Free Press Journal
  • Happy Gudi Padwa Messages to share in Hindi on Whatsapp Facebook SMS Images

    Gudi Padwa is a festival where all the people come together and share their love with each other. Gudi Padwa festival signifies good over bad. On the day of Gudi Padwa, people decorate their doorsteps with Rangoli and hung toran outside their houses which is made up of mango leaves. People take oil bath and wear new clothes and offer prayers to Lord Surya. Gudi Padwa is one of the most holy

  • Will sprinkle ‘Ganga jal’ on UP Cabinet when I’m CM again: Akhilesh

    Taking a jibe at newly-elected Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, his predecessor Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday asserted that when he will form the government again in 2022, he will sprinkle ‘Ganga jal’ on all the government offices to purify them. Commenting on Adityanath’s last Lok Sabha speech where he brought up the former Chief Minister’s age, Akhilesh said that even though he was younger than his successor, he had the upper hand in

  • Rahul persists with Prashant for Guj

    New Delhi : Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi has engaged poll strategist Prashant Kishor to help the party in preparing for the Gujarat Assembly elections in December. He took the decision to rope in Kishor on Friday, a day after return from the United States with his ailing mother Sonia Gandhi, the Congress President. The decision came much to the chagrin of the party leaders from Uttar Pradesh as they grumbled that Rahul should

  • No house tax if AAP wins polls: Kejri’s populist pitch

    New Delhi : In a major poll promise, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said house tax will be abolished and pending dues will be waived if Aam Aadmi Party emerges victorious in the municipal elections.

  • Communal clash leaves 1 dead; houses, vehicles burnt

    Gandhinagar : One person was killed in police firing and about 50 houses and vehicles set afire following a group clash in Vadavali village in Patan taluka in north Gujarat on Saturday. According to police, the trouble emanated from a minor quarrel and fight between two students over some disputes while appearing in the on-going high school examinations soon escalated. It assumed communal overtones and turned into a major group clash involving people

  • Herald case: Sonia, Rahul oppose Swamy’s petition

    New Delhi : Congress President Sonia Gandhi and her son and party Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday opposed BJP leader Subramanian Swamy’s plea seeking examination of Congress leader Janardan Dwivedi and others in the National Herald case.

  • VHP reiterates demand for law to build temple

    New Delhi : The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Saturday reiterated its demand for the enactment of a law to facilitate the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.

  • Anti-Romeo squads won’t trouble couples: Yogi

    Gorakhpur : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi on Saturday assured that the anti-Romeo squads will not trouble couples who move around together with consent. “I have received many complaints from the mothers, daughters and sisters in the state of harassment towards them. We have assured them that we are committed to their safety and security,” said Adityanath at a rally here.

  • Rajinikanth cancels Sri Lanka trip after protest

    Chennai : Tamil film superstar Rajinikanth on Saturday gave in to political pressure from small political parties in Tamil Nadu and called off his proposed visit to Sri Lanka where he was scheduled to hand over 150 houses to displaced ethnic Tamils.

  • BSF gets first woman combat officer after 51 years

    Gwalior : Tanushree Pareek on Saturday became the first woman combat officer to be commissioned in the 51-year history of the BSF, the country’s largest border guarding force.

  • Pak mulls options to replace Basit

    Islamabad : Pakistan is mulling options to replace its hawkish envoy to India, Abdul Basit, after his tussle with the decisions-makers in Islamabad following the elevation of his junior Tehmina Janjua as Foreign Secretary.

  • UK condemns Pakistan for declaring Gilgit-Baltistan as fifth frontier

    London: A motion was passed in the British Parliament condemning Islamabad’s announcement declaring Gilgit-Baltistan as its fifth frontier, saying the region is a legal and constitutional part of Jammu and Kashmir illegally occupied by Pakistan since 1947.

  • White man abuses Sikh girl in US

    Rajpreet Heir’s case is a yet another disturbing incident of racial discrimination in which people of South Asian origin have been targets of abuse and hate crime.

  • London attacker ‘wasn’t lone wolf’

    London: The Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was not a “lone wolf” and others had played a key part in indoctrinating him and helping to carry out deadly attacks in London, a media report said.

  • Eleven killed in China gold mine accidents

    Eleven people have been killed in separate accid-ents at two gold mines in China’s central Henan province, state media reported on Saturday. Thick smoke engulfed a pit at Qinling gold mine of China National Gold Group in Lingbao city on Friday night, trapping 12 workers and six management staff, officials said. Rescuers retrieved seven bodies from the pit. Of the 10 people found alive, one failed to respond to emergency treatment while the

  • Troubled EU renews vows at special summit in Rome

    Rome : European Union leaders renewed their vows at a special summit in Rome on Saturday, celebrating the troubled bloc’s 60th anniversary with a commitment to a common future without Britain.