Free Press Journal
  • Losing battle of facts on Rafale deal

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is steadily losing his battle with the opposition, especially the Congress president Rahul Gandhi over the facts on Rafale deal. Right now, he is not the defence minister but he is taking the most active part in defending the Government decision on the new agreement on Rafale purchases against blistering attacks by Rahul Gandhi who has termed the deal announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Paris in

  • ‘You are Rahul Gandhi, not Chinese Gandhi’: BJP mocks Congress chief on Mansarovar visit

    New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Rahul Gandhi on his Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday said that the Congress president is obsessed with China. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra, while addressing a media briefing, asked Gandhi why he is behaving like a Chinese spokesperson and took a dig by reminding him that he is “Rahul Gandhi, not Chinese Gandhi”.

  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi calls Rahul Gandhi ‘Gappu’, says his political journey from Pappu to Gappu is full of lies

    New Delhi: Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday slammed Congress president Rahul Gandhi for his latest remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in connection with the Rafale deal and demonetization. Speaking to ANI, the Union Minister said that the Gandhi scion’s political journey from Pappu to Gappu (the one who makes tall claims) is full of lies because of which he is making such bizarre statements against the government.

  • Rafale! What’s the big deal about it?

    With Congress and BJP being constantly engaged in a war of words on the Rafale deal, the multi-billion fighter jets deal has become the talking point of every debate. In April 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced that India will buy 36 French-manufactured Rafale fighter jets off-the-shelf from Dassault, the French aircraft builder, and integrator. India and France signed a deal worth euro 7.87 billion (Rs 59,000 crore approximately) in September

  • Demonetisation has affected Gandhi family the most, says BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that the Congress president Rahul Gandhi is criticizing demonetisation because it was adversely affected by the currency swap. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra while addressing a press conference here accused the Gandhi family of looting public money and said that the Congress is creating the brouhaha because all the money they looted became worthless post demonetisation.

  • Congress launches "Save the Constitution" campaign

    Less than 6 hours left: Rahul Gandhi reminds Arun Jaitley over Rafale JPC deadline

    New Delhi: Young India is waiting for a decision on a joint parliamentary committee on the Rafale deal, Congress president Rahul Gandhi told Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today, a day after he gave him 24 hours to “check and revert” on the issue. As Indian Youth Congress workers gathered outside the AICC office in preparation for a protest march to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s residence on the

  • Rahul Gandhi has ripped open old wounds

    Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s penchant for foot-in-the-mouth remarks is low-hanging fruit for his political opponents. He does it all the time and winds up being lampooned on social media.

  • Ahead of elections, Rahul Gandhi to undertake Kailash Mansarovar Yatra in September

    New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi is likely to undertake the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra in the first week of September and may leave later this week for the journey, sources said here.   Gandhi had desired to undertake the Yatra during Karnataka assembly elections and had announced it at the party’s ‘Jan Aakrosh Rally’ at Ramleela maidan on April 29.

  • Rahul Gandhi, Kerala floods

    Rahul Gandhi in Kerala: Any unconditional financial support should be accepted

    Kochi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that any unconditional financial support from anywhere should be accepted, as it will bring solace to flood-hit Kerala. Gandhi made the remark while speaking to reporters before beginning his second day trip to the flood-ravaged areas of the state. He was responding to a question on India’s ‘rejection’ of funds to the tune of $100 million offered by the UAE government for flood relief work. “My personal opinion

  • Rahul Gandhi at Bucerius Summer School

    Rahul Gandhi adds fuel to discordant Sikh voices

    For over three years, a revival of sorts has been visible in the movement for a separate Sikh state called Khalistan after the virtual decimation of the movement in the early 1990s when super cop K P S Gill ruled the roost with his unsparing ways.