Free Press Journal
  • Tangled by Zentangle

    Besides Mandala, Zentangle is an easy to imbibe art form, a meditative art form which helps in augmenting our concentration by designing structured patterns and contriving alluring images, write DISHA PRASHANT.

  • Barcelona need to find form as title race gets tighter

    Madrid: Catalan football giants Barcelona need to put an end to a run of disastrous results when they entertain Valencia on Sunday or run the risk of seeing their lead at the top of the La Liga evaporate completely.

  • protect your money

     MF Investor in SEBI’s Durbar

    SEBI regulation of MFs basically consists of two functions: the regulation of assets management and the regulation of the marketing of schemes, writes TENSING RODRIGUES.

  • After 40 years, Rhea rescued from Tamil Nadu circus

    New Delhi: After four decades of entertaining in a Tamil Nadu circus, Rhea, a 53-year-old Asian elephant, is finally set to join her two pachyderm ‘colleagues’ at a Mathura rescue centre – thanks to the efforts of a wildlife NGO.

  • The paper magician

    BHAVNA UCHIL meets Rajendra Gole, an artist who creates life-like art-work.

  • Prince William, Kate Middleton visit Taj Mahal

    Agra (Uttar Pradesh): The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, visited the Taj Mahal here on Saturday afternoon after their return from Bhutan.

  • Ayurveda

    Srotas: Body Channels

    The word ‘srota’ has been used frequently in the preceding pages related to the channel systems of the body. Many of the srota systems are equivalent to the physiological systems of the body like the digestive, respiratory and nervous systems. It should be clear by now that a clean and healthy srota with the proper flow of energy is necessary for a healthy body. Srota systems are as important as

  • More show in show-cause: Mamata on EC move

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday charged the Election Commission with “showing-off”, saying its decision to issue a show-cause notice to her based on her announcement of upgrading Asansol to a district was not based on correct information.

  • Patels to court arrest tomorrow in 2nd phase of quota stir

    Ahmedabad: Resuming their agitation for reservation, members of the Patel community will court arrest en masse in Mehsana tomorrow as part of the second round of the stir, even as the district administration issued notice to the campaign organisers terming it as illegal.

  • Handwara clash: PIL filed against video of minor girl

    Srinagar: The family of a minor girl, whose video was released by the army to television channels on Wednesday denying molestation by a trooper, on Saturday filed a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Jammu and Kashmir High Court, saying that the release of the video was against the law.

  • The ‘selected’ questions

    In modern cricket everything has become selective, including press conferences. Questions have to be selective and meet with the approval of the captain concerned. Is this the right way to play cricket and handle the media? V GANGADHAR finds out. 

  • Travel in stylish accessories

    FARHANA MADAR says chic travelling means travelling with accessories that make a style statement.

  • Wagah replica for Agartala-Akhaura border with Bangladesh

    Agartala: India’s tourism ministry has sanctioned a Rs.18 crore project for the Tripura government to create a variety of infrastructure along the India-Bangladesh border similar to that at the Attari-Wagah border with Pakistan, a state minister said.

  • lions

    Lion spotting in Gir Forests

    Anita Rao-Kashi is memerised with the king of the jungle trotting casually in the forest of Gir.

  • Bombay Streets

    Food Special – Go organic

    The USP of The American Joint is that it serves organic products in food and beverages, writes GITA HARI.

  • De-cluttering the human mind

    While endorsing a product recently Mahinder Singh Dhoni candidly and quite charmingly mentioned that matches are won in the mind. The scripts of successes are played out in the amphitheatre of human mind.