Free Press Journal

    New Delhi :  The Delhi Assembly election, which was touted as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first real challenge, does not seem to be going the BJP way, if the opinion polls are to be believed.

  • IS militants burn Jordan pilot alive

    Ammam : Islamic State militants fighting in Syria and Iraq have released a video they claim shows Jordanian pilot Maaz al-Kassasbeh being burnt alive while locked in a cage, western media reports said.

  • Kiran Bedi

    No Kiran in BJP vision document

    New Delhi :  The rules of political engagement are changing and so is the political idiom. The poll manifesto has been junked; in its new avatar it is called a vision document. What were earlier euphemistically dubbed as poll pledges or promises have become broad generic ‘goals.’ On the ground, of course, one is as distant as the other.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Desperation shows as Modi, FM target AAP

    New Delhi :  A lot is happening before Delhi goes to polls this Sunday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his key strategist finance minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday trained their guns on the Aam Admi Party, which has been identified as BJP’s enemy number one. In a separate move to woo the electorate the retail prices of petrol and diesel have been cut from Tuesday night.

  • Donations by cheque is old hawala route

    Mumbai :  The controversial corporate donations of Rs 2 crore to Aam Aadmi Party in a day by four cheques may be a subject matter of investigation but a similar modus operandi is widely used in the hawala racket.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    CM under fire from all over

    Mumbai :  Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who has been under fire from ally Shiv Sena for quite some time, is now on the hit list of his senior party and cabinet colleagues. It appears as if everybody is up in arms against him.

  • IT city bar on Togadia and Owaisi

    Bengaluru :  Anticipating communal tension and in a move to cover up a major goof up, the city police have banned senior VHP leader Praveen Togadia from entering the city from February 5 to 11.

  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Dhoni takes injured duo on trekking trip

    New Delhi : Team India Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has decided to unwind and take his mind off cricket before the ICC World Cup. So, he and three teammates have left for an adventure park on the outskirts of Adelaide for a “two-day trekking and fishing trip”.

  • Serial thefts in Mahaveer Bagh Colony

    Ujjain : Some miscreants decamped after stealing booty worth lakhs from at least three houses at the Mahaveer Bagh Colony near 4-lane Indore Road, here on the intervening night of Monday-Tuesday. The victims are reported to be employed in different government departments, but only one of them lodged a report of theft with the police station.

  • BJP document dubs NE settlers as immigrants

    New Delhi :  The BJP’s vision document for Delhi assembly polls on Tuesday ignited a row by describing people from north eastern states in the national capital as “immigrants”, drawing a sharp attack from the Congress, after which the ruling party claimed it was a “printing mistake” which will be rectified. The 24-page document that lays out the party’s roadmap in taking Delhi forward by making it a world-class city includes a

  • Pandit locks horns with roast-master Johar

    Jaipur/Mumbai : Censor Board member and filmmaker Ashok Pandit on Tuesday ignited a controversy with his derogatory remarks about moviemaker Karan Johar over his expletive-laced comedy show, which is under the scanner of the Maharashtra Government.

  • MPs give nod to 3-parent babies

    London :  British MPs have voted in favour of the creation of babies with DNA from two women and one man, in a historic move, reports the BBC.

  • Collabera Technologies conducts mega campus drive

    Ujjain : About 400 students of final year course of BE in CS, IT, EC and EI branches participated in the campus drive conducted by the Collabera Technologies Pvt Ltd, Vadodara (Gujarat) at the Mahakal Group of Institutes, here on Tuesday.

  • Leaving out Viru, Yuvi was a blunder: Qadir

    New Delhi :  Pakistan’s former leg-spinner Abdul Qadir has said the Indian selectors have “committed a blunder” by ignoring experienced Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh for the upcoming ODI World Cup.

  • Dhoni’s men can take inspiration from Paes

    Veturi Srivatsa :  Late last week, three things kept Indian sport in focus. The cricket team failed to make the tri-series final to end a dreadful tour of Australia, a Dutchman has been named the new national hockey coach and Leander Paes partnered another Martina (Hingis) to win his seventh Grand Slam title in mixed doubles to add to his eight in the men’s doubles.

  • Faulkner to miss start of WC due to abdominal strain

    Melbourne:  Australian all-rounder James Faulkner is likely to miss the start of the cricket World Cup as he is suffering from a moderate grade abdominal muscle strain, Cricket Australia stated on Tuesday.

  • Kohli already batting legend: Richards

    Mumbai :  Caribbean cricket legend Vivian Richards on Tuesday heaped praise on Indian vice captain Virat Kohli, saying he has already become a ODI batting legend.

  • Vijay shoots golden double

    Thiruvanathapuram :  Olympic silver-medallist shooter Vijay Kumar shone bright with a golden double even as half a dozen meet records sank without a trace in the swimming pool on the third day of competitions in the 35th National Games here on Tuesday.

  • Counting updates available on smart phones

    INDORE : If you are curious to know about the latest trends of the IMC elections and don’t have access to news channels, don’t worry, the updates are will be available on your smart phone and desktop through internet.