Free Press Journal
  • Cong, BJP fight it out over surgical strikes’ video clips

    New Delhi : The release of purported video clips of the Army’s 2016 surgical strikes created a political furore on Thursday with the Congress accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP of politicising the surgical strike carried out on Pakistan in 2016, saying there have been many successful surgical strikes but never a prime minister resorted to ‘chest-thumping’ instead of admiring the valour of the soldiers.

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    Not only surgical strikes, entire Modi Govt is fake: Sanjay Nirupam Mumbai

    Mumbai: Lashing out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam on Thursday said that not only the surgical strikes but the entire NDA government is fake. Addressing a press conference in Mumbai, Nirupam said, “Not only surgical strike, the entire Modi Government is fake and PM Modi is the most fake person. In 2018 PM Modi comes to Mumbai to address on 1975’s Emergency and doesn’t talk about 2018.” Nirupam

  • Pakistan warns India against targeting its nuclear installations

    Washington: Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif has warned that if India launched a surgical strike on the countrys nuclear installations, nobody should expect restraint from Islamabad either, the media reported on Friday. Asif’s made the remarks on Thursday in response to Indian Air Force chief B.S. Dhanoa’s statement on Wednesday that if India needed to carry out a surgical strike, his aircraft could target Pakistan’s nuclear installations and destroy them, reports

  • Modi Sarkar turns 3: Six significant initiatives taken by the government

    Narendra Modi government complete 3 years in power today. A survey conducted by citizen engagement platform LocalCirles recently showed that while a majority of Indians still have faith in the Modi government and also there is room for improvement. Here’s a look at some major moves taken by the Modi government, the impact of which is debatable

  • President lauds note ban, surgical strikes; favours joint polls

    New Delhi : Lauding the demonetisation decision and the surgical strikes across Line of Control (LoC) as “bold” decisions in the interest of the country, President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday favoured a constructive debate on simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and Assemblies and funding of polls to eradicate money power.  The Government, he said, is committed to combating the “grave challenge” of terrorism and to ensure that perpetrators of such acts are brought to

  • If peace not reciprocated, surgical strike can’t be ruled out: Army chief

    New Delhi: Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat today made it clear that more surgical strikes cannot be ruled out as India has the “right to retaliate” if Pakistan does not react positively to offers of peace. Gen Rawat also said India needs to “wait and watch” the Pakistani response in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Highlights of PM Narendra Modi’s speech at Bhatinda

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Bhatinda today. The 750-bedded AIIMS will be set up with an outlay of Rs 925 crore and would be spread over 177 acres of land on the Bhatinda-Dabwali road. On this occasion PM Modi address the people over Demonetisation and other issues concerning India.

  • It will take more time to get Chandu Chavan back: MoS Defence

    Mumbai: Continous efforts are being made for the safe return of 22-year-old Indian soldier Chandu Chavan from Pakistan but the process will take more time, according to Minister of State for Defence, Subhash Bhamre.

  • All-party meeting on November 15

    New Delhi: Government has convened an all-party meeting on November 15 on eve of commencement of winter session of Parliament where issues like demonetisation, surgical strike and triple talaq are likely to come up for discussion.