Free Press Journal
  • Modi gets warm welcome from Advani

    New Delhi: BJP Parliamentary Board, the highest decision-making body of the party, met here today for the first time after the landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections to decide issues related to government formation.

  • Parties corner vote share, but fail to win seats

    New Delhi: Results coming out of Lok Sabha polls show that parties like Mayawati-led BSP and Tamil Nadu’s DMK managed to corner a large number of votes but failed to convert them into seats, while parties with lesser vote share have got seats to show in their kitty.

  • Victorious Modi reaches Delhi

    New Delhi: After the landslide victory in Lok Sabha polls, Narendra Modi arrived in the national capital today to a rousing welcome by thousands of enthusiastic BJP workers and supporters to whom he gave credit for the historic achievement.

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    Speculations rife over Nitish government survival

    Patna:  Speculations are rife that the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar may fall as party legislators would desert him following the Janata Dal-United’s humiliating debacle in the Lok Sabha elections.

  • Tripura remains Communist bastion, LF increases winning margin

    Agartala: The ‘NaMo wave’ failed to influence voters in Tripura, which remained a Communist bastion with the Left Front retaining both the Lok Sabha seats with record margins and a vote share of 64.0 per cent.

  • Cong-NCP get bitter poll lessons in Maharashtra’s sugar belt

    Pune:  The drubbing Congress got in its traditional citadel of Western Maharashtra, where it failed to open its account in this Lok Sabha election, and drastically reduced victory margins for NCP, points to the fading glory of the two allies who drew their political power from this influential sugar belt which has a network of cooperatives.

  • BJP’s win is due to party’s loyal workers: Modi

    New Delhi:  BJP leader Narendra Modi, all set to become India’s 14th prime minister, Saturday dedicated the party’s thumping victory in the Lok Sabha polls to the “generations of loyal party workers”.

  • Mixed bag for film stars in Andhra Pradesh

    Hyderabad:  It was a mixed bag for film personalities in the simultaneous assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Telangana and Seemandhra.

  • Singapore PM congratulates Modi

    New Delhi:  BJP leader Narendra Modi Saturday exchanged tweets with Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who congratulated him on his victory in the Lok Sabha polls.

  • Kerala result makes Chandy stronger

    Thiruvananthapuram: The victory of the ruling Congress-led UDF in 12 of the 20 Lok Sabha seats in the state has made Chief Minister Oommen Chandy stronger as Kerala is one of the few states that bucked the anti-Congress trend in the country.

  • BJD achieves stunning victory in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar:  Odisha’s ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) has achieved a stunning victory in both the state assembly and Lok Sabha polls, winning 117 and 20 seats respectively.

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    Thai Senate fails to break deadlock over PM

    Bangkok:  A Thai Senate session has failed to come up with electing an interim prime minister, dashing hopes of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) that a neutral premier would be appointed by their deadline of Friday, a media report said Saturday.

  • Nepal PM congratulates Rajnath on BJP’s victory

    Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala late Friday sent a congratulatory message to BJP president Rajnath Singh over the party’s splendid victory during the recent Lok Shaba elections where the party won majority.

  • Varanasi prepares to welcome Modi, security tightened

    Varanasi:  Varanasi is all set to accord a warm welcome to Narendra Modi today after he led the BJP to a historic victory in the Lok Sabha polls and won by thumping margins from this temple town.

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    Modi in Delhi

    New Delhi:  Narendra Modi arrived here today to a rousing welcome, a day after storming to power with a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections.