujbal was today defeated by Shiv Sena’s Hemant Godse in Nashik Lok Sabha constituency by a margin of 1,87,336 votes.     Godse polled 4,94,435 votes as against Bhujbal’s 3,07,399.

  • UPA govt seeks review of SC order on black money

    New Delhi: In a last ditch effort to stall setting up of an SIT to monitor all black money cases as directed by the Supreme Court, UPA government today sought review of its judgements constituting the panel under its former judge M B Shah.

  • BJP’s sitting MP Rakesh rpt Rakesh Singh defeats Vivek Krishna Tankha of Congress by a margin of of 2,08,639 votes from Jabalpur

  • Pawar erred by fielding ministers, says BJP leader Munde

    Mumbai: NCP chief Sharad Pawar made a “big mistake” by fielding several ministers of his party for the Lok Sabha polls as people got a chance to vent their anger against them and the party, senior BJP leader Gopinath Munde today said.

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    Will turn Seemandhra into Singapore: Chandrababu

    Hyderabad: TDP chief N. Chandrababu Naidu Friday termed the victory of his party in Seemandhra as “people’s victory” and vowed to develop the state like Singapore.

  • Cong sees hope in Gujarat assembly by-poll; leads in 5 seats

    Gandhinagar: Amid BJP’s clean sweep of 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat, Congress today got some relief in the state assembly by-election with their candidates leading on five out of seven constituencies.

  • BJD ahead in 20 of 21 LS seats in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: In an impressive show, BJD is surging ahead in 20 of the 21 Lok Sabha seats in Odisha, while BJP is leading in one seat, according to trends available till 1500 hrs.

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    PM calls up Modi to congratulate him

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today called up Narendra Modi, who is set to succeed him, and congratulated him on BJP’s victory in the Lok Sabha polls.

  • Turkey mine disaster toll rises to 284

    Ankara:  The toll in Turkey’s coal mine disaster has reached 284, making it the country’s worst industrial disaster in history, Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said Friday.

  • Maha Minister Nitin Raut resigns

    Nagpur: The Lok Sabha results claimed its first political casualty in Maharashtra as EGS Minister Nitin Raut of Congress today resigned from the state cabinet owning responsibility for the defeat of party nominee in Nagpur Lok Sabha seat.

  • Nigerian leader visiting town of abducted girls

    Maiduguri (Nigeria):  President Goodluck Jonathan is expected today in the traumatized town from which Islamic extremists abducted more than 300 schoolgirls a month ago, a visit that one community leader says is “better late than never.”

  • BJP wins Banswara LS seat

    Jaipur: BJP candidate Manshankar Ninama has won the Banswara Lok Sabha seat after defeating his nearest rival of Congress’ Resham Malviya by a margin of 91,916 votes.

  • Bangla PM Hasina, BNP chief Zia congratulate Modi

    Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and opposition BNP chief Khaleda Zia today congratulated BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on securing a thumping mandate in the Lok Sabha polls.

  • Obama pays tribute to 9/11 victims

    Washington: The National September 11 Memorial Museum, which was in the making for more than a decade, was dedicated in New York City.

  • DMK’s A Raja loses in Nilgiris

    DMK’s A Raja loses in Nilgiris to AIADMK’s C Gopalakrishnan by a margin of about one lakh votes.