Free Press Journal
  • JD-U may get new leader; RJD says no alliance

    Patna: The JD-U, routed in the Lok Sabha polls in Bihar, may Sunday evening elect a new leader of the legislature party to succeed Nitish Kumar, who quit as chief minister. A party leader also claimed the arch rival RJD will re-align with the JD-U to form the new government, but Lalu Prasad dismissed the possibility.

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    Jobs, safety of women top youth’s wishlist for Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: The country’s youth, which came out in large numbers on election days to vote, as the BJP led by Narendra Modi offered them hope, opportunities and security in a flagging economy, a shrinking job market and a seemingly uncaring state, now demands that the new government stick to its promises and deliver without failing.

  • Vasundhara Raje meets Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Sunday met prime minister-designate Narendra Modi at the Gujarat Bhawan in New Delhi.

  • AAP’s poor show in Karnataka sees lesser vote count than NOTA

    Bangalore : The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) that made its political debut in Karnataka aiming big has performed very dismally with its vote count in the state lesser than NOTA and votes secured here lesser than its membership base in the city.

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    Non-NDA parties may have to form alliance for opposition status

    Varanasi: NDA prime minister-designate Narendra Modi has said that this would be for the first time in the history of the country when parties outside the ruling coalition may have to form an alliance to formally attain the status of an opposition in Parliament.

  • I will miss working with you,Obama tells Manmohan Singh

    New Delhi: United States President Barack Obama called up Manmohan Singh soon after he demitted office and said he was one of the few public leaders whom he admired and that he would miss working with him.

  • Almost 700 paid news cases detected in 2014 LS elections

    New Delhi: As many as 694 cases of paid news – or news for which the media organisations took money to publish or broadcast – were detected by the Election Commission in this election, official said.

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    Nitish won’t withdraw resignation, JD-U to elect new leader

    Patna: The JD-U legislature party is expected to elect a new leader Sunday as Nitish Kumar, who quit as Bihar chief minister Saturday following his party’s rout in the Lok Sabha polls, is unwilling to take back his resignation.

  • Modi takes victory laps, taunts Congress on defeat

    New Delhi/Varanasi: A day after he led the BJP to an unprecedented triumph in the parliamentary polls, Narendra Modi, set to be India’s next prime minister, Saturday undertook victory laps in Delhi and Varanasi, the second Lok Sabha seat he has won, and taunted Congress over its historical loss.

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    No question of alliance with JD-U: Lalu Prasad

    Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Sunday denied that there was any move to forge an alliance with Bihar’s ruling Janata Dal-United.

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    Modi will take along Muslims, neighbours: Pakistani daily

    Islamabad: Given Narendra Modi’s substantial experience as chief minister, it is unlikely that he will overtly antagonise either India’s sizeable Muslim minority, or its neighbours, a Pakistani daily said.

  • How Prof Malviya becomes the new leader of Ujjain?

    Ujjain: If District Congress Committee office at Rajiv Bhavan, Ksheer Sagar is bearing a deserted look in the aftermath of party’s humiliating defeat in the Lok Sabha polls, the responsibility should be owned by none other than the outgoing Member of Parliament Premchand Guddu.

  • Ancient idols found during cleaning at Triveni Ghat

    Ujjain: Ancient idols of Lord Hanuman and Shivlingam were some of the items found during the deepening and cleaning of Triveni Ghat on Saturday. Besides, barricades erected for Simhastha Fair 1992 and 2004 were also found during the ongoing deepening of the ghat.

  • Mother’s Day celebrated at Healthy World

    Ujjain: Women Wing of Healthy World Gymnasium celebrated Mother’s day on Friday. Hema Vyas who is a teacher by profession in her address said that mother is a great being on the earth with abundance of love and care for her children. Blessings of mother are self confidence for children.

  • Chintamani Malviya feted

    Ujjain: The series of felicitation of newly elected Member of Parliament from Ujjain-Alote parliamentary constituency, Dr Chintamani Malviya does not seem to be ending in the city. Several organisations have been felicitating Dr Malviya on his grand success. Ujjain Cooperative Bank Ltd president Anil Singh Chandel, vice president Gita Rami and others felicitated Dr Malviya.

  • Gamblers paraded publicly

    Ujjain: Fourteen persons who were arrested playing gamble at Gola Mandi of Chhatri Chowk area on Saturday were paraded in full public view. Kotwali police raided a den of gamblers and arrested 14 people, all belonging to well to do families. Police also recovered Rs 20,000 and playing cards from the spot.

  • Satyagriha’ enacted

    Ujjain: Moksh-Surbhi Sanskritik Sansthan enacted a play ‘Satyagriha’ on the occasion of Sant Narsi Mehta Memorial Day recently. Jitendra Patel from village Ratadia played main role of Hiranyakashyapu in the play. Sachit Kumawat, Subhash Nagar, Rahul Gurjar, Sachin Kumawat, Prakash Gurjar, Sarita Nagar, Naina Kapur played roles of Lord Narsing, Lord Brihma, Bhakt Prahlad, Lobhilal, Vajradant, Maharani and Holika respectively. Gajendra Kumar Nagar directed the play while Sudhir Nagar, Manish Mehta and