Free Press Journal
  • Sheila Dikshit knew about bank scam: AAP

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday said former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit knew about a ‘scam’ that happened in a city cooperative bank during her tenure but did not take any action.

  • Kejriwal blue wagon R stolen

    Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘aam aadmi’ car stolen; AAP leader announces reward

    New Delhi, A creaky Wagon R, used by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal till the 2015 assembly election and which helped cement his position as the “aam aadmi”, was today stolen from outside the Delhi Secretariat, police said. A senior police officer said the incident happened just before noon and was reported to the police around 1 pm. The car was parked on the roadside outside the Delhi Secretariat.

  • AAP’s ‘satyagraha’ against Delhi Metro fare hike another hoax: BJP

    New Delhi: With the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) protesting against the Delhi Metro fare hike, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday said that it is Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s usual way of lying to the public by coming up with names such as ‘Satyagraha’.

  • Delhi Metro fare hike: Public should not suffer due to conflict between Centre, AAP, says BJP

    New Delhi: Commenting on the reports of Delhi Metro fare hike, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday said that the common man should not suffer due to the internal conflict between the Central Government and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Speaking to ANI here, BJP leader Ranjeev Rajan said, “The fare should be pocket friendly for the common man, who travels daily via Metro. The common man should not suffer, due

  • AAP’s Ram Chander wins Bawana Assembly bypolls

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party comfortably retained the Bawana Assembly constituency today, leaping way ahead of the Congress and the BJP, redeeming some lost pride following a string of poll defeats in recent times.

  • Battle for Bawana: Polling gets underway in Delhi

    New Delhi: Voting began this morning for the Bawana Assembly constituency by-election in Delhi, in which the BJP, the AAP and the Congress are locked in a triangular contest.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Birthday: How the AAP leader lost public’s confidence

    Thousands of people who supported Arvind Kejriwal unconditionally, thinking he is a lone warrior in the fight against corruption have lost faith in him without an ounce of doubt. And if people are upset with the man it is simply because Kejri is not the same man anymore! The man who promised to wipe dirty politician and politics has joined the bandwagon. Kejriwal’s hypocrisy has been nailed by the report of Shunglu Committee. The report which

  • Maken opposes in HC AAP plea against panel report on ads

    New Delhi :Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken today opposed the AAP’s plea in the Delhi High Court against a Centre-appointed panel’s report recommending that the ruling party be made to pay an amount of Rs 97 crore that the Delhi government had spent on advertisements.

  • Indore: AAP challenges ‘vigyapan veer’ CM to publish photos of rehabilitation

    Indore: Flaying the claims of state government over rehabilitation and resettlement of Sardar Sarovar Dam oustees, Aam Aadmi Party leader Bhagwant Mann said that “BJP government in MP have been sacrificing thousands of dam oustees to gain mileage for forthcoming Gujarat elections.” Addressing a press conference before leaving the city for a meet with the dam oustees, here on Tuesday, Mann said that BJP wants to make Sardar Sarovar Dam an issue

  • Centre protecting those named in Panamagate: AAP

    New Delhi : The AAP on Friday accused the Central government of protecting industrialists, celebrities and family members of political leaders whose names have appeared in the Panama Papers leak.

  • Has Arvind Kejriwal become politically irrelevant?

    Where is Arvind Kejriwal? What has happened to Arvind Kejriwal? Why the anti-corruption crusader is mum? Where is the fire and bravado that Kejriwal was known for? Is Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) a sinking ship? The above questions are very pertinent and the perception is that Kejriwal is running away from the battle.

  • Kejriwal Thulla remark row: Delhi High Court adjourns hearing till Oct.16

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday exempted Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal from personal appearance before a trial court till the next date of hearing in connection with a case where he referred to the Delhi Police as “Thullas”.

  • Bhopal: ECI seeks details from chief secy

    Bhopal: The Election Commission of India has sought details on ‘office of profit’ issue of 116 MLAs from chief secretary of the state. The EC had already asked about the two ministers – Paras Jain and Deepak Joshi on the issue.

  • Ujjain: AAP protests against imposition of NSA

    Ujjain: Workers of the Aam Aadmi Party observed a day long hunger strike at Tower Chowk on Wednesday to demonstrate their protest against the imposition of the National Security Act which will be effective from July 1 to September 30 throughout the State. Party members said that this act would give unreasonable powers to collectors, which is a breach of rights given to citizens of India under article 19 of

  • Ruckus in Delhi Assembly as two men allege corruption by AAP, arrested

    New Delhi: Two men, who claimed to be AAP members, created ruckus in the Delhi Assembly on Wednesday when they threw printed slips of paper alleging corruption by the Delhi government and shouted slogans against Minister Satyendar Jain. The two were taken in custody.

  • Ujjain: AAP opposes imposition of NSA in state

    Ujjain: Aam Adami Party workers demonstrated on Tuesday at Kothi palace premises opposing the imposition of National Security Act (NSA) in the state. State spokesman Shailendrasingh Rupawat informed that the state government had extended the powers to all 51 collectors of the state to arrest any person under the NSA from July 1. According to an ordinance passed on June 19 all the collectors can arrest any person under Section

  • Bhopal: Rs 4000 crore power subsidystolen in farmers’ name: AAP

    Bhopal: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday claimed Rs 4000 crore power subsidy scam in state by the BJP government. AAP state convener Alok Agrawal accused the BJP government of grossly overestimating the power consumption by agricultural pumps, paving way for wrong people to benefit from subsidy of Rs 4,000 crore. The government recently announced power subsidy of Rs 8,400 crore for agricultural pumps. But there is a bungling of about 1,000