Free Press Journal
  • the lost generation

    The Lost Generation

    In The Lost Generation, Nidhi Dugar Kundalia narrates the unforgettable stories of twelve individual professionals — from the hauntingly beautiful rudaalis to the bizarre tasks of a street dentist — uncovering the romance, tragedy and old-world charm of India’s ageing streets and its incredible living history.

  • Karmayogi — A Biography of E. Sreedharan

    This fascinating book looks back on an extraordinary career full of sterling achievements-Sreedharan’s years with the Railways, the building of the Kolkata Metro and the Konkan Railway, followed by the Delhi Metro, and the many metro projects he is involved with now.

  • All that glitters…

    With Maharashtra Chief Minister’s wife picking a pure gold chain out of thin air, we can presume the state’s economic problems are finally over. Or are they? V GANGADHAR finds out. 

  • Life Navigators

    They navigate you through your personal and professional problems. They are life coaches. In other words, they don’t mind their business. They make your business theirs says Farhana Madar

  • Shades of Grey

    Grey is the colour this season. Some suggest EL James’s erotic romance Fifty Shades trilogy & later bestseller Grey is at the core. Sapna Sarfare reveals more of the trend

  • Modi woos global investors at ‘Make in India’ week

    Mumbai: Unfolding the red carpet for domestic and foreign investors, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the “Make in India Week” here on Saturday, showcased as the largest event of its kind in the country to project it as the preferred global hub for manufacturing.

  • The anti-valentine sentiment

    Has the threat of senescence seeped into the spirit of Valentine’s Day? RAHUL SONI observes.
    There are many of us who will, during this Valentine’s Day, be figuratively forced in the footsteps of the saint himself. Forced to burn in the crucible of altruism while watching others receive pardon,

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul shown black flags on JNU campus

    New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was on Saturday shown black flags during his visit on the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus to meet students protesting for the release of Student Union president Kanhaiya Kumar.

  • Love, Actually

    Book nerds come celebrate Valentine’s Day with Manasi Y Mastakar as she takes you on a journey called love.

  • Rape case

    Minor girl accuses RJD MLA of kidnapping, rape

    Nalanda: A minor girl in Bihar’s Nalanda District has levelled charges of kidnapping and rape against the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MLA from Nawada, Rajballabh Yadav.

  • JNU row: CPI-M tells Kejriwal to conduct independent probe

    New Delhi: Communist Party India (Marxist) general secretary Sitaram Yechuri on Saturday met Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and demanded an independent probe into the Jawaharlal Nehru University row.

  • India summons US amb over move to sell F16 jets to Pak

    New Delhi: Reacting strongly, India today summoned US Ambassador Richard Verma to convey its “displeasure and disappointment” over Obama administration’s decision to sell F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan.

  • Guardiola is a football Einstein: Dani Alves

    Barcelona: Barcelona defender Dani Alves has hailed former coach and present Bayern Munich tactician Pep Guardiola as a “football Einstein” and says he will surely succeed at Manchester City. Guardiola is supposed to take over from Manuel Pellegrini at City next season. When the Spaniard was at Camp Nou, Alves had spent four seasons under him. “His secret is he gets you to see things differently. He is a football Einstein. For

  • Eight killed, 40 injured in Gujarat bus accident

    Ahmedabad: At least eight persons were killed and 40 passengers injured when a Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) bus they were travelling in overturned on a state highway in Amreli district on Saturday afternoon.

  • What impacts the mind?

    We are all blessed with remarkable discriminatory power. It is for us to break the barrier and exit the comfort zone to become achievers through sacrifice, writes RAVI VALLURI.

  • More major attacks in Europe ‘a certainty’: French PM

    Munich: More major attacks in Europe are a “certainty”, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls told an audience at the Munich Security Conference today. “We have entered – we all feel it – in a new era characterised by the lasting presence of ‘hyper-terrorism’,” said Valls, whose country was hit by two Islamist attacks last year. “We must be fully conscious of the threat, and react with a very great force and great lucidity. There will be attacks. Large-scale attacks. It’s a

  • Why people become emotional

    The degree of wish fulfilment, too, determines the intensity of emotions, says Dr SHRIRANG BAKHLE.