Free Press Journal
  • Rahul Gandhi

    Modi responsible for Gujarat burning, not Anandiben: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Following Anandiben Patel’s offer to resign as the Gujarat Chief Minister, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying it was his 13-year rule in the state and not his successor’s two-year governance that was responsible for the terrible condition of the state, which was now embroiled in cases of atrocities against Dalits.

  • Seoul bans sale of 80 Volkswagen models

    Seoul: The South Korean government on Tuesday revoked the certification and banned the sale of 80 Volkswagen models in the country over the false emission scandal implicating the German car manufacturer.

  • New York bans sex offenders from playing Pokemon Go

    New York: New York state authorities have banned registered sex offenders from downloading and playing the augmented reality game Pokemon Go citing concerns that paedophiles could use the app to find or lure victims.

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    GST will revolutionize Indian tax system: BJP

    Mumbai (Maharashtra): The Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday vouched for the passage of the Goods and Services Tax Bill and said that the tax reform will act like as a catalyst in the development process of the nation.

  • Post-coup attempt, Turkey-Pakistan relationship on the rocks

    Islamabad: ‘Erdo-Gone?’, this was the headline splashed across the Pakistan’s national newspaper ‘Daily Times’ in it’s July 16th issue as news of an attempted coup in Turkey started making it’s way across news organisations around the world.

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    Kanye West feels depressed at Glastonbury festival

    Los Angeles: Rapper Kanye West says he forgot the lines of his 2007 hit “Stronger” during his performance at the Glastonbury festival last year. The 39-year-old songwriter said that it was an embarrassment for him as he started off the show well, reported Contactmusic.

  • Anthrax outbreak in Russia Boy dies, dozens hospitalized

    Moscow: A 12-year-old boy has died in an anthrax outbreak in remote far northern Russia while dozens have been hospitalised on suspicion of infection, the region’s governor said today, reports AFP.

  • Rahane strikes hundred, India take 304-run lead

    Kingston: Ajinkya Rahane carved out his seventh Test hundred before India’s declaration at 500 for nine and subsequent rain led to early tea on day three of the second Test against the West Indies here today.

  • United Maharashtra: Unruly scenes in Assembly

    Mumbai: The legislative assembly once again saw unruly scenes over the issue of “United Maharashtra” on Monday. The Shiv Sena members were so aggressive in opposing the idea of dividing Maharashtra that one of them went ahead to pick up the mace in front of the Speaker.

  • Shiv Sena blasts Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh

    The Shiv Sena today hit out at Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh over his “accident” remark on the killing of Hizbul Commander Burhani Wani, saying it amounts to “backing” terrorist and “insulting” the army jawans killed on the borders.