Free Press Journal
  • Nothing like the Christmas spirit 

    Despite what the Hindutva forces say that Navratri and ‘Karwa Chauth’ are the most important Hindu festivals, we in ‘Ulta Phulta’ unanimously voted for Christmas and the Yuletide Spiri’.

  •  Office fashion redefined

    Making a fashion faux pas in office attire can ruin your position in the office. SAPNA SARFARE brings out formal-casual fashion inputs to avoid disasters and look your best.

  • The story of ‘Merry Christmas’

    MEERA S. SASHITAL speaks about the birth of Jesus Christ and the festival of Christmas.

  • Funny Face

    Remembering Audrey Hepburn

    “Funny Face” is one of the Audrey Hepburn movies that escaped me. So I was lucky to catch it at Rafique Baghdadi’s Saturday evening shows at the Press Club and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks to these film clubs that keep sprouting. The latest is believed to be of “The Indian Express.”

  • When Bollywood music took a trip down the memory lane

    With old hits like “Tumhe Apna Banane Ki Kasam”, “Ae Mere Humsafar” and “Jab Chaye Mera Jadoo” making catchy comebacks, the year saw music directors taking the ‘Old is Gold’ route as they revisited classic numbers from the past.

  • It’s food that comforts

    The chill is setting in slowly yet steadily. SAPNA SARFARE asks chefs to share recipes of the most interesting comfort food, which will be perfect for the winters.

  • Enjoy the simplicity of Vizag: The city of destiny!

    The port city of Visakhapatnam (Vizag) has golden beaches and hilltops with scenic views, making it an ideal destination to soak up the sun and enjoy the splendid view of the sea coast, writes Nerita D’Cruz.

  • Kajal plays a visually impaired girl in ‘Do Lafzon Ki Kahani’

    The trailer of Deepak Tijor’s directorial venture Do Lafzoon Ki Kahani has certainly created a lot of curiosity among moviegoers. Not only are the viewers excited to see a fresh pairing of Randeep Hooda and Kajal Agarwal but what has caught everyone’s attention is Kajal’s character in the film.

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    Sonam was under stress while filming NEERJA

    Actress Sonam Kapoor says she was under stress working in upcoming biopic “Neerja”, which is a story of a slain air hostess. The Ram Madhvani helmed biopic is on senior flight attendant Neerja Bhanot, who saved 360 lives on a Pan Am flight that was hijacked in Karachi in 1986.

  • Take a break

    Love them or hate them, you have to live with them –the ad breaks of various kinds in this market-oriented society where manufacturers vie with each other for consumer attention. But how does the target audience take them, or the ad-makers justify them? PRAMITA BOSE takes a look.

  • Indian Sports: Survival to Revival

    Despite flaws, corporatization of sports has given new life to relegated sports in India, writes Sumeet Naik.

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     Sports metamorphoses into glam

    V GANGADHAR says that corporatization of Indian sports has glamorized the sports.

  • Quest for auspicious Muhurat extends Laxmikant jail stay by a day

    BHOPAL : Former Minister Laxmikant Sharma will come out of the central jail on Sunday. Despite District Court issuing his release order, the execution was deliberately delayed so that he does not come out of the jail on Saturday. His release was put off to Sunday due to inauspicious ‘Kalratri’ on Saturday evening. Time between 8.30am and 11am on Sunday is considered to be good and that is why Sharma would be

  • Former Guv OSD Dhanraj Yadav released from jail

    BHOPAL : Dhanraj Yadav, who is an accused in Vyapam scam and was former OSD to Governor Ramnaresh Yadav, was released from jail on Saturday. Yadav got bail from High Court in Constables’ recruitment scam. Yadav has got bail in five cases against him. District Court issued his release order on the basis of his bail from High Court. The release order reached Jail in the evening and Yadav was released late

  • Cong deliberately blocking Modi way: Rudy

    BHOPAL : Goods and Service Tax (GST) Bill is pending because of the regressive policies of the Congress, which is deliberating creating problems for the NDA government and the Indian economy, said Union Minister of state (Independent Charge) for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, here on Saturday.

  • People unaware of real purpose of NGT: Expert member

    BHOPAL : Most of the people are not aware of the real objective behind the establishment National Green Tribunal, especially those of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, said expert member of the central zone bench of NGT, Dr. Devendra Kumar Agrawal, here.