Free Press Journal
  • Vardhan to take up AIIMS plan with CMs

    New Delhi: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan will write to Chief Ministers of all the states seeking their cooperation in fulfilling BJP’s ambitious poll promise of having an AIIMS in each state.

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    Yogendra Yadav resigns from AAP committee

    New Delhi: Yogendra Yadav of the AAP Saturday resigned from the membership of the party’s political affairs committee taking responsibility for the poor performance in Haryana in the Lok Sabha election, a member said.

  • Media affected election outcome, say Congress, AAP

    New Delhi: The media impacted the outcome of the general election and helped the BJP swing at least five six percent votes in its favour, the Congress and the AAP said Saturday.

  • FDI hike in defence to boost production: HAL

    Bangalore: Prospects of an increase in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the defence sector would enhance production and generate employment, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd chairman R.K. Tyagi said Saturday.

  • Modi meets BJP general secretaries

    New Delhi:Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday met various BJP general secretaries to discuss the party’s future plans, including the upcoming polls in Haryana and Maharashtra as well as choices for party president, party sources said.

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    FIA asks govt to advise DGCA not to allow AirAsia launch ops

    New Delhi: Claiming that the approvals granted to AirAsia India were “illegal”, Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) has asked the government to advise aviation regulator DGCA not to allow the new no-frill airline to launch its operations which is set for June 12.

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    Centre has no powers to tinker with Art 370: JKLF

    Srinagar: Separatist JKLF today attacked Union Minister Jitendra Singh for raking up the issue of repeal of Article 370 of the Constitution providing special status to Jammu and Kashmir, saying Centre has no powers to tamper with the provision.

  • Will explore possibility of having locally-made set-top boxes: Javadekar

    Panaji: Information and Broadcasting ministry will consult the Finance and Commerce ministries on exploring the possibility of having locally-manufactured set-top boxes for continuing the digitisation process rather than depending on imports, I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar said here today.

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    Mani Shankar Aiyar’s comment spurred NRIs to canvass for Modi

    Houston: When he made his now infamous comment about the recently elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi being a ‘chai wala’, Congress spokesperson Mani Shankar Aiyar may not have had any inkling that the comment would give an impetus to Indian Americans to launch a ‘chai pe charcha’ movement to help Modi win the prime ministership.

  • 1 soldier, 16 militants killed on Pak border post

    Islamabad: One soldier and 16 militants were killed today when the Taliban insurgents launched a major attack from Afghanistan side, triggering hours-long gunbattle at Pakistan border post in restive northwestern tribal area, security sources said.

  • Mayawati to visit Badaun village

    Lucknow: BSP chief Mayawati will visit Katra Shadat Ganj village of Badaun district tomorrow to meet the family of two Dalit girls who were allegedly raped and murdered on May 27.

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    Decision on Gadgil, Kasturirangan panels on June 4: Javadekar

    Panaji: Union Environment Ministry will take decision on reports prepared by the Madhav Gadgil and Kasturirangan panels on the Western Ghat at a meeting in New Delhi on June 4, the new Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said today.

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    Protest outside CM’s residence: Kejriwal, others granted bail

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today granted bail to Aam Aadmi Party leaders Arvind Kejriwal and Kumar Vishwas, who along with others had staged a protest in December 2012 outside the residence of then Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, after they furnished personal bond to secure their release.