Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Comments read out of context, says Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal today told the Election Commission that his comments asking voters to take bribe from other parties and vote for it, was being “read out of context”.

  • Amit Shah

    Shah attacks Kejriwal over bribery remark

    New Delhi: Lashing out at Arvind Kejriwal over his “bribery remarks”, BJP president Amit Shah today said that the AAP leader has “insulted” the people of Delhi and asked them to give a befitting reply in the upcoming election.

  • Prashant Bhushan

    Bedi’s decision ‘opportunistic’: Prashant Bhushan

    Kannur (Ker): Lawyer and AAP leader Prashant Bhushan today dubbed as “opportunistic” Kiran Bedi’s decision to join BJP and contest the coming Delhi Assembly polls as its chief ministerial candidate, saying it went ‘sharply against’ her earlier stand against electoral politics.

  • No rift within party: AAP

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party today denied reports of rift between its chief Arvind Kejriwal and senior leader Prashant Bhushan over ticket distribution saying the party’s internal Lokpal had filtered all the candidates before clearing their names.

  • Narendra Modi, Barack Obama, Tony Abott

    Modi-Obama “Man Ki Baat” on Jan 27 at 8pm

    New Delhi: The special radio address ‘Mann ki Baat’ through which US President Barack Obama will share radiowaves with Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be aired by All India Radio (AIR) at 8 pm on January 27.

  • Mohammad mufti Sayeed

    PDP says talking to BJP, lists conditions for govt-formation

    Jammu: PDP today confirmed that it is holding “track-II” dialogue with BJP for government formation in Jammu and Kashmir as it listed out a number of conditions with an assertion that there will be no “sell out” on “core” issues like time-bound revocation of AFSPA.

  • TMC MLA goes against party stand on CBI

    Kolkata: Going against the official party stand that CBI was being used as a political tool to corner Trinamool Congress, party MLA Sabyasachi Dutta today said there must be a reason behind the summons issued by the investigation agency to TMC general secretary.

  • Taliban

    Taliban commander arrested in Balochistan province of Pakistan

    Islamabad: Security forces Saturday arrested three suspected militants, including a Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commander, in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, media reported. An intelligence officer, who declined to be named since he was not authorised to speak to media, told Dawn that the three suspected militants were arrested in a raid conducted by security forces in Harnai district.

  • Rosetta spacecraft

    Final attempt to hunt for missing comet lander Rosetta

    London: In its final attempt to find the missing comet lander, scientists at the European Space Agency (ESA) are deliberating to send Rosetta spacecraft, which is still orbiting the comet, to swoop down just six kms over the patch where the lander is thought to be.

  • Just five Ebola cases left in Liberia: Government

    Monrovia: Liberia said today it had just five remaining cases of Ebola, confirming it was close to eradicating an epidemic which has left thousands dead. The worst outbreak of the virus in history has seen the west African nation and its neighbours Guinea and Sierra Leone register almost 9,000 deaths in a year, although experts believe the real toll could be far higher.

  • Sharad Yadav

    Sharad Yadav holds meeting with Manjhi

    Patna:With crisis deepening in JD(U) in the wake of war of words between supporters of Nitish Kumar and Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, party president Sharad Yadav today held a closed door meeting to douse the fire.

  • Burning Mountain

    World`s oldest fires raging for last 5,500 years beneath Burning Mountain

    Washington: The coal seam beneath the exterior of Australia’s Burning Mountain, also known as Mount Wingen (“fire” in an aboriginal language), has been burning for an estimated 5,500 years, making it the longest continuous fire on the planet.

  • Helicopter Drone

    Soon, autonomous helicopter drone for Martian exploration

    Washington: NASA has revealed that it is working on a small helicopter that could fly ahead of future Mars rovers to improve surveillance and navigation abilities on the alien planet. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has proposed the idea of Mars Helicopter, an autonomous drone that could triple the distances that Mars rovers can drive in a Martian day, as the alien surface is uneven, and ridges and valleys make navigating the terrain difficult, the

  • Sex in the sky: Japanese air hostesses sleeping with pilots for money

    London: Japanese air stewardesses in need of money have reportedly started their own prostitution business and are sleeping with pilots, charging them for sex. According to an air hostess, stewardesses who have seen wages cut by as much as 6000 pounds, charge between 300 to 450 pounds for romps, and women under the age of 30 demand the highest fee, the Daily Star reported.

  • BJP, Congress makes offshore casinos as by-poll plank

    Panaji: Locked in the Panaji bye-election battle, rivals BJP and Congress have made offshore casinos as their poll plank with both the parties mudslinging at each other on the issue.

  • Lives of poor people are expected to improve faster: Bill Gates

    Davos: The lives of people in poor countries is expected to improve faster in the next 15 years as innovation and technology drives optimism for a sustainable future, says leading philanthropist Bill Gates. The world will have the “tools” to reduce the incidence of malaria and AIDS significantly, he said.