Free Press Journal
  • Amul: “Have a Milky Day”

    Amul’s India is a rather appropriate title to celebrate India’s Amul. Click here on below link

  • Cong questions Modi on plight of migrant workers

    New Delhi : Blaming the Narendra Modi government’s demonetisation for rendering lakhs of migrant labour jobless in the national capital, the Congress on Saturday took out a protest march here highlighting the plight of workers from the unorganised sector.

  • Admit note ban was a mistake, PC to Modi

    NEW DELHI : Former finance minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to admit that the demonetisation was a mistake and admit that he had taken a wrong decision.

  • Man suffers cardiac arrest in bank queue, dies

    Mathura : A labourer died after he allegedly suffered a cardiac arrest while standing in a bank queue here to withdraw money “for the treatment of his son”.

  • Rahul is spearhead of Cong strategy to spoil Modi’s image

    NEW DELHI : The Congress has discarded its age-old policy of no personal attacks or character assassination in the political discourse, as seen from Rahul Gandhi’s daily charge of personal corruption against Prime Minister Modi; fourth time on Saturday in his public rally at Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh.

  • Note ban: CBI files case against Surat financier

    New Delhi: CBI has registered a case against Surat-based financier Kishore Bhajiawala in connection with recovery last week, of Rs 1 crore in new currency notes, during searches by the Income Tax department on him and others.

  • Resolution to dual control issue not far off: Jaitley

    Raigad : Union Finance Minsiter Arun Jaitley, on Saturday, said that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council has made “significant progress” on the provisions relating to the indirect tax regime and resolution of the “one difficult issue” of dual control or cross empowerment that deals with assessee jurisdiction.

  • Digital payments: Govt to announce awards from today

    New Delhi : Asserting that promoting digital payment is an integral part of the government’s overall strategy to weed out black money and corruption, the NITI Aayog on Saturday said the government will launch awards under the Lucky Grahak Yojana and Digi-Dhan Vyapar Yojana in 100 cities from today, which will be spread over 100 days.

  • anna-hazare

    Walk the talk on party funding, Anna to Kejri

    New Delhi : Anti-graft crusader Anna Hazare today castigated Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for “not fulfilling the promise” of putting his party’s donors list in public domain, at a time when the AAP has been questioning the Congress and BJP over their source of funding.

  • Swamy Takes A Dig At Rahul For Using Sahara Car

    New Delhi : Senior BJP leader Dr Subramanian Swamy on Saturday taunted Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi for dragging Sahara group’s name in his eagerness to attack Prime Minister Modi, forgetting that he had himself enjoyed the company’s hospitality in the 2014 elections.”Rahul used Sahara vehicle to file nomination papers in Amethi,” he tweeted, claiming how Rahul runs the risk of losing his credibility in trying to malign Narendra Modi using fake Sahara diaries

  • Kejriwal gets bail in poll affidavit case

    New Delhi : A court here on Saturday granted bail to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in a complaint case filed against him for allegedly giving “misleading information” in his poll affidavit ahead of the 2013 assembly elections.  Metropolitan Magistrate Aashish Gupta allowed the bail plea moved by Keriwal’s counsels Rishikesh Kumar and Irsad as the concerned magistrate was on leave.

  • Registration fee for Pak Hindus as Indian citizens cut

    Jodhpur : The registration fees for Hindus and other minority community people from three neighbouring countries, including Pakistan, as Indian citizens have been drastically reduced to as low as Rs 100 from Rs 15,000. In a gazette notification, the Home Ministry said  new rules will be applicable to minority communities- from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and living in India on long term visa.

  • Parrikar credits Goa’s famous lotus for poll win

    Panaji : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has partially credited the lotus from Goa’s famous Carambolim lake for his first-ever victory from Panaji in the 1994 Assembly polls. “There is importance to Carambolim lake. When I was contesting for the first time from Panaji…on the day of the election, at around 4.30 in the morning, a group of workers came to Carambolim lake (which is generally filled with lotus which is also BJP’s poll

  • 5-year-old school boy dies after falling in hot Sambar

    Hyderabad : A 5-year-old boy studying at a Government Primary School in Nalgonda district of Telangana died after falling in a vessel of hot sambar which was being prepared for mid-day meal, the police said.

  • Obama-Trump Rift At Un Stumps Israel

    US admin allows UN to denounce Israeli settlements in sharp  contrast to the President-elect who wanted the resolution vetoed