Free Press Journal
  • Visa sticker and other matters of soul

    This book is a delightful and endearing account of a young mother’s experiments with raising her daughter in the Indian spiritual way while living in atheist China.

  • Agony Aunt

    My wife doesn’t socialise with my work colleagues

  • Istanbul: Ottoman state of mind

    Living life Sultan-size in the Çırağan Palace is an undeniably hedonistic affair, with the Hamam ritual being the most momentous and unforgettable aspect of it all, writes Rubina A Khan

  • Banabhatta: The great Sanskrit poet

    He, it is learnt, used to use clear demarcation between the Brahmins of the society and the rest of the general public, writes Meera S. Sashital.

  • Writing a will

    Wills: Splitting Heirs

    Devil lies in the details when it comes to wills says Aditya Parikh.

  • Kerala Elephants

    The Elephant Question

    The debate that elephants should not be caught and kept in captivity is reviewed. There is a brief description of Kerala temple festivals, a drama in which elephants are the main actors, writes C V Bhuvaneswari.

  • They deserve love too

    Rubina Khan profiles Adhar which works for mentally challenged children.

  • Bandh in State to condole comrade Pansare’s death

    Mumbai :  The communist parties have given the call for a state-wide bandh on Sunday (22 February) to condole the death of senior CPI leader, reformist and an icon of the progressive movements in Maharahstra, Com. Govind Pansare.

  • Corporate espionage accused

    It Can’t get bigger than this

    New Delhi : Shantanu Saikia, a former business journalist arrested in the corporate espionage case, on Saturday tried to pose that he was only investigating the spy scam in the petroleum ministry as a journalist and he had no role in leaking the so-called secret documents nor any such documents were recovered from him.

  • Mohammad mufti Sayeed

    Deal is on: Mufti to be CM of coalition

    New Delhi :  Two months of political uncertainty in Jammu and Kashmir after the fractured Assembly polls ended on Saturday with the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) striking a deal with the Bharatiya Janata Party to form the government by this month end with its patron Mufti Mohd Sayeed (79) as the chief minister for full term of six years.

  • Leak buries gas grid plan

    New Delhi :  The Finance Ministry tried to put a lid on the corporate espionage racket busted on Thursday because of the police approaching it with a top secret document on creation of a national gas grid seized from the gang because it was part of Arun Jaitley”s budget speech to be delivered on February 28.

  • Suicide pact rocks suburbs

    Mumbai :  Four planned suicides including that of two siblings, their mother and her live-in partner shocked Mumbai on Saturday.

  • Modi reaches out to critics Mulayam, Lalu!

    Lucknow :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a short visit to Saifai on Saturday on February 21 to attend the Tilak ceremony of Tej Pratap Singh Yadav, grand-nephew of Mulayam Singh Yadav, who is getting married to Bihar leader Lalu Prasad Yadav”s daughter Raj Laxmi. There was a rush to cheer him and get photographed with him among the family members of the Yadav family.

  • India

    India set to battle odds, South Africa

    Melbourne :  Buoyed by their overwhelming victory against arch-rivals Pakistan in the opening game, India will aim to turn the tables when they meet a formidable South Africa in the World Cup today.

  • Achuthanandan Criticised In Party Meet, Walks Out

    Thiruvananthapuram : The long-drawn factional feud in the Kerala unit of the CPM  reached a flash point on Saturday with veteran party leader V.S. Acuthanandan walking out of the party’s 21st state conference at Alappuzha.

  • It will be an exciting contest between bat and ball: Kohli

    Melbourne :  Virat Kohli on Saturday predicted an exciting tussle between his team’s batsmen and South Africa’s bowlers during the World Cup blockbuster at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • Party Above Everyone: Mukul Roy

    Kolkata: With speculation rife of a rift between him and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, party senior leader Mukul Roy on Saturday said the party is above everybody, reports PTI.