Free Press Journal
  • The Seven Sages – Ramchandra Gandhi

    This book brings together some of his long essays and hitherto unpublished talks and writings on themes ranging from non-violence and karma to svaraj, brahmacharya and modern Indian spirituality.

  • Book Review: Coined – By Kabir Sehgal

    In Coined, Kabir Sehgal travels the world while presenting a multidimensional portrait of currency through the ages.

  • Sneak in style

    Sneakers have outgrown the typical youth street wear tag and emerged as a fashion accessory besides being a staple on runways, red carpets and in the workplace, writes KAVITA SHYAM.

  • Intimacy woes

    Unsure of sexual relationship

    My girlfriend and I are both 28 and have been seeing each other for a couple of months. She is quite sexually adventurous and has suggested that they must try a threesome with another girl. The thing is, while the idea turns me on I think my girlfriend could turn out to be “the one” and I don’t want to look back on this and regret it. It is kind-of spoils

  • Enter ‘Mukherjee Sir’ 

    We know that Indian education system is under severe strain under HRD Minister. The emergence of ‘Mukherjee Sir’ as teacher can still save the day, observes V GANGADHAR.

  • India: Yo-Yo Diets Can’t Promise Health

    If you were to ask celebrity fitness expert Leena Mogre for advice on the best way to get into shape then she would definitely recommend “substituting good food for bad food and combining that with appropriate physical activity”. After all, diet might help you drop the kilos but you will definitely have a tough time keeping them off. An excerpt from Total Fitness – The Leena Mogre Way, published by Random House,

  • British Brewing Company

    British Brewing Company: Different and exotic

    Lot of new restaurant have come that promise you with something different and exotic, but fall short in their expectation. But this is very unlikely of the newly opened Restro-bar named British Brewing Company. Restaurant in the heart of Inorbit Mall, Palm Beach Road, Sector 30A, Vashi, Navi Mumbai that take best of world cuisines, like, Italian, Mexican, European, and oriental under one roof and serve it in style.

  • “I am a stuntman first” – Akshay Kumar

    A fighter in more ways than one, AKSHAY KUMAR has time and again emerged victorious probably because he knows how to kick back – literally as well! PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA, in conversation with the star who’s at the top of his game.

  • BAJIRAO MASTANI’s Aena Mahal – most expensive set after Mughal-e-Azam

    Synonymous with larger-than-life cinema and grandeur, Sanjay Leela Bhansali outdoes himself and has created what might be his most extravagant set this far. The filmmaker has recreated Aena Mahal, on the lines of the mirror covered Mughal-e-Azam set and is the most expensive set so far after the cult film.

  • Anurag Basu

    Anurag Basu clears air on JAGGA JASOOS 

    Recently there was a buzz that RanbirKapoor’s JAGGA JASOOS has been delayed again, but director Anurag Basu clears all the rumors and Tweeted about the same.

  • Land City world premiere a packed house at Venice Film Festival 

    National Film Development Corporation’s Hindi language feature Island City‘s world premiere at the 72nd Venice Film Festival was a resounding success. A directorial debut of Ruchika Oberoi, the film stars Vinay Pathak, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Amruta Subhash and Chandan Roy Sanyal is competing in the Venice Days sidebar and had its premiere on 8 September 2015.

  • Surveen Chawla

    Surveen’s film joins TIFF line-up

    Bollywood actress Surveen Chawla’s film Parched, directed by Leena Yadav, is all set to premier at Toronto Film Festival 2015. The film is set in the heart of parched rural landscape of Gujarat, India. It traces the bittersweet tale of four ordinary women Rani, Lajjo, Bijli and Janaki.

  • Vivek visits his extended family in Vrindavan 

    Vivek Oberoi is a man of his words and makes it a point to live up to his commitments. The talented actor and philanthropist who turned a year older on September 3 kept his birthday celebrations on hold and travelled to Delhi to announce a huge sanitation initiative under the Swach Bharat campaign in association with Habitat For Humanity for ONE foundation and announced the development of over 1 lakh free toilets

  • AC mechanic dies of burns in city mall

    Mumbai : In an unfortunate accident, a mechanic burnt to death on Saturday while cleaning air conditioners at Odeon Mall in Ghatkopar.
    Nasir Sheikh, 26, worked with an agency contracted for the maintenance of ACs. Early on Saturday, Nasir was on the terrace where the centralised AC was located. “There was a leak in the gas cylinder of the AC due to which the compressor burst. Sheikh sustained burns and succumbed before he could

  • 7/11 blasts: Acquitted man walks out of jail after 9 yrs

    Mumbai : Abdul Wahid Shaikh, the only accused to be acquitted in the July 11, 2006 train bombings case, was on Saturday freed from high-security Arthur Road jail where he had been lodged for nine years since his arrest.

  • Japanese Cos keen to invest in state: CM

    Mumbai : On the last day of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s Japan tour, three Japanese companies have expressed their interest in investing in the state and handed over letters of intent under the government’s ‘Make in Maharashtra’ programme, the Chief Minister Office said. The CMO also said that the tour has been generating very encouraging response and many Japanese companies have shown keen interest to invest in Maharashtra.