Free Press Journal
  • Cong, TDP, CPI form alliance in Telangana

    Hyderabad : In a major development, opposition Congress, TDP and CPI on Tuesday joined hands to form a grand alliance to take on the ruling TRS in Telangana in the ensuing Assembly elections.

  • Rahul tears into PM Modi on Rafale deal

    New Delhi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday asserted that Prime Minister Modi will never agree to a Joint Parliamentary Committee probe into the Rafale purchase as it will expose his deal with a “crony capitalist” who he tried to benefit.

  • Pawar decries PM’s divisive policies

    New Delhi : Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) supremo Sharad Pawar on Wednesday lashed out at Prime Minister Modi for his divisive policies and spread of communal hatred in the country.

  • 30,000 troops at Doklam against China’s 1,000

    New Delhi : Exactly a year after the 73-day military stand-off ended at Doklam with a semblance of “visible normalcy,” India’s defences are much superior with more than 30,000 troops and even a regiment of tanks lined up along eastern Sikkim facing the Chumbi valley as against only about 1,000 Chinese troops permanently stationed there, the defence ministry sources said.

  • Rafale deal: Shourie, Sinha, Bhushan demand CAG audit

    New Delhi : Two senior ministers of the Vajpayee government on Wednesday raised an accusing finger at Prime Minister Modi in the Rafale fighter aircraft scam, dubbing it as “a defence scandal larger than any so far.”

  • PM accused of spewing hatred against Cong

    New Delhi : The Congress on Thursday ridiculed Prime Minister Modi for spewing hatred against it whenever cornered. “If in Parliament Modi ji is cornered, he again starts speaking against Congress…It is baffling to see how much hatred PM Modi has for Congress party n its leaders,” Congress general secretary Ashok Gehlot tweeted.

  • Modi, teri Ganga maili: Cong

    The Modi govt has spent Rs 3,800 crore on cleaning the Ganga river, but instead its pollution has increased by 58% , Randeep Singh Surjewala,  Congress spokesman..

  • Troll victim Congress spokesman demands probe into ‘fake news’

     New Delhi : Congress chief spokesman Randeep Singh Surjewala is the latest victim of the trolls pushing “fake news” on the social media.  He sought an urgent action from both Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday against those falsely quoting him that he sought release of Mohd Irfan Khan arrested for the rape of a child in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh on the ground that “rape is

  • PM preparing ground for monsoon session washout, says Congress

    New Delhi : The Congress on Tuesday slammed Prime Minister Modi for launching attack on the opposition parties for trying to unite to oust him from power, suspecting that his confrontation attack may derail the monsoon session of Parliament later this month alike the second half of the budget session.

  • Congress collects Rs 20 lakh for man’s dream betrayed by Modi

    New Delhi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi early this month set up a crowd-funding campaign to fulfill the dream of Muktikant Biswal, an idol-maker from Odisha’s Rourkela, who walked 1600 km to remind Prime Minister Modi on his promise to upgrade the Ispat general hospital into a super-speciality hospital during his visit to the city.

  • Nitish snub forces rethink on PM’s Fasal Bima Yojana

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Modi has been harping on the crop insurance scheme he launched as Prime Minister Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) in his “Man ki Baat” and his video-conference dialogue with the farmers early this week, but he seems to have become wiser after Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar scrapped it in his state to endorse the farmers’ stand that the insurance companies were making huge profit at their cost.

  • PM showmanship at its best to prove no farmers in distress

    New Delhi : Known for his marketing expertise that even Congress President Rahul Gandhi acknowledged, Prime Minister Modi had a national televised “interactions” with the farmers on Wednesday through video conferencing that turned out to be a rehearsed affairs to use the farmers as props of the government’s programmes, with not a slightest hint of distress.

  • 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.

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    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.