Free Press Journal
  • Jitan Ram Manjhi

    Manjhi praises Modi for his warning to Pakistan

    Patna: For his asertion that India will give a “befitting reply” to Pakistan, Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi today lauded Narendra Modi and said he supports the Prime Minister on the issue.

  • SP criticises Modi for taking credit of Mars mission success

    Lucknow: Samajwadi Party today strongly crticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi accusing him of creating an illusion among people and for taking credit of the success of Mars Mission, saying he has no contribution in it.

  • Ram Kadam

    BJP candidate Ram Kadam gets interim protection from arrest

    Mumbai: The sessions court today granted interim protection from arrest to Ram Kadam, sitting MLA and BJP’s candidate from Ghatkopar here in Maharashtra assembly elections, in a case of alleged cheating and violation of poll code.

  • Protests in Delhi over Pak ceasefire violations

    New Delhi: The national capital today saw protests over the continuing ceasefire violations by Pakistan with demonstrations being held outside the Pakistan High Commission and the residence of its High Commissioner here.

  • Raj Thackeray with Uddhav Thackeray

    Thackeray cousins moving towards unity?

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena president Raj Thackeray Thursday revealed he recently discussed a possible political alliance with estranged cousin and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray ahead of the Maharashtra assembly polls Oct 15

  • Coal India misses output target for 5th month in a row

    New Delhi: State-owned Coal India missed the output target for the fifth consecutive month producing 34.88 million tonnes (MT) of coal in September against targeted 36.17 MT even as acute fuel shortages continue to hit power generation.

  • Lebanon again fails to elect new president

    Beirut: The Lebanese Parliament Thursday again failed to elect a new president to replace incumbent President Michel Suleiman due to the lack of the required constitutional quorum, thus leaving the country’s top post still vacant.

  • AAP slams Modi govt for inconsistent policy on Pakistan

    New Delhi:  In the wake of ceasefire violations along the LOC by Pakistan, the Aam Aadmi Party today slammed Narendra Modi government’s “inconsistent” policy towards the neighbouring nation.

  • DoT moves SC challenging TDSAT’s order on 3G roaming services

    New Delhi: The Department of Telecom has moved the Supreme Court challenging TDSAT’s order allowing Airtel, Idea and Vodafone to offer 3G services under a roaming arrangement in areas where not all of them own 3G spectrum.

  • Blackberry to support developers at Vizag Startup Village

    Hyderabad: Canadian handset maker BlackBerry, today said it will extend support to developers at the upcoming Startup Village in Visakhapatnam by replicating its Rubus Labs model in Kochi.

  • Delhi LG asked to hold meeting with DTC, DDA over Millennium depot

    New Delhi: The high court here Thursday asked Delhi’s lieutenant governor to convene a meeting of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) officials regarding relocation of the Millennium bus depot from the Yamuna river bed.

  • Om Prakash Chautala

    Not afraid of going to jail: Om Prakash Chautala

    Chandigarh: Unfazed by Delhi High Court summons, INLD President Om Parkash Chautala today said he was not afraid of going to jail as his family has history of “struggling for people’s interests”.

  • Poll code breach case against Modi: police get more time to file reply

    Ahmedabad: A local court today granted one week’s time to the city police’s crime branch, which probed the complaint of poll-code violation against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to file a reply to an application filed by AAP member Nishant Verma.

  • Ceasefire violations: Omar meets affected people, assures all help

    Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today met shelling affected families in camps here and assured that the state government will do its best to safeguard the lives of the people, while directing authorities to identify more temporary shelters for displaced people.

  • Cross-border shelling turns hamlet into ‘ghost town’

    Chilliyari (IB): A day after two women members of a family lost their lives in this border hamlet situated just a kilometre from the International Border, the area resembles a ‘ghost town’ as all the villagers have abandoned their houses and fled to safer locations.

  • Wrestler Sushil Kumar

    Wrestler Sushil Kumar roped in for ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’

    New Delhi: The BJP’s Delhi unit has roped in nine personalities, including wrestler Sushil Kumar, to spread awareness about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” here, a statement said Thursday.