Free Press Journal
  • Centre, TN playing politics over Rajiv case convicts: Congress

    New Delhi : The Congress Monday accused the Centre and the Tamil Nadu government of “playing politics” over a cabinet recommendation to release all seven life convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, adding that the State cannot derelict its duty in punishing terrorists.

  • FTII row: Nihalani accuses students of playing politics

    Mumbai: Defending the appointment of TV actor Gajendra Chauhan as chairman of Pune-based FTII’s governing council, Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani has accused the striking students of indulging in politics and advised them to start attending the classes. The students of the Film & Television Institute of India have been opposing Chauhan’s appointment, alleging that he lacked the “credentials and vision” to head an institution such as FTII, which is supposed to give

  • Govt should stop playing politics with terrorism: BJP

    New Delhi: Refuting Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde’s charge that opposition-ruled states were opposed to formation of NCTC, BJP today said the government needs to strengthen intelligence gathering and coordination rather than “playing politics” on the issue of terrorism.