Free Press Journal
  • Vote on Delhi statehood has no statutory backing!

    New Delhi : The AAP government’s move to hold a referendum in Delhi for full statehood does not have a constitutional backing, say experts and also note that there was no provision for the Delhi assembly to summon the city’s Lt. Governor.

  • No time to react to ‘dramebaaz’: Rijiju on Kejriwal’s attack

    Hyderabad: Accusing Arvind Kejriwal of frittering away the huge mandate given to him by the people of Delhi and indulging in ‘drama’, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Sunday said the Centre cannot stoop to his level and answer all the allegations levelled by the chief minister. “If we also start doing similar things, who will take care of the government? The Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) is a very busy man who always

  • 3rd GAIL Scrabble Cup to be hosted by Scrabble Association of Delhi

    The best Scrabble players from across India will vie for top honours in the 3rd GAIL Scrabble Cup to be held here from July 22 to 24, 2016. Being hosted by the Scrabble Association of Delhi (SADel), the internationally rated tournament is expected to see participation by over 60 word enthusiasts, including the top five players of India. For the first time, a number of players from Pakistan and Singapore will participate

  • Britain Exit

    A dream project called EU rudely shattered

    Prime Minister David Cameron won a historic electoral victory last year. His party was re-elected, winning an absolute majority in Parliament, for the first time in 23 years. He was re-elected as PM.  He later also survived the Scottish referendum to secede from the United Kingdom, which was defeated.  He had a full economic agenda ahead of him. The UK economy growth rate was much above EU average, and the city of