Free Press Journal
  • Karnataka BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa calls Rahul Gandhi ‘Baccha’

    Udupi: Karnataka Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief B. S. Yeddyurappa on Wednesday took a jibe at Congress president Rahul Gandhi and called him a “kid.” Yeddyurappa, who is the BJP chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming Karanataka assembly elections, asserted that his party would win over 150 seats.

  • Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi

    Time to create a sense of security and nationalism

    The difference between 2014 and now is that the UPA lacks a charismatic leader. It is widely accepted that Rahul Gandhi as a leader does not compare with Narendra Modi. But let’s bear in mind that in 2004, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a much taller leader than Sonia Gandhi but still did not manage to sell India shining to the voter.

  • BJP government is actively participating in corruption: Rahul Gandhi

    Mendipathar: Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on his second visit to poll-bound Meghalaya, hit out at the BJP-led central government today, alleging that it ”actively” participated in corruption by allowing bank-loan defaulters Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi to escape the country. Gandhi is on a two-day campaign trail in the north-eastern state till tomorrow with road-shows in Tura and Shillong and a rally in the Jaintia Hills scheduled on the last day of

  • BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan equates Rahul Gandhi with ‘barking dog’

    Gonda: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Brij Bhushan Sharan has equated Congress President Rahul Gandhi with a ‘barking dog’ after the latter launched an attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in connection with the over Rs 11000 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case.

  • Cong to NDA: Bring out white paper on banking system

    New Delhi : The Congress on Sunday alleged “fraudsters” were linked to the “highest echelons” of the BJP-led NDA and urged the government to bring out a white paper on the banking system which it said had witnessed scams involving over Rs 61,000 crore in the last five years.

  • Cong Plenary again in Delhi from March 16-18

    New Delhi : The much delayed 84th plenary session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) will be held here from March 16 to 18 to formally ratify election of Rahul Gandhi as the party president, three months ahead of his turning 48.

  • Cong doesn’t make false promises like BJP: Rahul

    Kailashahar (Tripura) : Rahul Gandhi on Friday appealed to the people of Tripura to vote for the Congress to bring good governance, saying unlike the BJP, his party does not make false promises.

  • Rahul Gandhi’s Karnataka visit good entertainment: Anant Kumar Hegde

    Bengaluru : Taking potshots at Rahul Gandhi, Union Minister Anant Kumar Hegde on Wednesday said “kota (fake) hindutvavadis” are taking birth and people would get “good entertainment” with the Congress president’s state tours.

  • Rahul questions Modi over Pakistan policy

    New Delhi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday slammed Prime Minister Modi for dithering on the Pakistan policy.

  • Congress President Rahul Gandhi slams PDP-BJP for ‘non-existent Kashmir policy’

    New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday slammed Jammu and Kashmir’s ruling PDP-BJP for their “opportunistic alliance and non-existent Kashmir policy”, in the wake of divergent statements by state Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman regarding Pakistan following the Jammu attack.

  • Congress tears into Mani Shankar Aiyar over pro-Pakistan remark

    New Delhi: Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao on Tuesday criticised Mani Shankar Aiyar for his ‘I love Pakistan because I love India’ remark, saying he might be expelled from the party. Rao told ANI that Aiyar should refrain from making such statements which would affect the Congress Party ahead of the Karnataka assembly elections.

  • Modi can translate a tiny bit of optimism

    Despite the buzz in a section of the Old Establishment in Delhi that Modi’s time is drawing to a close and that there is just no way the BJP can cross the 220 mark in the Lok Sabha, the game is still wide open.