Free Press Journal
  • Will resolve Adarsh issue soon: Sonia Gandhi

    New Delhi: The Adarsh housing society issue will be resolved soon, but the media should also look at corruption cases in the non-Congress ruled states, Congress president Sonia Gandhi  has said.

  • If Milind comes, Rahul is not far behind

    New Delhi :  Milind Deora, the 37-year old Mumbai MP and Union Minister of State for Information Technology and Communications, has emerged as conscience-keeper of Rahul Gandhi.

  • prithviraj chavan with rahul gandhi

    Rahul gives Adarsh scam a kiss of life

    New Delhi :  If the Maharashtra Congress was aiming to roll back the Adarsh scam and move ahead, then Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has torpedoed their well-laid plans.

  • Rahul springs into action

    New Delhi :  Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is out to establish that the other political parties merely talk about corruption issues and it is the Congress alone that is working to establish a framework for fighting corruption.

  • Azam attacks Rahul for not focusing on welfare of Muslims

    Rampur: Attacking Rahul Gandhi, UP Minister Azam Khan has said that instead of effectively addressing the issue of Muslim backwardness, the Congress leader was focusing on the welfare of the homosexual community.

  • Cong to reach out to minorities with special schemes

    New Delhi:  Congress is banking on minority- oriented schemes like those providing medical aid, skill development and promoting leadership among women to reach out to Muslims ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

  • Jat leaders thank Rahul for backing reservation demand

    New Delhi: Hundreds of members of the Jat  community led by Harayana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda today met Rahul Gandhi to thank him after the Cabinet asked the backward classes commission to expeditiously take a call on providing reservation to the community in central government jobs.

  • 3,000 blankets given away at Muzaffarnagar camps

    Muzaffarnagar : A citizen’ group distributed over 3,000 blankets at camps here housing those displaced during the Muzaffarnagar riots Monday, a day after Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi visited the riot victims.

  • NDDB chairman issue stirs dairy co-operative politics in Guj

    Ahmedabad: With Gujarat Congress pressing for a state nominee as Chairman of National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), the wrangle for the coveted post has intensified stirring the dairy co-operative sector politics here.

  • Parliament passes Lokpal Bill

    New Delhi: Parliament today passed the crucial Lokpal Bill with the Lok Sabha adopting the measure as amended by the Rajya Sabha after a short discussion, amid the din created by pro- and anti-Telangana members.

  • Hazare’s fast enters ninth day

    Ralegan Siddhi: With Lok Sabha scheduled to take up the Lokpal bill today, there are expectations that Anna Hazare, whose fast entered the ninth day, will call it off after it is passed in the Lower House.

  • Turn in your IDs, India tells US diplomats as row escalates

    New Delhi: Angry over the “despicable” and “barbaric” treatment meted out to its diplomat, India Tuesday asked US diplomats to turn in their IDs even as Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde declined to meet a visiting US Congressional delegation.

  • Committed to Lokpal, says Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has assured social activist Anna Hazare that he is committed to provide a strong Lokpal to the nation.

  • Hazare thanks Rahul for Lokpal commitment; fast enters 8th day

    Ralegan Siddhi: Anna Hazare has thanked Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi for his “commitment” to the passage of the Lokpal Bill in Parliament, while demanding inclusion of recommendations of the select committee in the bill.

  • Lalu with Cong on PM candidate

    Ranchi: Amid talk of Rahul Gandhi being anointed Congress’ Prime Ministerial candidate, RJD Chief Lalu Prasad today said he was with that party on naming the nominee, but preferred the matter be decided after polls.