Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai International Film Festival 2016

    The stage is being set for the 14th edition of the Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF) for Short, Documentary and Animation films to be held from January 28 to February 3, the venues being Films Division, The Russian Centre and Sophia College Auditorium at Peddar Road and Doordarshan Studio at Worli.

  • Consumer is King 

    This is a very useful reference book which will benefit the common man, lawyers and professionals.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Judging the Bechara 

    Every Indian politician wants to be taken seriously by everyone including the Opposition. When that does not happen, he could end up as another Rahul Gandhi, warns V GANGADHAR. 

  • Make a statement

    Statement Pieces are the latest trend talks around in the fashion world. Sapna Sarfare shows how to be the centre of attention by picking the right statement pieces to suit your individuality.

  • Make this world a better place

    As people we have myriad expectations from life. We want to be loved, appreciated, helped and agreed with by people around us and become depressed if it does not happen. Our general conversation revolves around the ineptitude of the government and civic bodies, failure of social institutions, rising crime, and general lack of empathy and humanity in people.

  • The art of healing

    The healing has to be both physical and spiritual, says RAVI VALLURI.

  • How mood influences thinking

    The mood acts like a filter. Emotional events of the same emotion produce a bigger response, writes DR SHRIRANG BAKHLE.

  • Aloo Aunty's Veg Cutlet

    Irani café nostalgia at its best

    GITA HARI satiates her cravings for Parsi food at SodaBottleOpenerwala with the ubiquitous Dhansak, Parsi dal and Lagan nu Custard.

  • Katrina Kaif

    Leopards that should change spots… 

    The new year is a great time for a fresh start and the resolutions are looming. But somehow, we don’t trust celebrities to choose the right resolutions, so we’ve done it for them…and in the form of a song! So sing along, says VANESSA VIEGAS.

  • Prakash Jha has no intentions of going back to politics 

    Filmmaker Prakash Jha, who had wanted to become a MP but failed, says he no longer desires to associate with any political party. “I have no interest in becoming a part of any political ideology or party,” Jha said, reports IANS.

  • Brave heart Neerja Bhanot’s appearances for commercials 

    Neerja Bhanot who sacrificed her life while saving passengers from terrorists on board the hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 on 5 September 1986 and posthumously became India’s youngest recipient of India’s highest peacetime military award for bravery, the Ashok Chakra, was a well known face of renowned brands.

  • Tusshar Kapoor

    People like seeing me in comedy films: Tusshar 

    “Why will I move out of it, if it is working for me, what people like to see me in,” said Tusshar when asked if he would be trying out other genres than comedy.

  • Deepika Padukone

    Deepika opens about her Hollywood venture 

    “I am very excited. But I want to confess that I am very nervous. Most importantly I feel proud to be a part of a film where I get to flaunt my ethnicity,” Deepika said. “The reason they are roping me is because of my background. I really hope that I do well in the movie and people go and watch it,” said the actress, who was in the capital for the

  • Gadgets Galore at CES 2016

    The most exciting event in the field of electronics which wrapped recently had on display plenty of new technology that could any satiate gadget geeks’ thirst for all things electronic. Chandragupta Amritkar reports from CES, Las Vegas.

  • Mumbai’s de-stress mantras

    FARHANA MADAR lists some unique ways in which Mumbaikars are trying to beat daily stress.

  • The United States, our friends and allies in the Middle East, and the entire world are safer because the threat of the nuclear weapon has been reduced. John Kerry US Secretary of State

    Kerry in Riyadh to reassure allies over Iran

    Riyadh: US Secretary of State John Kerry, on a visit to Saudi Arabia today, again sought to reassure his Gulf allies concerned over perceived warming of ties between Washington and Iran. He also announced that the Syria Support Group of 20 nations and organisations will meet “very shortly” to help push peace in the war-ravaged country.

  • Sri Lankan refugee in India

    Australia concerned over illegal migration of Lankan refugees

    Colombo: Australia has expressed concern over the use of Indian coast to illegally migrate to Australia following the arrest of six Sri Lankan refugees while attempting to take a boat to Australia from Velankanni in Nagappattinam district.