Free Press Journal
  • Fusing the past

    Designers and fashionistas today are getting inspired by fashions from the past and fusing them into retro fashion, finds Avra Biswas

  • Ragtime in Simla

    Barbara Cleverly
    Publisher: Hachette India

  • Chaitanya Mahaprabhu: The evangelist of Bengal

    At the age of 25, he renounced his home and gave up teaching, became a sanyasi and took up the new name of ‘Chaitanya’, writes MEERA S. SASHITAL.

  • “Bollywood is more colourful!”

    American beauty Lauren Gottlieb tells Surabhi Rawat about her upcoming films and Bollywood in a candid chat…

  • The four-year fantasy 

    V Gangadhar reminiscences about the past world cups.

  • Small corns grow into big oaks

    The future belongs to the ‘minnows’. Let us facilitate rather than keep them on the sidelines. India too was an ODI minnow once, writes SUMEET NAIK.

  • Alia Bhatt Siddharth Malhotra

    Spotted: Alia Bhatt, Sidharth Malhotra on a movie date

    It is being rumoured that STUDENT OF THE YEAR cast and newbies in Bollywood, Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra are seeing in each other though they have been hiding their relationship from everyone! And adding fuel to the fire, is theirrecent appearance togetherin a public place. The rumoured-couple were recently spotted outside a suburban multiplex in Mumbai where they were seen dressed in casuals. What’s more, though Alia and Sidharth weren’t photographed

  • Varun-David Dhawan

     Varun Dhawan to play a double role? 

    Buzz is that after the success of BADLAPUR Bollywood’s very own chocolate-boy Varun Dhawan is all set to collaborate with daddy David Dhawan, yet again after MAIN TERA HERO, for another film! And though the news is not yet confirmed the news, industry insiders claim that the film would be a romantic-comedywhich will have Varun playing a double role. It’s also being said that this film would be directed by David Dhawan who will

  • Katrina Kaif

    “It’s a hard industry to work in”: Katrina Kaif

    She battled Hindi diction woes and the ‘outsider’ tag to win over Bollywood audiences and has worked with top-notch stars and filmmakers in her over decade-long acting career. Model-turned-actress Katrina Kaif says the industry only has space for those who are passionate about their craft – age notwitstanding.

  • militants encouter

    First Kathua, now Samba

    Jammu/New Delhi : Terrorists struck again for the second time in as many days when two of them opened fire at an army camp on Jammu-Pathankot Highway in Samba district on Saturday and were killed in the counter attack.

  • India

    India still have to beat two big guns

    Mumbai : The month-long battle for the ‘Cup of Life’ has now narrowed down to four teams. And we have every reason to rejoice and ‘bleed blue’ as Team India led by Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni is all set to take upon the hosts Australia in one of the semi-finals.

  • Sonia Gandhi

    Sonia reaches out to farmers over land bill

    Bhiwani :  Taking the offensive against the Modi government over the farmers issue to Haryana, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday vowed to “fight” for their interests and asked the BJP-ruled states to ensure timely compensation for those affected by unseasonal rains and hailstorm.

  • India won because of umpires: Sheikh Hasina

    Dhaka :  Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said her country was “made to lose” the cricket World Cup quarterfinal against India, according to media reports on Saturday.

  • Reality hits closer home

    Mumbai :  A Catholic church in New Panvel node of Navi Mumbai was vandalised early on Saturday by three unknown persons who pelted stones at it and broke a glass window. A complaint was registered at Khandeshwar police station by the trustees of the church, identified as St George Church, at 9.30 am on Saturday.

  • IAS officer_D.K. Ravikumar

    Despite Sonia prod, no CBI probe yet

    Bengaluru : Facing increasing heat over the demand for a CBI probe into the mysterious death of an upright IAS officer, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday asserted that his government was not protecting anybody nor hiding anything.

  • Narendra Modi

    ‘States having objection to Land Acquisition Bill can continue with old law’

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the states could continue with the old law if they have an objection to amendments in the Land Acquisition Bill. “We felt that there was a need to bring some amendments in the law, we only wish for welfare of people and villages. If states have objection to amendments in Land Acquisition Bill, they can continue with the old law,” Prime Minister