Free Press Journal
  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi calls Rahul Gandhi ‘Gappu’, says his political journey from Pappu to Gappu is full of lies

    New Delhi: Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday slammed Congress president Rahul Gandhi for his latest remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in connection with the Rafale deal and demonetization. Speaking to ANI, the Union Minister said that the Gandhi scion’s political journey from Pappu to Gappu (the one who makes tall claims) is full of lies because of which he is making such bizarre statements against the government.

  • A Congress leader dared to call Rahul Gandhi ‘pappu’. This is what happened next

    The district Congress president of Meerut has been sacked for allegedly posting messages in a WhatsApp group addressing party vice-president Rahul Gandhi as “Pappu”. “Rahul Gandhi is also known as Pappu among a section of people. Pappu never took part in parties thrown by industrialists like Adani and Ambani because Pappu knew that these people would only exploit the common people’s resources. Pappu could have easily become the Prime Minister of this country but

  • Woman, son thrashed by 4 miscreants

    Indore : Four miscreants thrashed a woman and her son and also opened fire in the air to terrify them in Vikas Nagar area on Monday night. Police have registered a case against the accused.

  • Woman, son thrashed by four miscreants

    Indore : Four miscreants thrashed a woman and her son and also opened fire in the air to terrify them in Vikas Nagar area on Monday night. Police have registered a case against the accused.

  • 56 bonded labourers rescued in J&K      

    NEW DELHI: Forty-year-old Pappu has toiled day and night at a brick kiln in Jammu. He spent days without food and water and was made to work rigourously for three months before being rescued by an NGO. He along with 55 others were in Delhi on Saturday sharing their painful tale. A city-based organisation Bandhu Mukti Morcha (Bonded Labour Liberation Front) had rescued the 55 labourers, which included 21 women, from the

  • Badaun rape accused pass lie-detection test again

    New Delhi: CBI on Wednesday said the lie-detection test of the five accused arrested in connection with the Badaun gangrape case did not find ‘any deviation’ from their earlier claim of innocence. “No deviation has been found in the statement of the five accused who had been arrested by the Uttar Pradesh police,” a senior CBI official said. The five – Pappu, Awadhesh and Urvesh Yadav (brothers) and constables Chhatrapal Yadav and

  • Stone pelting in dist court premises

    Neemuch : Tension gripped the region when some miscreants started pelting stones on a youth in the district court premises. The youth suffered severe head injuries and was rushed to the hospital.