Free Press Journal
  • “Acting has defined my identity”, says Ekavali Khanna

    Valentine’s Day is long gone, but filmmaker Harish Vyas is all set to rekindle that long lost flame of love and longing in desi style in ‘Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain‘ (AMKH); the film is set to hit the theatres this Friday. Set in Varanasi, the film boasts of real-life characters and offers a sneak peek…

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  • Periods, Menstrual Hygiene Day, Menstrual Hygiene, Health, Weekend, Weekend reads,

    Let’s talk period! Making the monthly cycle of woes hygienic

    In the run-up to the Menstrual Hygiene Day that is marked all over the world on May 28, meet people and get to know about the products devised by them that are an endeavour to make the monthly cycle of woes a healthy, hygienic and happy one for many women across the country. Author and…

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  • Geendar Utsav in Momasar: Celebrating Rajasthan in all its splendour

    Geender Utsav in Momasar celebrates the rich tradition and cultural heritage of Rajasthan and adds a beautiful hue to the festival of colours – Holi, writes Shillpi A Singh When we think of Holi, we think of colours, water sprinklers, water balloons and meeting and greeting friends, acquaintances over gujia, bhang and thandai. When we…

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  • Vacation Time! Summer fun for the little ones

    As a parent are you still grappling to find a meaningful engagement to keep your kid busy this summer vacation? Look no further. Shillpi a Singh list of some activities to make it fun-filled for them   It is that time of the year, eagerly awaited by children, but dreaded by most parents. And the…

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  • Acute congestive glaucoma, eye special, health, weekend, weekend reads, vision, eye related problems, eye condition

    Acute congestive glaucoma: Keep an eye on your vision

    Shillpi A Singh speaks to experts about acute congestive glaucoma an uncommon condition where the pressure in the eye suddenly rises, which might cause vision loss PR professional Poornima Chauhan, 24, was almost caught unawares and one fine day, she woke up with a blurred vision, almost unable to see objects even at arm’s length….

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  • Richa Anirudh: The uncrowned queen of the television world

    The uncrowned queen of television, Richa Anirudh is a journalist with social consciousness, scribing herself to causes that need attention, yours, mine and theirs, and cumulative action. She is back with her popular talk show Zindagi Live in a digital avatar as Zindagi with Richa to tell the untold stories of the unseen, unheard, unknown,…

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  • Why there is a surge in demand for co-working office space

    Conventional firms are increasingly switching to shared infrastructure. While employees get the perks, employers save on logistical expenditure through co-working spaces, writes Shillpi a Singh Imagine having an office space that costs considerably less than the expected commercial real estate rent, comes with high-speed internet, and all other facilities including printer, tea and coffee (perhaps…

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  • Meet 83-year-old Vimla Kaul, the village schoolmistress

    At 83, when most people retire into oblivion, Vimla Kaul still goes to school daily to teach underprivileged children of her school-cum-learning centre, and as a student to learn, laugh and live every moment to the fullest, writes Shillpi A Singh If octagenarian Vimla Kaul had to sum up her life in one word, it…

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  • Health, back pain, backache,treatment on backache, backache causes, weekend, weekend reads

    Persistent pain in the back? Here’s why you must not ignore it

    For some patients, persistent back pain may be an early symptom of a tumour in the spinal column, which if not treated on time may lead to cancer, writes Shillpi A Singh A normal pain in the back is what most of us suffer quite often and tend to ignore it on most occasions thinking…

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  • Dealing with early menopause: Causes and cures

     Menopause hits women between their mid-40s and 50s. But four in every 100 women between 29-34 years have started been experiencing early menopause. Shillpi A Singh finds more on the same  When Manjari Desphpande, 34, started having night sweats, hot flashes, mood swings, and sleeplessness, off and on, she casually went to see a physician,…

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