Free Press Journal
  • ‘Modi taking a hard line, don’t blame separatists’

    New Delhi : Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief Yasin Malik Saturday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘hardline’ approach on Kashmir and rejected the contention that the separatists are to blame for the stalling of Indo-Pak foreign secretary-level talks.

  • One Life Is Not Enough

    Natwar Singh talks about his experiences in Delhi’s political corridors and sets the record straight on several events, including the Volcker controversy. (more…)

  • CM Hooda’s detractors get top poll posts

    New Delhi : In a repeat of Maharashtra model, the Congress  on Saturday gave reins of the party’s election campaign in the poll-bound Haryana to the strong detractors of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

  • Super Champs

    Madrid :  Atletico Madrid gained some measure of revenge for their Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid by beating their city rivals 1-0 at the Vicente Calderon on Friday to win the Spanish Super Cup 2-1 on aggregate.

  • Mangalyaan to reach Mars in 33 days: ISRO

    Chennai : India’s ambitious Mars Orbiter Mission was just nine million kilometres away from the red planet, Indian Space Research Organisation said on Saturday.

  • Costa scores again as Chelsea snare Leicester

    London :  Diego Costa scored for the second match in succession as Chelsea made it two Premier League wins from two matches this season with a 2-0 victory at home to newly-promoted Leicester City on Saturday.

  • Politics of jeering: Is it countdown to assembly elections?

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces the first big political challenge of his three month-old government over heckling of opposition chief ministers of poll-bound states at his official events with the issue threatening to turn into a major controversy and souring relations between BJP and other parties.

  • Heckling ‘pre-planned’: CM

    “Had it been a one-off incident, I would have understood. But the same thing was done in case of Haryana and Jharkhand chief ministers.”

  • Amit Shah to push BJP’s ‘Mission-44’ plan in J&K

    New Delhi : BJP President Amit Shah is headed to Jammu and Kashmir on a two-day visit in a bid to consolidate and strengthen the party’s position in the state where Assembly elections are slated for later this year.

  • How is Modi responsible? asks Uddhav

    Mumbai : Prime Minister Narendra Modi cannot be held responsible for the booing and heckling of non-BJP chief ministers in some states, including Maharashtra, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has said.


    In its zeal to give approval  to projects, kept hanging for years due to environmental concerns, the govt has rushed into giving clearances to them at breakneck speed (more…)

  • No seat-sharing deal at the cost of self-respect: Patel

    Mumbai : Stating that there had been no response from Congress on the seat-sharing for the Maharashtra assembly elections, senior NCP leader Praful Patel Saturday said that “we favour an alliance but it won’t be at the cost of self-respect.”


    Kitchen Gardening  Workshop