Free Press Journal
  • Sell me a story at the FICCI FYI

    The recently concluded three-day writers-producers meet organised by FICCI in Mumbai resulted in over 3000 storytelling sessions, writes Aditya Sharma

  • Wedding Wows – Strange but true

    Khushnuma Jabulee investigates some of the most unique weddings to take place in India.

  • Is Phuket past its prime?

    Uday K Chakararoty finds out how overdevelopment can degrade even the most beautiful of beach resorts.

  • “I am not objectified unless I want to be”

    Interviewers piously take pot-shots at her, while secretly unable to believe they are actually sitting across their fave sex goddess in the flesh. And in the midst of it all, Sunny sitting pretty and definitely not rushing to rewrite her history. Nichola Pais notes.

  • Jacqueline’s dad is proud of her

    A lot of people may not be aware of the fact that Jacqueline Fernandez’ dad is a former DJ who used to play at night clubs. Though he has retired and now plays only at special events, there is one more interesting thing that people are unaware of.

  • Purab Kohli kicks the butt for good

    Purab Kohli has called it quits with a habit he has been addicted to for over a decade now. The actor has given up smoking for good. This comes as a fresh step towards healthy lifestyle changes that he has been meaning to make for a while now.

  • How Bollywood actresses achieve near perfect figures?

    This world’s health day how can we avoid our good eating habits. Let’s have a look on our how our Bollywood stars take their eating routines seriously which in return give them good physique and skin.

  • Manish Paul loses 15 kgs for his next

    Manish Paul has recently been sporting a lean physique, which he worked hard to achieve over the course of 4 months.

  • When Aishwarya Rai walked bare foot on the set of Sarbjit

    The B-Town beauty queen Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is evidently known for her grace and elegance, but the people close to her have more to talk about her inner beauty. The actress who is portraying the character of Sarabjit Singh’s sister, Dalbir Kaur in Omung Kumar’s upcoming biopic Sarbjit did something that moved all the crew members.

  • Aanad L Rai’s hattrick of National Awards

    Amongst the country’s finest filmmakers, Aanand L Rai, has much reason to celebrate as his blockbuster, Tanu Weds Manu Returns, won 3 prestigious National Awards this year. One of the India’s biggest honors, The National awards, not only cover the entire national spectrum of Indian Cinema but have also become a merit yardstick for artistic, competent and meaningful cinema.

  • In pursuit of peace and happiness

    The mantra of happiness and peace magnifies if we increase our acceptance quotient and truly live in the present moment, writes Ravi Valluri

  • How would you like your mind to be?

    We see so many people around us. We keep meeting so many personalities. Every personality has many different features. Sometimes, we like a particular feature of a person’s personality or mindset. For example, you may wish that you could be as bold as a particular person and think like, “He has no stage fright or he talks so coolly, easily, fluently on stage in front of audience. I wish I

  • Colour Me Blue: ‘Tress’ing on denim

    Denim Hair is the latest trend to hit the world of tresses. Sapna Sarfare brings in more grub regarding this rather offbeat but fascinating style.

  • Ulta Pulta: Protecting the Royal Couple

    In this crisis-prone world celebrities are vulnerable and the countries they come from and the ones that host their visits have to offer them super-special security. With the British royal couple, Prince William and Duchess Kate in India, both the Indian and British governments are not sparing any efforts with their super security measures. V Gangadhar investigates.

  • e-pundit: Capturing audios, predicting future and more

    Capture that audio

    If you like audio as much as I do, then you’ll find this useful. It’s a YouTube video which promises to teach you “how to capture great audio on your smartphone microphone and edit (it) with the free Audacity audio software”.

  • Keeping Cool: Tides in economic affairs

    In order to survive a economic slump, one needs to make smart investments and be calm in such trying times, says Tensing Rodrigues.