Free Press Journal
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    Jawaharlal Nehru’s statue removed from road in Allahabad, Congress workers protest

    Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh): The statue of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawahar Lal Nehru, installed in a park at Balsan Crossing, has been shifted to a nearby spot, in order to widen the road for Kumbh Mela next year, the Allahabad Development Authority clarified on Friday.

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    Maharashtra: Congress workers stage protest in various places during Bharat Bandh

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Congress Monday staged protests in various parts of the state in response to the Bharat Bandh called by the party’s central leadership against rising fuel prices. The shutdown is backed by other opposition parties such as the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), the Samajwadi Party, the Peasants and Workers’ Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

  • Amit Shah shown black flags by youth Congress workers  

    Kolkata: BJP president Amit Shah was today shown black flags by youth Congress workers when he came out of the NSC Bose International airport here to attend a rally in central part of the city, the police said. The youth Congress workers showed black flags and raised anti-Modi and anti-Shah slogans as the BJP national president stepped out of the airport.

  • Bhopal: Your presence will impact voters in Nimar, says Kamal Nath to Rahul Gandhi

    Bhopal: Congress is banking big on OBC votes to dislodge BJP in the state. Congress state chief Kamal Nath has written to party national president Rahul Gandhi inviting him to a programme organised to pay homage to former deputy Chief Minister Subhash Yadav on his death anniversary.

  • Indore: Congress to protest against water crisis from June 1

    Indore: While residents of many areas have been facing water crisis and protesting against Indore Municipal Corporation, the city Congress has decided to organise a series of protest at every zonal office of the IMC. City Congress president Pramod Tandon said, “Residents across the city are facing shortage of water but the BJP corporators are selling water tankers, which have been provided to them to supply water in the water scarcity areas.”

  • Ujjain: Congress workers take to streets over Karnataka Governor’s decision

    Ujjain: Dozens of Congress workers staged a demonstration here on Thursday in protest against the Kanataka Governor’s decision to invite BJP to form a government in the state. Youth Congress State general secretary Ajit Borasi slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party for forming a government in Karnataka.

  • Bhopal: Political hoardings defacing city skyline, roads

    Bhopal: While it is encouraging Bhopalites to make Swacch initiative a success, Bhopal Municipal Corporation seems to have no influence on politicians who have been belittling efforts of all. Within a span of four days, two major political parties have left the city’s roads and skyline dotted with illegal political hoardings.

  • Ujjain: Congress workers burn PM’s effigy to protest steep hike in petro prices

    Ujjain: The local Congress leaders condemned the government over steep hike in prices of diesel and petrol and burnt the effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in protest on Sunday. Madhav Nagar Block Congress Committee head Ajeet Singh Thakur, his supporters and other Congress leaders burnt an effigy of PM Modi at Tower Chowk.

  • Ujjain: Nagar Sampark Abhiyan at various wards held

    Ujjain: Congress workers, under the leadership of City Congress Committee president Anantnarayan Meena contacted residents of ward number 8, 15 and 49 of the city on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Congress workers engaged in display of strength at rly station

    Bhopal: Much to their annoyance, the passengers at the Bhopal main railway station had to bear the high decibel sloganeering as the Congress party activists shouted slogans in favour of their leaders here on Monday.  Presence of hundreds of Congress workers and their high voltage sloganeering led to commotion at the railway station. Amidst deafening slogan shouting, the passengers had tough time as they tried to make their way through overcrowded platform.

  • Congress workers stop film promo in Pune

    Pune : Congress workers did not allow Bollywood director Madhur Bhandarkar to hold a press conference to promote his film Indu Sarkar in Pune on Saturday. Three of the director’s programs had to be cancelled as Pune Congress Party workers reached the venue of the program before the director could begin.

  • Ujjain: Congressmen protest against imposition of minimum balance for account holders

    Ujjain: Congress workers held a protest march against the government’s banking policies on Tuesday. They were protesting against the Central Government’s decision that required account holders to retain a minimum balance of Rs 3000 in their accounts and consecutive charges of Rs 150 to be borne by the consumer after 3 transactions.

  • Indore: Congress observes Martyr’s Day on Azad death anniversary

    Dewas: Congress workers and leaders from Dewas observed the 86th death anniversary of freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad as Martyr’s Day here on Monday. Several party workers paid floral tribute to Azad here at Chandra Shekhar Azad statue in the town.

  • Indore: Congress workers thrashed by BJP men

    Indore: Congress workers were allegedly beaten up by BJP workers when they went to Pardesipura police station to stage a demonstration and register an FIR against BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvergiya. The Congress workers alleged close links of Vijayvergiya with Dhruv Saxena, who is accused of working for Pakistan’s ISI.

  • Bhopal: Congress pays tributes to Mahatma Gandhi

    VIDISHA: Congress Seva Dal organises a programme of tribute at Mahatma Gandhi statue. All seva dal and congress workers assembled and paid floral tribute to Gandhiji, all the workers recited “raghupatiraghav rajaram, patit tapavan sitaram”.

  • Modi has made country ‘ghanchakkar’ says former MLA Sunil Jaiswal

    NARSINGHPUR: Congress workers, post officials along with former MLA Sunil Jaiswal went to many banks of the city on Tuesday. They distributed the water pouch to the people who were stand in the queue and also gave the information to fill up the form.

  • Mismanagement, cops play spoilsport

    Ujjain : Scenes of chaos coupled with commotion and clashes marred the festivity of Shahi Sawari of lord Mahakal taken out here on Monday evening.

  • Rishi not bothered by Congress naming public toilet after him

    Mumbai: Making light of reports that a public toilet in Allahabad has been named after him, actor Rishi Kapoor said he is thrilled to read about it as at least he will of some use to someone. The 63-year-old actor has courted controversy and faced wrath of Congress party after he attacked the practice of naming all the major assets of the country after the Gandhi family members during the Congress