Free Press Journal
  • Blind healing

    GEHNA MEHRA visits an initiative from NAB ( National Association for the Blind) that train people as professional massage therapists so as to enable them to go out into the world (one that they cannot see) and earn a living for
    themselves without having to depend on anybody for their basic day to day needs. (more…)

  • ‘I am married and I would like to give time to my family’

    Actress Kareena Kapoor who is married to actor, producer Saif Ali Khan says that post-marriage her priorities have changed. What more, the actress who refused Zoya Akhtar’s much talked about upcoming film ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ where she is now replaced by Anushka Sharma says that she will do only those films that can give her enough time to spend with family.

  • Woman power…

    After Sonakshi Sinha and Priyanka Chopra taking boxing classes for their respective films, this time it’s Rani Mukerji who learnt krav maga for ‘Mardaani’ where she plays the role of a crime branch officer.

  • Action a choreographed dance: BIG B

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is currently shooting for his fictional debut on the small screen ‘Yudh’, says that performing action is like a “choreographed dance”. Interestingly the 71-year-old star has shot a few action scenes in ‘Yudh’ where the actor will be seen playing the role of construction company co-owner Yudhishthir Sikarwar.

  • ‘Babuji’ Alok Nath now on Twitter

    Alok Nath stormed the land of micro blogging site Twitter earlier this year and has somehow still managed to stay alive; and now buzz is that our beloved ‘Babuji’ has made an official account on Twitter!

  • Smoking is on the rise in India and the U.S.A

    Smoking kills. Despite the warnings and awareness campaigns and a special day against tobacco use, the addiction is growing in both India and USA. Judah Taylor from Kentucky and Sohini DasGupta from Kolkata report (more…)

  • Rajnath Singh

    Where are the jack fruits?

    Our police in the new NDA regime faces the challenge of unusual crimes which could tax even a Sherlock Holmes and a Hercule Poirot warns V GANGADHAR. (more…)

  • A Place Beyond the Pines

    Browsing through my spiral notebooks for past films (the titles are on the last page) is a pleasant pastime because time often dulls memory and titles may seem familiar but one often gets deceived. Often one ticks the good ones, but not always. Hence there’s always a surprise.

  • Do read The New York Times

    Each week we will get you some of the top stories that international papers and websites reported. Just in case you have been busy. (more…)

  • tv tune-in

    Hindi feature film “Manorama- Six Feet Under” on DD National at 3:00 PM.

  • App it Up!


  • Future Point 29 june to 5 July 2014

    Aries : The current transit of planets are not that much suitable for you right now but the future is bright. In this week you have to be particular in your work and also keep your documents in safe custody. Minor quarrels at home or office may occur.

  • Dragon dares again

    New Delhi :  Reacting strongly to reports that China has in its recent map shown Arunachal Pradesh as its territory, India on Saturday said “cartographic depiction” does not change reality on the ground and asserted that Arunachal was an integral part of the country.

  • Over 50 people trapped in Chennai bldg collapse

    Chennai :  Rescuers were struggling to save more than 50 construction workers trapped under the debris of a 11-storeyed building in the making that collapsed following heavy rains in Chennai on Saturday evening. At the time of going to the press one person was confirmed killed but going by the scale of destruction there were fears that the death toll could go up. Most trapped victims were migrant workers.