Free Press Journal
  • Bollywood dresses the Lebanese way!

    Increasing number of Bollywood stars have been sporting creations by Lebanese designers. Shagun Shah takes a look at this latest trend.

  • Bollywood’s Appreciative wives!

    They might appear to be a rather odd couple, but Farah Khan and Shirish Kunder have a strong foundation, besides three adorable tots. Recently, when Shirish’s short film KRITI received 10 million views – no mean achievement – the doting Farah was prompt to express her happiness and pride. While thanking God for the blessings the film has received, she also pointed out that when you are differerent, you are either blessed

  • Surge in his role and also the pay cheque, Shahid demands

    With some of the ebstactors in town working on one projects, it has to be the most talked about project for now. Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati has already become the talk of the town. We’ll finally see Ranveer Singh as the rebellious Sultan Allauddin Khilji, Deepika Padukone as beautiful and powerful Padmavati and Shahid Kapoor as Raja Raval Ratan Singh.

  • Historic: Evergreen Egypt

    Anand & Madhura Katti are mesmerised with the great Pyramids and Sphinx of Gaza.

  • Weekly horoscope by Nikilash Pradhan

    Aries:- Mercury changing its position will settle some disputes between your business partner and might stabilize the business as it was going before. There will be some back steps which you need to take to settle down the debate but it will better now to do it.  You need to focus as there are many expenses foreseen and you may also indulge in getting new acquisitions for yourself and family. Expansion in business using

  • Keep At Bay: Stave of depressing thoughts

    Depressed individuals are plagued and agonized by a double whammy. They lose interest in life and suffer from physical and mental disabilities, writes Ravi Valluri.

  • Ulta Pulta: All that burns bright is not Bombay IIT

    Want to find out how good or bad an educational institute really is? Conduct an objective internal assessment which could reveal some startling facts, says V Gangadhar. 

  • Lip Colour: A kiss of ‘black’

    There’s no denying the fact that black now commands an uncanny demand of respect and pride as the tint of desire and class, writes Pramita Bose.

  • The Bravest of The Brave

    The Bravest of The Brave
    The extraordinary story of Indian VCs of World War I
    Author: Maj Gen Ian Cardozo
    Pages: 117
    Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing India Pvt. Ltd.
    Indian VCs of World War I

  • Letters Speak: Tanya Tania

    There’s a Tanya Talathi in Karachi and a Tania Ghosh in Mumbai. This is a story based on letters “exchanged” between them from February 14, 1991 to December 9, 1992. If either of them is conscious of the fact that the first letter was written on Valentine’s Day, it is not reflected in their correspondence. But the date of the last letter coincides with the horrors of the Bhendi Bazar riots post

  • Being the Other: The Muslim in India

    Being the Other: The Muslim in India
    Author: Saeed Naqvi
    Publisher: ALEPH
    Pages: 254
    Price: Rs. 599