Free Press Journal
  • Chandidas: The Great Vaishnava Poet

    The bond between Chandidas and Rami was pure, spiritual love, divine and spotless by which they realised Lord Krishna, writes MEERA S. SASHITAL.

  • Too much fiction, too little variety

    The nature of mass entertainment in India is family-centric. But does it mean that entertainment begins and ends with daily soaps everyday from 7 to 11 pm, asks A. L. CHOUGULE.

  • It’s public but personal…

    There’s the lovely Ms Bhatt who’s cozying up constantly with beau Siddharth Malhotra but is keeping her lips deliciously zipped. Just when I was thinking their liaison was just a fly-by-night thingie that would vanish in broad daylight, these two are surprising me by going stronger by the moment.

  • App it Up

    Welcome to the official IPL app. This app is free of adverts, bringing you LIVE action, reaction and exclusive coverage of the IPL. Also included is coverage of Team India’s international tours and, the Champions League Twenty20 and domestic cricket in India. Requires iOS 7.0 or later, Android 4.0 and up.

  • Evelyn Sharma is a busy gal 

    Evelyn Sharma might be best known for playing blonde bimbos in big banner films but looks like the actress has taken it upon herself to change that about herself. She is someone who has a good head on her shoulder to go with that gorgeous face of hers, and she wants people to see it for itself.

  • Leaving Home With Half A Fridge

    Leaving Home with Half a Fridge is a heart-warming tale of one woman’s journey – about how she handled the dissolution of her marriage and her subsequent life as a singleton.

  • Another honour for Sajid Nadiadwala  

    Producer Sajid Nadiadwala, President of the The Indian Film and TV Producers Council has also given us a series of blockbuster hits like ‘Kick’, was recently felicitated by Ugo Ciarlatani, the Consul General of Italy for his irreplaceable contribution and commitment towards celebrating Italy through his movies.

  • Kashmir is special: Huma Qureshi 

    The people of Kashmir are having sleepless nights because of the tragedy of floods that has hit them again recently and our lovely actress Huma Qureshi is very close to the place as her family hails from there.

  • Book Review: A Grammar of Democracy

     According to the author the democracy in India can survive and grow by prevention of power of money in political and administrative processes and rising of moral and ethical standards in the society.

  • Rakeysh Mehra hires aussie talent for MIRZIYA 

    Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has got the Australian action director Danny Baldwin on board to shoot a night safari sequence in his next film, ‘Mirziya’.

  • Kareena KApoor

    Kareena Kapoor’s fashion mantra 

    She is the uncrowned Begum of Bollywood, everything she does creates a statement be it her going on a crash diet to squeeze into a size zero or simply proclaiming things like she ‘hates to handle guns and all that ammunition, it is best left to the male actors, for me I will do my best and look pretty’ or even things like ‘size zero is so passé, Saif likes me fuller

  • ‘Posture & Pain’: Meet the newly wedded couple

    Simple daily habits, such as hunching to read your smartphone, slouching in front of your computer can strain your spine and the surrounding muscles, leaving you vulnerable to serious back injury, says DR SADIYA VANJARA.

  • Active gains from passive investments

    Index Funds are designed for the passive investor to invest in the stock market. Should one invest? ADITYA PARIKH tells you.

  • Pondicherry – A French town by the sea

    It is difficult to get lost in the French Town – a grid of almost perpendicular roads anchored secure your wanderings, writes TENSING RODRIGUES.

  • Airbus flies extra mile to woo Modi

    Toulouse :  Emphasising that each of its A320 family of aircraft has a “Made in India” tag today, Airbus Industrie told Prime Minister Narendra Modi at its huge campus here on Saturday that it will step up its sourcing volume from the country to $2 billion.

  • Captain Amarinder Singh attacks Rahul

    New Delhi :  Voices against the elevation of Rahul Gandhi as Congress president grew with senior Congress leader Amarinder Singh on Saturday saying that the leadership should remain with Sonia Gandhi as a generational change cannot be done with a knife. “You cannot just make a generational change with a knife and cut them through. You have to gain experience by individually meeting people across the country and maintain people-to-people contact,” Am-arinder

  • Naxal Attacks

    Naxals attack again in Bastar: 7 Cops dead

    New Delhi :  Displaying their lethal fire power again, Naxalites attacked a special task force squad of the Chhatisgarh police killing seven jawans and leaving another ten injured as it was engaged in search operations in the Pedmal area of Sukma district in the Bastar region.