Free Press Journal
  • Kamasutra in the time of porn ban

    Doniger positions Kamasutra as a feminist text rather than a book offering “mattress-quaking sex styles.

  • Bylakuppe – A nation in exile

    The gradual change in scenery and the feeling of being transported to another country with every step one takes towards where the monasteries are located, adds to the mystique and charm of Bylakuppe, writes TENSING RODRIGUES.

  • Adventures of CID

    New Avenues for CID 

    TV serial CID and its ‘charismatic’ chief ACP Pradhyuman may not be Sherlock Holmes but as the serial marches to its18th year, some of its stars may think of the question ‘What comes next? V GANGADHAR, an unabashed CID fan, offers suggestions:

  • Nostalgia with Juhi Chawla 

    Audiences fell in love with Juhi in QSQT, for her innocence and charm. She shares key memories of this significant film in her career…

  • When festivity replaces fear!

    On the occasion of Nag Panchami, instead of hurting or killing a snake, people worship him. MEERA S.SASHITAL gives a glimpse into this festival.

  • Dravid Yatra Menu at Banana Leaf

    GITA HARI binges on neer dosas, appams, rasam and other dishes from South India.

  • A den of my own

    Much joking and rib-tickling go on about the ‘den’, a man’s preferred refuge in the house. But have a heart; men too need their cosy nook and seclusion to let the hair down and let loose the creative juice, discovers PRAMITA BOSE. 

  • Now, It’s ‘Start-Up India’

    PM resolves to encourage and fund start-ups to create jobs and promote the spirit of entrepreneurship.

  • Emotional farewell to Kumar Sangakkara

    Galle : The Sri Lankan supporters and players present at the Galle International stadium gave a fitting farewell to Kumar Sangakkara playing his penultimate Test match at the very venue he made his debut 15 years ago.

  • Virat Kohli defends 5-bowler plan, blames batsmen for defeat

    Galle : India skipper Virat Kohli  on Saturday stoutly defended his five-bowler strategy, saying the blame lays with the batsmen who failed to deliver while chasing 176 odd runs in the first cricket Test, here on Saturday.

  • Pak provokes on I-Day

    5 killed in multiple ceasefire violations by Islamabad .

  • Saina becomes first Indian to enter World Championship finals

    Jakarta : Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal on Saturday became the first Indian to reach the finals of the World Badminton Championships, assuring herself of at least a silver medal here. The World No.2 Indian notched up a 21-17, 21-17 win over Indonesia’s Lindaweni Fanetri, who was struggling with her right knee, in the semi-finals of the women’s singles.

  • Brilliant team effort resulted in great turnaround: Mathews

    Galle : Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews on Saturday called his side’s 63-run win in the first Test against India a ‘great turnaround’, saying that a ‘brilliant team effort’ saved the day for the hosts after they were in the dumps for the major part of the match.

  • Nishikori thrashes Nadal to reach Canada Open semis

    Montreal : Japan’s Kei Nishikori recorded his first ever victory over Spanish tennis icon Rafael Nadal in eight attempts, rolling to a 6-2, 6-4 win in the quarter-finals of the Canada Open here.

  • Western shoot down Navy  to lift Independence Cup

    Mumbai : Western Railway held their nerves in the crucial tie-breaker to overcome Indian Navy 5-4 via the tie-breaker in the final of the Independence Cup 2015 football tournament, organised by MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Saturday.