Free Press Journal
  • Ulta Pulta: One big leap forward

    V Gangadhar investigates and discovers how the number of honour killings in UP jumped from 28 in 2014 to the present 192. 

  • Dress Code: India Modern

    Ace couturier Tarun Tahiliani gives Shagun Shah his interpretation of the fluid traditional in the evolving fashion scenario.

  • The Price of Prosperity by Todd G Buchholz

    The Price Of Prosperity
    Why Rich Nations fail and How to Renew Them
    Todd G. Buchholz
    Harper Collins – 2016
    Pp 367    Rs.699

  • “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”

    Book: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”
    Parts 1 & 2
    by J K Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne.
    Published:  2016
    ISBN No: 978-0-7515-6535-5
    Pages: 343
    Publisher: Little, Brown.
    Price: 575(Hardback)
    Title: Nineteen Years Later

  • Security: Fixed Income Investments

    The stock markets have been keeping investors engaged these days as they scale newer heights. As I write this piece the Sensex has closed at around 29000 levels and the Nifty went past the 8900 level. On the other hand, investors who have been thus preoccupied with the stock market movements may be neglecting fixed income investments. Investors are possibly reading a lot about lowering of interest rates and may have felt


    Goodbye, is never easy…

    Lots of memories are created when one departs, giving a hope that we shall meet again writes Sumeet Naik.


    Caregivers: Taking care of elderly, ill

    The most important ingredient in the care of the chronically ill is love. It is the love for the dear one that motivates the caregiver to put in the long term care

  • Zakir Naik’s NGO donated Rs 50 L to Rajiv Gandhi Trust

    New Delhi, The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation has got into limelight for wrong reasons having received a Rs 50-lakh donation from an NGO run by controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who has been accused of radicalising youths, but the money has been returned.

  • Dipa Karmakar praises medal winning Rio Paralympians

    Agartala (Tripura), Gymnast Dipa Karmakar who missed getting a medal at the recent Summer Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by a whisker, on Saturday praised Paralympians Mariyappan Thangavelu and Varun Bhati for winning gold and bronze medals at the Paralympic Games in Rio.

  • Rio Paralympic: Celebrities hail Thangavelu for Gold medal win

    It’s a big day for India at the ongoing Rio Paralympic, Mariyappan Thangavelu won the gold medal along with compatriot Varun Singh Bhati who clinched the bronze in the men’s high jump T-42 event today.

  • Q&A with Hansal Metha of Khana Khazana fame

    His films may touch the most sensitive subjects like in ‘Shahid’ and ‘Aligarh’ but today Hansal Mehta chats about a subject that’s close to his heart…and his taste buds. He discusses Nihari, pure ghee and fussy actors with Viraj Sawant.

  • Gandhi season in Hindi Film Industry

    The film titled ‘Gandhigiri’, written and directed by Sanoj Mishra is readying for an October release. Starring Om Puri, Sanjay Mishra, Mukesh Tiwari and others, the film looks at the importance of Gandhiji’s values in today’s corrupt world. It attempts to answer uncomfortable questions such as if his teaching seven have any value left. More importantly, can anyone lead a peaceful life by implementing those values in day-to-day life?

  • Dipika had no apprehensions about playing mother’s role

    With “Sasural Simar Ka” taking a leap of 18 years, Dipika Kakar will be seen playing the role of a mother. The actress says she had no hangups about playing an elderly character.  “I was completely ready for it. In fact, when I was told that we are taking the first big leap, I was really excited about it,” Dipika told.

  • Radhika Apte , Soha Ali Khan: Go, Girls!

    It heartens us to see the new campaign which challenges the perception of the phrase ‘Like A Girl’, by focussing on girls excelling and rewriting the rules in sports, business, arts and so many other fields. A moving video empowers girls to reclaim the phrase, and proudly continue doing things ‘Like A Girl’. The mission is to make the phrase ‘Like a Girl’ representative of the strength, talent, character and downright amazing-ness