Free Press Journal
  • Sensex plummets by 30 points

    Mumbai: Market benchmark Sensex plummeted by 310 points on Wednesday to crack below the 28,000 mark, its biggest single-day fall in nearly seven weeks, on heavy profit-booking in oil&gas, auto and healthcare stocks as investors judged the recent rally was overdone.

  • AIADMK men fall prey to sunstroke

    Salem, Tamil Nadu : The summer heat got to them more than the soaring political temperature:  Two AIADMK party workers collapsed and reportedly died of sunstroke during an election rally addressed by party chief J Jayalalithaa.

  • Vehicles crawl in traffic snarl as lakhs join rally of PM Modi

    BHOPAL :  Traffic went haywire as nearly 5 lakh people reached Sherpura, Sehore district thronged by buses, SUVs, cars for PM Narendra Modi’s rally on Thursday. The vehicles remain stranded in traffic jam for hours throughout Thursday on Indore-Bhopal Road from Sehore Nakka-Bypass Road following the PM’s visit.

  • Sec 144 imposed in Dewas

    Dewas : At the night of February 4 when the residents went to sleep the situation in the city was normal but when they wake up in the morning they came to know that section 144 is affected in the city due to the for coming rally of the well wishers of Narendra Rajouriya who died in the group clashes.

  • Trump ejects man who called him boring

    New York : Donald Trump ejected a man from a rally after he called the Republican presidential front-runner “boring”, an incident that comes close on the heels of a Muslim woman’s removal from his campaign event for protesting silently.

  • OROP umbrella group splits just ahead of its rally

    New Delhi  :  The umbrella organisation leading the agitation for ‘One-Rank, One-Pension’ (OROP) split on Wednesday, just three days ahead of a planned rally, with a key faction dissociating itself from the grouping, citing “lack of cohesiveness” and suggesting politicisation of the movement.

  • Maoists call shutdown to protest Modi’s Gaya rally

    Patna: Maoists guerrillas have given a day-long shutdown call on Sunday in Bihar’s Magadh division to protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in Gaya ahead of the upcoming assembly polls. Magadh – comprising Gaya, Aurangabad, Nawada, Jehanabad, Arwal districts – is considered a strong hold of Maoists, police said.

  • ‘World No Tobacco Day’ rally taken out in Indore

    Indore: Ashirwad Nasha Mukti Kendra, run by Indian Red Cross Society, organised a World No Tobacco Day rally in association with Nursing College under aegis of Indian Red Cross Society and Department of Social Justice on Sunday.

  • Ethiopian Israelis protesting police brutality attacked

    Tel Aviv :  Police fired stun grenades to disperse a rally by Ethiopian Israelis demonstrating in central Tel Aviv against alleged police brutality and widespread discrimination.

  • BJP eyes backward caste votes in Varanasi

    Varanasi, (Uttar Pradesh) : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah pitched for the welfare of backward sections of society as he addressed a rally in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary constituency Varanasi. Shah, who led the BJP to a historic win in Uttar Pradesh state during 2014 general elections, said that the party would repeat its performance in the 2017 assembly elections too.

  • Congress, protest rally, land acquisition bill

    Congress holds protest rally against land acquisition bill

    New Delhi: The Congress on Monday took out a protest march against the land acquisition bill. Hundreds of Youth Congress workers led by MP Raj Babbar and party leader Randeep Surjewala marched towards parliament raising slogans against the bill and the government.  “The BJP is anti-farmer and it stands exposed today… farmers and Congress will win this fight,” Surjewala said.  The contentious land bill has smoothly sailed through the Lok Sabha due to

  • Narendra Modi

    Delhi polls: PM Narendra Modi to address rally in Karkardooma today

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a rally on Saturday in east Delhi’s Karkardooma, as part of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) ongoing election campaign in the city. According to reports, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has also roped in as many as 120 Members of Parliament to address over 250 public meetings in the national capital. The BJP is also posing five questions everyday to its arch-rival Aam Aadmi Party

  • Amit Shah

    HC grants Amit Shah permission to hold rally in Kolkata tomorrow

    Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court has granted Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah permission to hold a rally in the city on Sunday. Justice Debangshu Basak, who gave the permission, named two special officers to ensure that the BJP complies with all the rules.