Free Press Journal
  • Rajinikanth extends support to PM Modi’s ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’

    Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth on Friday said he extends his full support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ movement, adding that “cleanliness is godliness”. “I extend my full support to our honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modiji’s Swachhata Hi Seva mission. Cleanliness is godliness,” Rajinikanth tweeted.

  • Rahul Gandhi attacks Centre over intolerance, says divisive forces ruining nation’s reputation

    New York: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi in a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government said that incumbently divisive politics is being practiced in India. While addressing a gathering at Times Square in New York, Gandhi said that people around the globe are questioning that why tolerance level in India is reducing and where is that harmony which once prevailed.

  • We are not competing well with China: Rahul Gandhi in Princeton

    New Jersey: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has said that India is not competing well with China. Rahul, while addressing students at the Princeton University on Tuesday, said that it was very important for India to compete with China expeditiously as it is moving ahead with ‘tremendous power.’

  • Shaming ‘shell’ company directors a good step

    The ‘name and shame’ exercise involving public disclosure of the lists of disqualified directors of ‘shell companies’ across the nation as well as those associated with struck-off companies is a laudable initiative by the Narendra Modi government. While unmasking such black sheep is a step in the right direction, it is regrettable that these names were left out of public glare and in a sense shielded and given a free rein while

  • Why isn’t the Oppn on red alert?

    Opposition continues in reactive rather than pro-active mode, rousing itself occasionally to condemn the government and/or Narendra Modi and making desultory attempts at forging a united front. The humble farmers of Mandsaur and Sikar are proving a more effective opposition than the UPA & friends. With the Lok Sabha elections just 18 months away and the aam aadmi clearly unhappy, why aren’t the opposition parties on red alert?

  • Bhopal: Muslims submit memorandum for Rohingiyas’ safety

    Bhopal: Expressing concern that Prime Minister Narendra Modi never talked to his counterpart in Myanmar for peace, Muslims on Tuesday submitted a memorandum in which they said that central government should withdraw affidavit from Supreme Court regarding Rohingiya Muslims.

  • Ram Madhav takes on Rahul over defense of dynastic politics

    New Delhi : Without naming Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi who defended dynastic politics in India at a function in the US, senior BJP leader Ram Madhav on Tuesday said the opposition’s love for dynasty and black money were strange, reports IANS.

  • Modi govt’s focus on making life better

    It is only in recent times that a change has been detected. Arguably, Narendra Modi was the first politician who made us consciously aware of the shift in Indian attitudes. Modernity is no longer shunned; it has become a point of aspiration.  Indians are no longer content to see themselves as a struggling Third World country

  • Mayaben Kodnani was in Assembly session, hospital on day of Naroda Gam riot says Amit Shah

    Gandhinagar: Responding to court directions, BJP national president Amit Shah appeared before the special CBI court in Ahmedabad on Monday. A former minister in the Narendra Modi government in Gujarat, Mayaben Kodnani, who is an accused in the 2002 Naroda gam riots case, had called Shah as a witness for the defence.

  • Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi might have instructed Manish Tewari to post against PM Modi

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday said that the Congress top rung might have instructed party leader Manish Tewari to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the social networking site. BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said that Tewari who is recognized as a good and a sensible person has spoiled his image by making an obscene remark against the Prime Minister.

  • One should be passionate enough like Indore: CM

    Indore: In his own admission, whenever one comes to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan with something seemingly difficult to achieve, he motivates the person with the example of Indore, the city which “never gives up on a challenge.” Hailing Indore as a city with never-say-die attitude, the CM, while addressing a function Sewa Diwas organised by Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) to celebrate the birthday Prime Minister Narendra Modi in city on Sunday,

  • Bhopal: Minister digs pit at Uike’s household for toilet to mark PM’s birthday

    Bhopal: On Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday on Sunday, revenue minister Uma Shankar Gupta launched construction of toilet at Kamal Singh Uike’s house in Sevania-Gaud under ward no 26. During visit to the state capital on August 20, BJP national president Amit Shah had visited Uike’s house along with chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state party president Nandkumar Chauhan and had enjoyed daal-baati, baigan bharta, Kadi-chaval and sweets in lunch. It

  • Amit Shah compares Narendra Modi with Sardar Patel, BR Ambedkar

    New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah on Sunday bracketed Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Sardar Patel and BR Ambedkar and said Modi had started the economic integration just as the other two leaders had achieved the country’s territorial and social unification.