Free Press Journal
  • Narendra Modi blasts opposition for ‘dividing’ the country

    Motihari: Amid nationwide protests by Dalits after a Supreme Court order allegedly diluting the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes Atrocities Act, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday accused the opposition of dividing the country. “They (opposition) are creating hurdles in the work of the government from the streets to Parliament. Today you have a government at the Centre which is working to unite the people of the country while the opposition is working to

  • Narendra Modi praises Nitish Kumar; vows to fulfill Mahatma Gandhi’s sanitation dream

    Bihar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday lavished praise on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and also pledged to fulfil the sanitation dream of Mahatma Gandhi. “Bapu ke sapne ko pura karke rahenge,” Modi told a rally of some 20,000 ‘Swachhagrahis’ (cleanliness ambassadors) to mark the Champaran Satyagraha’s centenary celebrations here.

  • PM Narendra Modi flags off 3 rail projects in Bihar

    Motihari (Bihar): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today flagged off a train between Katihar and Old Delhi, dedicated to the nation a loco factory in Madhepura and laid the foundation of a track-doubling project in Bihar.

  • PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate 16th International Energy Forum, largest gathering of Ministers to attend

    Marking the growing prominence of India in the global energy map, the 16th International Energy Forum Ministerial (IEF16) is being hosted by India and will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on Wednesday. IEF16 is the largest gathering of Energy Ministers from across the globe, industry leaders and heads of key international organizations who will debate the future of global energy.

  • Why Narendra Modi government has a problem with media

    Last week, the Modi government had a Trumpian moment. In a debate reminiscent of the battle between President Donald Trump and the mainstream media in the US – Trump often blames the ‘crooked’ media for all his problems as president – the Smriti Irani-headed Information and Broadcasting (I&B) ministry announced a notification that the government would suspend the accreditation of journalists found producing fake news. The notification had also proposed amended guidelines

  • Lutyens’ Delhi hits back at Narendra Modi

    The extent to which Lutyens’ Delhi is a microcosm of India or exists as a rarefied enclave is the subject of endless and inconclusive discussions. Whatever be the reality, this tiny corner of India’s Capital is always an interesting case study since its social influence far exceeds its spatial limitations.

  • Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi government over death of rape victim’s father

    New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday attacked the Narendra Modi government over custodial death of the father of a girl who had accused an Uttar Pradesh BJP legislato rof rape, saying that accused was roaming free while the victim’s father was been taken into custody by police.

  • Congress’ fast at Rajghat: Rahul Gandhi terms PM Narendra Modi anti-Dalit, BJP’s ideology oppressive

    New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of being “casteist” and “anti-Dalit”, and said his party will always stand against the BJP’s “oppressive” ideology. Speaking to reporters at Rajghat, where he is leading the Congress‘s nationwide fast against alleged communalism and non-functioning of Parliament, Gandhi also said the grand old party will defeat the BJP-led NDA in the 2019 general election.

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    Rahul Gandhi’s fast at Rajghat a ‘drama’, says BJP

    New Delhi: The BJP on Monday hit out at the Congress for observing fasts across the country over alleged increase in atrocities on weaker sections under the Narendra Modi government and dubbed it a party “drama” to launch its President Rahul Gandhi.

  • BJP Foundation Day: Rally sends city traffic into a tizzy

    Mumbai: This is the season of rallies and marches in Mumbai. But unlike the farmers’ march on March 12, when the protestors changed their schedule to ensure Mumbaikars weren’t inconvenienced, BJP workers, from Thursday night, were showing off their strength and creating major traffic jams.

  • BJP Foundation Day: Golden era will start when BJP takes Bengal and Odisha, says Amit Shah

    Mumbai: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which once claimed it would retain power with majority on its own in 2019 has come down and now asserted that it will come back to power with allies as National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by Narendra Modi. Amit Shah, party president in Mumbai said until and unless BJP will not win Odisha and West Bengal (in state assembly poll), it can not be said the