Free Press Journal
  • Amit Shah kicks off BJP’s massive mass contact drive

    New Delhi : Launching his party’s “contact for support” drive, BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday met former Army chief Dalbir Singh Suhag and former Lok Sabha secretary-general Subhash Kashyap, and announced that 50 lakh party workers would reach every household to inform people about the Modi government’s works.

  • Amit Shah to address mega BJP rally at BKC, Mumbaikars brace for traffic jams

    To mark its 38th foundation day, BJP has planned organised a mega rally in MMRDA ground at Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai. BJP President Amit Shah will address party workers in Friday’s event at around 11.30 am and workers have planned a grand show of strength for the party. On this event, BJP will kickstart its campaign for the 2019 Lok Sabha election.

  • Early poll ruled out

    There has been some talk in the capital about an early Lok Sabha election. Those who argue on those lines believe that a simultaneous parliamentary election along with those to the State assemblies of Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh will help the ruling party. It is suggested that Modi will not only return to power, albeit with a reduced majority, but will also help the party retain power in these States, thus

  • After Nitin, another Guj minister is upset

     Gandhinagar : After Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel created a stir over allocation of portfolios not befitting his status, Gujarat Koli community veteran Purushottam Solanki on Tuesday threw a tantrum asking Chief Minister Vijay Rupani to give him “better”, “more than one” and a Cabinet status after winning five terms in a row.

  • New tamper-detect EVMs to be used in 2019 Lok Sabha elections: CEC Nasim Zaidi

    New Delhi: A new M3 electronic voting machine (EVM) that is “tamper detect” and will stop functioning if someone tries to tinker with it, is under production and will be used in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi disclosed on Wednesday.

  • Federal front no threat: Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi : The non-BJP parties may be dreaming of getting together and posing a joint challenge to the ruling BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, but the present day masters of the central government take a dim view of this proposition.