Free Press Journal
  • YSR Cong MPs say they will resign from Lok Sabha today

    New Delhi : Five MPs of the YSR Congress Party on Thursday announced that they will resign from the Lok Sabha on Friday to protest the “failure” of the NDA government to grant special category status to Andhra Pradesh.

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    United Opposition: Will Raj Thackeray play the role of a Kingmaker?

    The firebrand politician and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) supremo Raj Thackeray has struck again, but this calling out for united opposition for ‘Modi-mukt Bharat’. Raj Thackeray who has praised Narendra Modi earlier in 2014, has now turned against him and wishes to eliminate Modi from power in 2019 Lok Sabha.

  • Govt must come clean on Rafale deal: Congress

    New Delhi: On a day Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with French President Emannuel Macron, the Congress targeted the NDA government over the Rafale deal, alleging that it is turning out to be a “mother scam”, and asked it to come clean.

  • Big political gestures achieving little

    When the Bangladeshi leader, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman returned from visiting Japan in 1972 claiming to have obtained handsome aid commitments, India’s high commissioner in Dhaka wondered in his diary whether any Asian head of government ever went abroad “without creating a tremendous impact and achieving great success.” That seems especially true of today’s India with the media hailing every one of Narendra Modi’s frequent foreign forays as a spectacular triumph. Reports of

  • Centre has gone beyond its means to help Andhra: BJP

    New Delhi: The BJP on Friday said the claim that the Centre was not helping Andhra Pradesh was “deliberate distortion of facts” and asserted that the NDA government had gone beyond its means to help the state after its bifurcation. BJP spokesman GVL Narasimha Rao said, “Please do not continue with this propaganda that the Centre is not helping the state. The Centre has gone way beyond its means to help the

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    Chidu says economy going downward

    New Delhi : Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday took a swipe at the NDA government for claiming that the growth rate was better in its rule, saying it was lower than UPA’s 10 years average and was going downward.

  • Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi in Karnataka, tells people don’t trust those making false promises

    Bengaluru: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday hit out at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Central government over a slew of issues, including Rafale deal, demonetisation, Goods and Service Tax (GST), unemployment and others. Addressing a rally at Hospete in Karnataka, Rahul asked the gathering to not trust the NDA government, who make false promises and give false hope.

  • FIR against Mamata over NRC remarks

    Guwahati/Kolkata: The Assam Police today registered an FIR against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on complaints over her allegation that the Centre was conspiring to drive Bengalis out of Assam with the state’s National Register of Citizens (NRC) that is being updated.

  • Creating facilities to double farmers income, says Jaitley

    New Delhi : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said that the role of rural and agricultural finance has never been so important in the country as it is today because India has decided to double the farmers’ income at any cost and it was not possible without taking multiple steps.

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    Ujjain: NDA will make sincere efforts to arrest Dawood: Union minister Satyapal Singh

    Ujjain: “NDA government will make sincere efforts to arrest terrorist Dawood Ibrahim who has been hiding in Pakistan for a long time,” Union minister of state for human resource development Satyapal Singh said here on Thursday. Speaking to the media at the city press club, Singh, who worked as commissioner of police, Mumbai, before getting elected as Lok Sabha member from Bagpat (Uttar Pradesh), said he would not blame any previous government