Free Press Journal
  • rahul gandhi

    Rahul conveys displeasure to Advani in chance face-to-face

    New Delhi: An upset Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is understood to have today conveyed his displeasure to senior BJP leader L K Advani about the opposition allegedly not being allowed to speak on important issues in Parliament.

  • Rajnath Singh

    PM is neither communal nor a dictator: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today defended Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying that the country knows that the PM is neither a dictator nor communal.

  • Liverpool boss warns of uncertainties in Premier League

    London: Liverpool Boss Brendan Rodgers has reportedly warned Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal about the Premier league, saying that he’ll soon find that the competition in this league will be different to any other league.

  • ICC initiative to develop umpires’ communication skills

    Mumbai: With increasing involvement of third umpire in making correct decisions, the ICC wants to start a uniform programme for all member countries, including India, to develop their communication skills by taking help from the British Council.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Time for Congress to introspect: Jaitley

    New Delhi: The Congress party needs to introspect as it was under pressure and its own leaders were speaking out, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said here Wednesday.

  • Girl resiles from statement, court acquits youth in rape case

    New Delhi: A youth has been acquitted of the charges of raping and confining a 19-year-old girl by a Delhi court which said due to the conflicting statements of the alleged victim, it cannot be held that she was raped.

  • Two months on, AP-Telangana continue to spar over apportions

    Hyderabad: Squabbling between the governments of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana continues unabated two months after the bifurcation with each blaming the other as the aggressor even as almost every “contentious” issue remains unresolved.

  • sharad pawar

    Cong, NCP to fight Maharashtra Assembly polls together: Pawar

    New Delhi: Congress and NCP will fight the Assembly polls in Maharashtra together, NCP leader Sharad Pawar announced today after a meeting with Congress President Sonia Gandhi to discuss the issue of seat-sharing.

  • Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu: NDA May Offer Deputy Speaker Post To Opposition

    Govt slams Cong for creating ruckus in Parliament

    New Delhi: Government today attacked Congress for creating an uproar in Parliament, saying such behaviour would “boomerang” on it and that the party should reconcile to its defeat and play a constructive role.

  • Selection headaches for Dhoni ahead of fourth Test

    Manchester: In the wake of losing the third cricket Test and face in the Jadeja-Anderson spat judgment, India will look to regroup and devise a plan to make enough runs and take 20 English wickets to win the fourth Test at the Old Trafford here, starting Thursday.

  • Landslide

    Nepal says 156 killed in landslide

    Kathmandu: Nepal’s authorities Wednesday said 156 people were killed in the disastrous landslide in a rural part of the country over the weekend.

  • rahul Gandhi

    Rahul Gandhi leads Congress MPs’ protest in Lok Sabha

    New Delhi: A combative Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Wednesday led party MPs to the speaker’s podium to protest against the government not agreeing to an immediate discussion on the increasing communal clashes in the country.

  • Dharmesh Tewari Mahabharat

    Bollywood actor Dharmesh Tiwari passed away this morning

    Chandigarh: Actor Dharmesh Tiwari, who is remembered for playing Kripacharya in epic TV show “Mahabharat”, died here Wednesday. His friends said the cause of death could be diabetes. He was 63.

  • Flood scenarios remains grim in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: With several rivers in Odisha crossing the danger mark and fear of a high flood in Mahanadi river system, the state government today intensified measures to evacuate people from low-lying areas and transport relief material to worst-hit villages.