Free Press Journal
  • No Good Men Among The Living – Anand Gopal

    A heartbreaking story of mistakes and misdeeds, this book challenges our usual perceptions of the Afghan conflict, its victims, and its supposed winners. 

  • No Regrets – D N Ghosh

    Full of untold stories, No Regrets is an honest-to-goodness account of a glorious career spanning over six decades and covering some epochal events whose reverberations continue to be felt in the corridors of bureaucracy, banking and business to this day.

  • Suresh Raina: Rules and Roars

    Never underestimate the Indian cricketer, the modern breed. They are practising, in or out of the Indian team, waiting for more endorsements and rubbing shoulders with royalty and super kings of Indian cricket starting with Sachin Tendulkar. V GANGADHAR watches and reports on this wonderful cycle.  

  • Fashio Trends: Skirting short trend

    Get ready to wear short skirt in style with some great tips from designers on this latest fashion trend. Sapna Sarfare brings the details meticulously.

  • Sri Madhvacharya and his philosophy of Dvaita

    Having intuitively felt that he had finished his work, Madhvacharya is said to have mysteriously disappeared from his seat, while teaching the Attareya Upanishad to his disciples, leaving a big heap of flowers on it, writes MEERA S. SASHITAL.

  • Thoughts on World Heart Day

    Boundless love and compassion results in a healthy heart while any negative emotion results in imbalance, leading to physical discomfort like chest-pains, says RUBY LILAOWALA. 

  • Tamil Nadu steals a march in attracting most foreign tourists

    In July 2015, when the Union tourism ministry released data of the most favoured sate where foreign tourists flocked, Tamil Nadu name figured  right on the top. There is a reason why Tamil Nadu attracted 4.66 million visitors in 2014.

  • Maharashtrian Feast

    Under the aegis of ‘Kitchens of India’ ITC Maratha constantly strives to bring to table legendary cuisines culled from the interiors of states which have remained hitherto unknown and inaccessible to epicureans.  Continuing its relentless tradition, this time coinciding with Ganpati festivities it is Unique Tastes of Maharashtra festival at ITC Maratha’s Peshwa Pavilion served in the buffet during dinner, starting from 18th till the last week of the month.

  • Fear of failure motivates me to work hard: Alia Bhatt

    At 22, she has turned out to be a bankable actor with films as diverse as “Highway”, “2 States” and “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania”. But getting the limelight at a young age has not made Alia Bhatt ignore the “fear of failure”.

  • TALVAR’s pre-production cost equals to that of post production

    Extensive research has gone into making of the film TALVAR as the film showcases to the audiences three point of views relating to double murder case. TALVAR, which is loosely based on the Noida double murder case, involved extensive research and verification of facts which stretched over a period of months.

  • Kabir Khan

    We wish this story were true! – Kabir Khan

    HUSSAIN ZAIDI and KABIR KHAN, share anecdotes and information on the making of edgy political thriller PHANTOM, with PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA.

  • The Father through the lens

    For millions of Indian children today, Gandhi is identified with the bald, bespectacled old man whose face appears in the currency note. Within this ambience of anonymity and ignorance, Hindi cinema has succeeded to some extent in liberating the Father of the Nation from his captive anonymity frozen on rectangular pieces of paper to celebrate the principles he lived by. On the occasion of his birth anniversary, SHOMA A. CHATTERJI looks at

  •  Are you forcing your children to chase grades?

    Shefali Tsabary, an expert in family dynamics and personal development, shares her childhood experiences and her outlook on dealing with the perennial race for good grades.

  • BCCI chief yet again?

    Ex-BCCI chief emerges consensus candidate for ruling Anurag Thakur faction as well as the Sharad Pawar group.

  • KEM thrashing: 4500 docs on indefinite strike from today

    Mumbai : Around 4,500 resident doctors from 14 medical colleges of Maharashtra have decided to go on an indefinite strike from 8 am today (Sunday) to protest over failure of the government and police to take appropriate action against the four alleged offenders under the Doctors Protection Act (DPA) 2010. This has come after three doctors of KEM hospital were assaulted by the kin of the 3-year-old boy who died of dengue on

  • Modi bonds with his Gang of Four at UN

    We are legitimate candidates for UNSC membership, says G-4 even as PM pushes for reforms in a ‘fixed timeframe’.