Free Press Journal
  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Fadnavis to face crucial trust vote Nov 12

    Mumbai: A special three-day session of the Mahararashtra assembly will begin here Nov 10 in which the first BJP government will face a crucial trust vote Nov 12, a minister said here Saturday.

  • M Venkaiah Naidu

    Venkaiah Naidu suggests strategy to implement Clean India drive

    New Delhi:  Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu Saturday called for sustained campaign, voluntary participation and the role of NGO’s and private sectors for effective implementation of Clean India Campaign.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi says politics not dirty, launches BJP membership drive

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday asserted politics was not dirty and asked his BJP to emerge as a “diverse” party to become “representative of all” and able to “fulfil the dreams of all” as he launched the party’s membership drive here.

  • 42 Boko Haram militants killed in Nigeria attack

    Lagos: At least 42 Boko Haram insurgents have been killed in a clash with military forces in a failed attack in northeast Nigeria’s Borno state, a security source said Saturday.

  • Mukul Roy

    Birbhum violence: Mukul Roy calls journalist ‘small fry’

    Kolkata: Even as the opposition upped the ante over the violence-hit Makhra village in West Bengal’s Birbhum, the ruling Trinamool Congress seemingly on the defensive, hit out at the media calling a journalist “small fry”.

  • Five killed in Baghdad suicide attack

    Baghdad: At least five people were killed and more than 14 others wounded Saturday in a suicide truck bombing attack targeting Iraqi police in southern Baghdad, Iraq’s capital, an interior ministry source said.

  • White House

    RIP American Century

    The story of American glory is reaching its climax. Past century has been a mix bag of ‘made in America’ peace, prosperity, peril, selfish international policies, unilateral approach to the international system and last but not the least – limited military successes. However, after remaining at the helm of the international system for over a century, American supremacy is drawing to a close.

  • Rajnath Singh

    Rajnath to lay importance on security during his Israel visit

    Lucknow: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who is set to visit Israel this month to boost bilateral ties between the two countries, on Saturday said that discussions would be held on homeland and border security matters.

  • Narendra Modi

    BJP should be visible as party with diversities: PM Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who launched the BJP’s national membership drive here on Saturday, called for building the party into an organization that will have representations from all sections of the society.

  • US Marine reservist freed from Mexico jail

    Mexico City: US Marine reservist Sgt. Andrew Paul Tahmooressi, jailed for seven months in Mexico for entering the country with military-grade weapons, has been released after a court dismissed the charges, a judicial panel said.

  • Iran confirms trilateral n-meet Nov 9-10

    Tehran: The Iranian foreign minister will meet the US secretary of state and European Union (EU) foreign policy chief Nov 9-10 to discuss core issues on Tehran’s nuclear programme, an Iranian negotiator said Saturday confirming an earlier report by the US state department.

  • Seven police officers killed in Kenya attack

    Nairobi: At least seven police officers have been killed and several others missing in fresh attacks in Turkana county, northwest Kenya, authorities said Saturday.

  • ‘ODI series a chance to test bench strength ahead of 2015 WC’

    Cuttack: They may not have of an ideal preparation for the stop-gap five-ODI series against India but Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews today said that the short tournament would give the team’s think-tank an opportunity to assess the bench strength ahead of next year’s World Cup.

  • SL series exciting one with WC spots up for grabs: Kohli

    Cuttack:  Relishing the prospect of leading the side in the the first three ODIs against Sri Lanka, India’s stand-in skipper Virat Kohli today said the hastily-planned series would be an exciting one, especially with World Cup spots up for grabs.

  • bus accident

    12 killed in Himachal bus accident

    Shimla: Twelve people were killed and five injured when a privately-owned mini bus rolled down a gorge in Himachal Pradesh’s Chamba district Saturday, officials said.