Free Press Journal
  • J-K: BJP ends alliance

    BJP General Secretary announced the decision taken by PM Modi and BJP President Amit Shah after a 3-hour long meeting by the latter with the deputy CM & ministers summoned to Delhi.

  • Strategy over four issues that may mar BJP’s victory march

    New Delhi : The RSS leadership has identified four issues that the Bhartiya Janata Party will have to tackle to win the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in a 5-day long closed-door brainstorming session of the BJP’s central and state organising general secretaries that concluded in the Surajkund holiday resort near Delhi on Monday. All these organising general secretaries are basically borrowed by the BJP from the RSS to run its show.

  • PM’s date with farmers

    New Delhi : Continuing his latest drive to directly connect with the beneficiaries of the government’s flagship programmes, Prime Minister Modi has fixed a date with India’s farmers on Wednesday from 9.30 am interact on what ails agriculture.

  • BJP strategising to negate OppN unity

     New Delhi : Senior BJP leaders are brainstorming, working on different strategies to overcome the Opposition ‘unity’ in the Lok Sabha elections next year, though Prime Minister Modi and BJP President Amit Shah have not put their stamp on any of the plans.

  • GRAND JUMLA?

    Housing to urban poor . On Tuesday, PM Modi took to video-conferencing to interact with the beneficiaries of his Awas Yojana, telling them that the govt is working to ensure every Indian has a home by 2022 when India celebrates its 75 years of independence.

  • MODI IS PUTTING HIS SUCCESS STAMP ON INCOMPLETE TASKS

     New Delhi : With the 2019 Lok Sabha elections approaching fast, Prime Minister Modi has devised a new method of claiming success for schemes and projects his government launched but which are nowhere near completion.

  • SLOW RISE OF DISSENT IN BJP AHEAD OF POLLS

    New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party is plagued by the voice of dissent rising in the party ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, though not against Prime Minister Modi but against the chief ministers.

  • BJP drops idea of simultaneous polls, but EC still working on it

    New Delhi : The ruling BJP has dropped the idea of early Lok Sabha elections or simultaneous Lok Sabha and Assembly polls propounded repeatedly by Prime Minister Modi even before the Karnataka results were out, but the Election Commission does not want to give up on any eventuality.

  • CongRESS focuses on FOUR years of ‘betrayal’ by Modi govt

    New Delhi : Even as the Bharatiya Janata Party celebrates completion of its four years of government on May 26, the Congress is organising the “Vishwasghaat Diwas” (Betrayal Day) on that day across the country in every state and district capital to stand with the people betrayed on every count since Prime Minister Modi came to power.

  • Tight security arrangements in place for PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: Tight security arrangements are in place for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to Odisha on May 26 to mark completion of four years of his government, officials said. Modi is scheduled to address a public meeting at the historic Baliyatra ground to Cuttack.

  • Niti Aayog shows how to eradicate reservation

    Instead of filling up its posts that would have warranted reservation, the NITI Aayog has been hiring ‘consultants’ claiming “procurement of consultancy services is not regular employment against the sanctioned posts and hence norms of reservation are not required.”

  • Congress flays PM Modi for eroding Ambedkar’s legacy

    New Delhi : Congress MP and former union Minister Kumari Selja on Saturday flayed Prime Minister Modi for usurping and eroding the legacy of Dr B R Ambedkar by simply paying lip service to him.

  • Lokpal meet: Kharge again declines invite

    New Delhi : Mallikarjun Kharge, leader of Congress in Lok Sabha, has once again refused to attend the meeting of the selection committee for the appointment of the Lokpal convened on Tuesday just as a “special invitee,” reiterating his stand to skip an earlier meeting on March 1.

  • It was a collective goof-up

    New Delhi : One can clearly see a loss of control and panic setting in now, said Rahul Gandhi, bestowing the authorship of the mindless media diktat on the Prime Minister.

  • Crucial to address challenges faced by farmers: Modi

    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday lauded the efforts of the farming community in India and reiterated the government’s mission to double their income and improve their situation in the country.

  • Congress busts govt’s veil on Rafale deal

    Cong released the controversial data from the annual report of the French giant Dassault Aviation to show they were bought at thrice the price negotiated by the Manmohan Singh government.

  • Parliament stuck for second day

    New Delhi : Parliament could not function on Tuesday for the second day of the month-long second phase of the budget session due to pandemonium on more than one issue and not the PNB scam alone.

  • Goa delegation seeks steps to protect iron ore mining sector

    New Delhi : An all-party delegation of ministers and MLAs from Goa, led by Assembly Speaker Pramod Sawant, on Monday submitted a memorandum to Union Transport and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari for a Central ordinance or any other appropriate step to override the Supreme Court’s directive on closure of all iron ore mines in the state after March 15.

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    Cong decries I&B minister’s whims

    New Delhi : The Congress on Saturday decried “unbridled, unchecked and uncontrolled whims and anger” of Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani and asked why Prime Minister Modi is mum about it.

  • Finally, govt wakes up tos hortage of fighter jets

    New Delhi : Months after Prime Minister Modi slashed the demand of the French Rafale fighter jets from 126 to 36, the government has woken up to the shortage cry of the Indian Air Force (IAF) to go for a fresh global tender inviting the foreign companies to make the fighter jets in India.