Free Press Journal
  • Livelihood Or Motherhood?

    Shwetha E. George travels to interiors of Kerala, which has supplied nurses across the globe and understands the dilemma facing their families.

  • BRUXISM

    DR VIVEK SHARMA THROWS LIGHT ON A BRUXISM, A DISORDER OF TEETH GRINDING IN CHILDREN.

  • The man who could see the future

    RUBY LILAOWALA PROFILES ARTHUR FORD, THE MAN WHO COULD ACCURATELY PREDICT FUTURE.

  • WHY THE LOWER ENSLAVES THE HIGHER

    THE MOGHALS AND THE BRITISH MAY HAVE RULED OVER OUR BODIES AND CONDUCT FOR A WHILE, BUT WE MAY WELL END UP CONQUERING THEIR HEARTS AND SOULS. AND THAT IS A VICTORY WITH NO LOSERS, ONLY WINNERS, WRITES SUMA VARUGHESE.

  • Savour a Grand Thaliat Thane

    INDULGE IN THE VARIETY OF TASTES SERVED AT GRAND THALI WITH GITA HARI.

  • An Adventure To Sikkim

    “Sikkim is full of Serene Atmosphere and Mystical Sceneries”, says Laxmi Punjabi.

  • The House I Loved

    Tatiana De Rosnay An Imprint of Pan Macmillan Pages: 255; Price: £ 7.99 Paris, 1869. Houses are being razed, whole neighbourhoods reduced to ashes. By order of Emperor Napolean III, Baron Haussmann has set into motion a series of large- scale ren
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  • From Individual to Community

    Essays in memory of Malcolm Adiseshiah Sage Publications Pages: 252; Price: Rs. 695 This book brings together a set of papers that provides critical commentaries on various facets of the ongoing process of development. The book addresses issues t
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  • Mockery of Love

    Divya Vinekar Frog Books Pages: 76; Price: Rs. 95 The hand that slipped away. Those eyes that never met. The letter that was never written. The coffee that was never shared. Those fingers that never clasped.

  • Healing with Homeopathy

    THIS BOOK ARMS YOU WITH THE KNOWLEDGE AND CONFIDENCE TO RECOGNISE AND DEAL WITH A VARIETY OF HEALTH ISSUES IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME. IT IS AN INVALUABLE TOOL FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO TAKE CHARGE AND MANAGE THEIR HEALTH SAFELY, GENTLY AND
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  • MAKING NEWS…HER OWN WAY MAKING

    THIS BOOK IS ABOUT THE LIVES AND WORK OF SOME OF THE MOST OUTSTANDING WOMEN JOURNALISTS OF OUR TIME WHO REDEFINED AND GAVE AWHOLE NEW MEANING TO WHAT CONSTITUTES NEWS, IN TERMS OF VALUES AND THEMES. MAKING

  • Making it large

    SHIVANI JOSHI

  • A CELEBRATION OF GOOD CINEMA

    IN AN EXCLUSIVE TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW SUBHASH GHAI TALKS TO SHIVANI JOSHI ABOUT SPECIAL CELEBRATIONS ON INDIAN CINEMAalt39S 100 YEARS, AND THE CHANGE THAT HAS OCCURRED OVER THE TIME

  • Ice- cream to the rescue?

    HOT SELLING ICE CREAM BRANDS CAN BRING NARENDRA MODI CLOSER TO THE US, SAYS V. GANGADHAR.

  • WELL MATCHED!

    The sari, the six and a half yards wonder, has always been a symbol of Indian womans apparel. But somehow it also got associated with a sati savitri image.

  • IFA 2012 On track with more innovations, products and trends

    OVER 300 OF THE TOP TECH JOURNALISTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD ASSEMBLED IN DUBROVNIK, CROATIA ( NORTHERN EUROPE) TO ATTEND THE IFA GLOBAL PRESS CONFERENCE 2012 TO GET UPDATED ON THE LATEST TRENDS AND PRODUCTS IN THE WORLD OF CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
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  • ENGAGEMENT

    EXHIBITION . An exhibition of recent works by Chandrakant Tajbije titled alt145 Village Lifealt39till May 15, daily from 11 am to 7 pm at Jehangir Art Gallery, Gallery No. 3.

  • AGONY AUNT

    DR. ANJALI CHHABRIA ANSWERS PERSONAL QUERIES.