Free Press Journal
  • Jaswant Singh meets Advani

    New Delhi: Expelled BJP leader Jaswant Singh Friday met party veteran L.K. Advani, fuelling speculation that he is willing to rejoin the party.

  • Govt directs ONGC to pay record Rs 56,384 cr in subsidy

    New Delhi: The government has ordered Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) to pay a record Rs 56,384 crore in subsidy to help state-owned fuel retailers cover part of the losses they incurred on diesel and cooking fuel in 2013-14.

  • Pakistan must learn from Indian elections: daily

    Islamabad: A Pakistani writer paid tributes to Indian democracy Friday by underlining the graceful manner the Congress accepted defeat — in contrast to what losers do in Pakistan.

  • Nitish Kumar

    BJP slams Nitish for plunging Bihar into crisis in Modi name

    Patna: Opposition BJP today came down heavily on outgoing Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for “plunging Bihar into a crisis” merely due to his “deep hatred” for Narendra Modi and said saffron triumph would be complete in the state only with a victory in next year’s Assembly poll.

  • Rashtrapati Bhavan

    Rashtrapati Bhavan to be closed to public on May 24, 25

    New Delhi: Rashtrapati Bhavan will remain closed to public for two days from tomorrow due to preparations for Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony on Monday as country’s 15th Prime Minister.

  • Two dead, five hurt in Bihar mishap

    Gopalganj: Two persons died and five others were seriously injured, all members of a marriage party, in a road accident at Basaha Morunder Vijaypur police station in Bihar’s Gopalganj district today.

  • Nawaz Sharif

    Sharif must attend Modi swearing-in: Foreign Office

    Islamabad:The Pakistan Foreign Office has urged Prime Minister Nawaz Sha­rif to attend the oath taking ceremony of India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday, the media reported Friday.

  • Sri Lanka nabs returning refugee family from India

    Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy has detained a family of five who were trying to enter the country via sea after staying in India as refugees for few years, police said today.

  • Singapore blogger apologises to PM

    Singapore: A 33-year-old Singapore blogger has apologised to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong for a post relating to a Central Provide Fund (CPF) Board scheme, but rejected his demands to pay compensation.

  • PMT scam: Unfair admissions of 41 MBBS students cancelled

    Sagar (MP): Admission of 41 students pursuing MBBS course from Government Bundelkhand Medical College (BMC) has been cancelled by Medical Education Department as they allegedly adopted unfair means to clear the Pre-Medical Test.

  • Modi-baiter in Goa faces arrest for FB comment

    Panaji: An anti-Narendra Modi comment on Facebook may now lead to the arrest of a 31-year-old shipbuilding professional, even as police in BJP-ruled Goa suspect a “larger game plan to promote communal and social disharmony in the state”.