Free Press Journal
  • Shaun Marsh, Henriques to come of age: Lehmann

    Perth: Australia coach Darren Lehmann believes the two standout batsmen from T20 Big Bash League final – Shaun Marsh and Moises Henriques – are set to shine at international level.

  • Cong threatens to launch agitation for border residents in J-K

    Jammu: The state unit of Congress today threatened to launch a statewide agitation against the Narendra Modi-led government for “ignoring the plight” of border residents who have been suffering due to the frequent ceasefire violations.

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    Worried BJP ropes in Harsh Vardhan to boost Bedi

    New Delhi: Troubled by reports that the voters of Krishna Nagar, the constituency of BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi, are not warming up to her, the senior leadership has directed local heavyweight and union minister Harsh Vardhan to “put in extra efforts” to ensure that Bedi wins here by a comfortable margin, party sources said.

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    Manjhi defends himself on controversy over age, assets

    Patna: A day after coming under scanner for alleged divergent figures about his age and assets in affidavits submitted on different occasions, Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi today stood by details submitted during last year’s general elections.

  • SIT for 1984 riots cases: AAP says it’s a ‘poll gimmick’

    New Delhi: Terming it a “poll gimmick”, Aam Aadmi Party today said the Centre was floating reports of a possible move to set up an SIT for re-investigation of the 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases with an eye on the impending Delhi Assembly polls.

  • Public hearing on Mopa airport impact report held amid chaos

    Panaji: Two groups, one for and the other against the proposed greenfield airport at Mopa in North Goa crossed swords at the public hearing, held to discuss the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) report on the proposed airport today.

  • Work comes second, says Bipasha Basu

    Mumbai: Actress Bipasha Basu says though she is in a demanding profession, her work is not her top priority.

  • Val Kilmer denies having tumour

    Los Angeles: “Top Gun” star Val Kilmer confirms having received intensive care treatment but denies having surgery for a tumour.

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    Congress to bring back atmosphere of development: Sonia Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi Sunday accused the BJP and the AAP of failing to fulfil their promises to the people and said her party would bring back the “atmosphere of development” in Delhi, if voted to power.

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    Congress condemns Parsekar for CCTV advice to Goans

    Panaji: The opposition Sunday criticised Goan Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar for suggesting the urban dwellers should have CCTVs for safety, saying the government was abdicating its main responsibility to provide security.

  • CPI-M slams Himachal government over entrance test

    Shimla: The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) Sunday condemned the Himachal Pradesh government’s decision to conduct a separate entrance test for admission to the private engineering colleges.

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    Rahul Gandhi to meet Cong MLAs from Punjab

    New Delhi: With internal bickering threatening party prospects in Punjab, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has called all party MLAs from the state for talks and seek their opinion on the leadership row in the state.

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    Master communicator at work: Tharoor says of Modi

    New Delhi: Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who only recently earned the party’s wrath for praising Narendra Modi, says in the Prime Minister “we are all seeing a master communicator at work” but hit out at BJP for “promoting a nakedly bigoted Hindutva agenda”.

  • Sena rubbishes talk of alleged differences with BJP in Maha

    Mumbai: Seeking to downplay the controversy over ‘Saamana’ editorial criticising the BJP over drought relief to farmers, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray today said his party had no differences with the BJP while running the Maharashtra government.

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    AAP will give women their due freedom, reiterates Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders for making unwarranted comments against women and reiterated his promise of taking a number of steps to ensure their safety in the national capital.