Free Press Journal
  • ramdas athavle

    Chavan’s decision to boycott Modi’s function disgraceful: RPI

    Mumbai: Republican Party of India chief Ramdas Athawale today termed as “disgraceful” the decision of Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan not to attend a function of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Nagpur.

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

    Hinduism its a cultural identity: Venkaiah Naidu

    Hyderabad: Amid a raging debate on RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s remarks, Union Minister and senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu today slammed attempts to create controversies whenever there is a reference to the word “Hindu”.

  • Cold water, nuts: Secret to healthy life

    New Delhi: Start your day with cold water, nuts and stretching exercises to stay in the pink of health, says an expert.

  • Narendra Modi

    Balanced growth can take India to the pinnacle: Modi

    Ranchi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said a balanced development of all states was required to take India to the “pinnacle of development” and emphasised on stable governments to reach the goal.

  • 3 top Hamas militants among 19 killed in Israeli strikes

    Gaza/Jerusalem: Intensifying its targeted assassinations of militants, Israel’s air force today bombed a house in Gaza killing three senior Hamas commanders among 19 Palestinians on the 45th day of the deadly conflict.

  • Sena slams Cong for calling Bhagwat ‘Hitler’

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena today hit out at the Congress for describing RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat as “Hitler” for his controversial ‘Hindu nation’ remarks saying it is the same party which “appeased” Muslims to derive political mileage while “ignoring” Hindus.

  • Syndicate Bank bribery case: Court dismisses bail pleas of two

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today dismissed the bail pleas of Chairman-cum-Managing Director (CMD) of Prakash Industries Ltd Ved Prakash Agarwal and its Director Vipul Agarwal, who along with others were arrested in the Syndicate Bank bribery case.

  • Rajnath Singh

    Rajnath to visit flood-hit UP areas Friday

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh will Friday visit the flood-hit areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh to review the situation, officials said.

  • stocks

    After breather, Sensex, Nifty rise to end near record highs

    Mumbai: After taking a day’s breather, Indian markets today continued their upward journey with the Sensex rising 45.82 points and the Nifty edging up 15.80 points to end near respective record highs on buying in banking, auto and capital goods shares amid drop in oil price.

  • Ambika Soni

    ‘Well-planned conspiracy’ behind heckling of CMs, says Cong

    New Delhi: Congress today claimed there was an “orchestrated” and “well-planned conspiracy” behind the heckling of opposition chief ministers as it justified Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan’s decision not to attend events with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Nagpur.

  • Ebola

    Ebola toll rises to 1,350: WHO

    Geneva: The death toll due to the Ebola virus continues to rise in West Africa and currently stands at 1,350, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said.

  • Irom Sharmila

    Sharmila decides to stay away from home and mother

    Kolkata: Even after her release from detention, rights activist Irom Chanu Sharmila has decided to keep her vow of neither entering her house nor meeting her mother till the government repeals AFSPA.

  • Pakistani daily wonders about army’s role in impasse

    Islamabad: A leading Pakistani daily Thursday wondered about the army’s role in the current political impasse, saying that perhaps it even steered events from behind and was like a “big brother chiding the children of democracy to behave – or else”.

  • Vishal Bharadwaj

    It’s time for I&B ministry to help film fraternity: Vishal

    Mumbai: Reacting to the arrest of Central Board of Film Certification’s (CBFC) CEO Rakesh Kumar in an alleged bribery case, filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj says it is high time that Information & Broadcasting Ministry should come forward and aggressively help film fraternity on various matters.

  • Pak govt negotiators to meet protest leaders for second day

    Islamabad:  Pakistan government negotiators will meet anti-government protest leaders for the second day today to strike a deal to end the week-long political crisis and siege of the Parliament by protesters who are demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.