Free Press Journal
  • Congress ridicules PM for ‘half truth’ at PIO meet

    New Delhi : The Congress on Tuesday ridiculed Prime Minister Modi for “half truth” of the highest ever fresh investment in India from abroad instead of admitting the lowest ever FDI investment in the past 13 years.

  • Oppn to take up cudgels against EVM once again

    A viewpoint in Cong is that Opposition parties should totally boycott elections in Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland unless EC agrees to revert back to paper ballots or counting of the VVPAT slips.

  • Mani blames Modi for creating controversy over his remark

    New Delhi : Suspended former Congress MP Mani Shankar Aiyar (76) says he is bewildered at the charge that his “neech” remark cost the Congress in the Gujarat elections and he squirms at the thought that “I should have brought down the party that has given me so much.”

  • No truce yet to end Parliament impasse

    New Delhi : The Congress on Tuesday claimed no truce is yet reached with the government to end the ongoing impasse in Parliament over Prime Minister Modi’s accusation of conspiracy with Pakistan on his predecessor Manmohan Singh and others.

  • PM Modi condoles Rajasthan bus accident victims

    New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday condoled the deaths of 30 people who were killed when a passenger bus fell into a river near Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur, saying his “thoughts” were with the victims’ families.

  • Now, Congress wants a 2nd apology from PM Modi

    New Delhi: The 2G judgment found instant echo in the Rajya Sabha with Opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad saying Prime Minister Modi has to now give two clarifications, the first on his charge of conspiracy with Pakistan by his predecessor Manmohan Singh and the second on the propaganda his BJP built on the alleged 2G scam to win the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

  • Congress’s working style, corrupt ways remain same: BJP on Rahul’s elevation

    New Delhi : The Bhartiya Janata Party on Saturday shrugged off Rahul Gandhi’s remarks immediately after his elevation as the Congress President, requesting him not to demean the basic nature of democracy in the country, shutting eyes to the nation’s progress under the Modi government.

  • Winter session: No govt business on opening day

    New Delhi : It never happens. Parliament is beginning its 3-week winter session on Friday without a single item of the government business on the opening day.

  • President, Prime Minister condole Shashi Kapoor’s death

    New Delhi, President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed condolences over death of veteran actor Shashi Kapoor. Kapoor died in a Mumbai hospital on Monday after a prolonged illness.

  • RAHUL’S POSER: Why only 4 power cos’ pockets are bulging?

    New Delhi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday fired third question at Prime Minister Modi on why pockets of four private companies filled with Rs 62,549 crore by buying electricity at exorbitant cost.

  • PM Modi belittled his position by hosting Ivanka Trump: Congress

    Surat (Gujarat) : Congress leader Anand Sharma on Wednesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi belittled his position by hosting US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Andhra Pradesh.

  • No place for those backing terrorism: Jaitley snubs Pak

    Surat : Commenting on the release of 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, while referring to Pakistan, said a nation that backed the growth of terrorism would not find a place in the global arena.

  • RaGa answers what is ‘shameful’

    New Delhi : Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took on Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attacking the Congress for “shameful” act of exposing Prime Minister Modi’s hand in the huge Rafale combat aircraft purchase scam.

  • Cabinet lifts ban on export of pulses

    New Delhi : Citing the highest-ever production of 22.95 million tonnes of pulses during 2016-17, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) chaired by Prime Minister Modi on Thursday lifted the ban on export of all types of pulses to enable farmers explore better remunerative prices.