Free Press Journal
  • Mallikarjun Khrarge

    Hope Speaker won’t be misguided by AG’s opinion on LoP: Cong

    New Delhi: Congress tonight hoped that Speaker Sumitra Mahajan will “not be misguided” by the opinion of the Attorney General on the issue of the Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, insisting that the law officer articulates the government’s view.

  • WTO:India says no to TFA without resolving food security issue

    New Delhi: In a strong message to the WTO, India today said it will not ratify the trade facilitation pact until a permanent solution is found on food security and other issues of poor nations impacting livelihood of millions.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Sena – BJP ideology harmful for country: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday said the ideology of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Shiv Sena is based on a politics of hatred and of bullying people, and that both parties were harmful for the country.

  • Sania Mirza

    Want Telangana contrversy to end soon: Sania Mirza

    Hyderabad: Tennis star Sania Mirza today criticised Telangana Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader K. Laxman for raising the brand ambassador controversy and said that the issue should end soon.

  • Kirti Azad condemns Jadeja’s penalization

    New Delhi, July 25 (ANI): Former Indian cricketer Kirti Azad today condemned Indian all rounder Ravindra Jadeja’s penalization over his tussle with James Anderson, but suspected Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for fixing it.

  • Najeeb Jung

    Delhi BJP chief meets Lieutenant Governor

    New Delhi: Amid reports that his party may attempt to form the government in the national capital, BJP’s Delhi unit president Satish Upadhyay today met Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung at Raj Niwas here.

  • Batra’s books to become supplementary read in Gujarat schools

    Gandhingar: Gujarat government is planning to introduce certain books written by Dinanth Batra, founder of Shiksha Bachao Samitee, as supplementary reading for the school children, prompting opposition Congress to call it an attempt to “saffronise” the education.

  • Hurriyat welcomes announcement on Indo-Pak Foreign Secy talks

    Srinagar: Welcoming the proposed foreign secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan next month, moderate Hurriyat Conference today said it was ready to extend its support to any initiative aimed at peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue.

  • sonia gandhi

    Red faces in Cong as Sonia turns for CPP meet alone

    New Delhi: A gaffe by Congress Parliamentary Party’s Secretariat on the schedule of CPP meeting led party chief Sonia Gandhi to arrive in Parliament alone this morning.

  • Hoy stopped from entering Hoy Velodrome

    Glasgow: British cycling great Chris Hoy was blocked from entering the Glasgow velodrome bearing his name because a Commonwealth Games security worker had no idea who he was.

  • 2 Pak policemen shot dead in Quetta

    Karachi: Two policemen were shot and killed while on duty at a market in Quetta city in Pakistan’s troubled Balochistan province today.

  • KG basin dispute: Fresh plea for appointment of arbitrator

    New Delhi: A fresh plea was today made in the Supreme Court for appointment of a third arbitrator to resolve the dispute between the Centre and Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) on KG basin in the wake of an Australian judge recusing himself.

  • School teacher arrested for beating student

    Howrah (WB): A teacher of an English-medium private school here was arrested here today for allegedly beating up a student of class-VIII by iron chains for gossipping in the class, the police said.