Free Press Journal
  • Is the once cash-rich Congress party facing a financial crisis?

    After facing humiliating loss in most of the states in the country, the crisis for the Grand old Congress Party doesn’t seem to get over. Now, a report has come up which suggests that Congress is facing a financial crisis. Really? One of the richest political party is facing a cash crunch, which might sound absurd and might even give a reason to some of its members to quit and go to

  • MP polls: Cong may ally with SP to counter BJP

    Bhopal : The Congress Party on Thursday hinted that it is willing to forge an alliance with other “like-minded” parties to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly election.

  • No DJ, communal speech in rally: Rahul told

    MANDSAUR: Although Rahul Gandhi was granted permission to conduct a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Mandsaur district, the authorities have put 19 conditions before him, including a ban on the usage of DJ sound system and words that might hurt religious sentiments. The Congress party will launch its 2018 Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election campaign during the rally in Malhargarh, where five farmers had lost their lives in police firing during protests last year.

  • Bhopal: Congress high command limits Digvijay Singh’s Yatra

    Bhopal: The fear of keeping former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh in the frontline in the state has started haunting the Congress party. The BJP had contested previous three Assembly elections calling Singh as ‘Bantadhaar’. The people have also responded in affirmative in support of BJP’s claim of Singh plunging the state into severe condition.

  • Bhopal: All is (not) well for BJP

    Bhopal: The viral video based on the song ‘‘All is Well’ from a bollywood movie has landed BJP in trouble. The Congress party have approached the cyber cell of the police to file a case under section 66 of IT act and other relevant sections against the BJP spokesperson (Mumbai) Suresh Nakuwa.

  • Bhopal: Grand rally on May 1 to mark Kamal Nath’s accession to throne

    Bhopal: Members and workers of the Congress party started preparations to welcome the newly appointed state president Kamal Nath with a grand programme scheduled on May 1. According to Nath’s ardent supporter Narendra Saluja, the state president will visit Delhi to attend a rally on April 29 and he is currently keeping busy in the preparations for the same.

  • Mumbai: Actor Mahesh Manjrekar likely to join Congress in first week of May

    Congress party across the country is facing a tough time to come in power. After losing power in almost around 20 states, Congress is trying to rope in popular faces from the entertainment industry. One of such face is Mahesh Manjrekar, the popular actor, director, television anchor and leader is expected to join Congress.

  • Bhopal: Opposition Leader Ajay Singh attacks government on petrol price, MLA’s privilege and infrastructure contracts

    Bhopal: Congress party opposes the hike in the petroleum products, but not going to stage any drama as done by the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan during the UPA government regime, said leader of opposition Ajay Singh in Bhopal on Tuesday. Recently the price of the petrol had reached to Rs 80 in the capital city and around the state.

  • Kathua horror: Congress behind agitation in Jammu, says BJP leader Ram Madhav

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and party In-Charge of Jammu and Kashmir Ram Madhav accused the Congress party of politicising the Kathua rape case. Speaking to ANI, Madhav also blamed the Congress of being behind the agitations in Jammu.

  • Bhopal: Congress to mark Ambedkar jayanti with ‘samvidhan bachao abhiyan’

    Bhopal: The Congress party will mark the birth anniversary of Dr BR Ambedkar by kick starting ‘samvidhan bachao abhiyan’ from Mhow on Saturday, informed chief spokesperson of the party, KK Mishra. He said added “The campaign is aimed at saving the India Constitution from the fascist ideology being propagated by the BJP led central government which is damaging democracy in the country.”

  • Why ST/SC Act case was not presented properly?: Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress Party on Monday reiterated that the Centre did not present the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Protection Act properly before the Supreme Court.

  • Rahul Gandhi needs a total makeover

    The Congress party’s impressive rally in New Delhi to drum up support for Rahul Gandhi after his anointment as party president missed a golden opportunity to concretise and lay out alternative policies to credibly project to the people that a government composed of today’s opposition parties is capable of giving good governance to the country.

  • Bhopal: Governors in India have become captive puppets

    Bhopal: Congress party national media in-charge Randeep Surjewala, on the issue of his party not invited to form government in Meghalaya, has accused that for the first time in Indian history, the Governors have become captive puppets.

  • Modi cannot create wedge between me & Cong, says Amarinder Singh

    Chandigarh : Dismissing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks regarding him as “frivilous”, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday said that such remarks will not be able to create wedge between him and the Congress party.