Free Press Journal
  • Adaptability: The great human ability

    Dr Shrirang Bakhle sheds light on the specific mental abilities that allow us to successfully adapt to all the varieties of changes.

  • The Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi

    The Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi
    Neena Gopal
    Penguin Books India – 2016

    Pp 273 Rs.499

  • Theatres of Democracy: Between the Epic and the Everyday

    Theatres of Democracy
    Between the Epic and  the Everyday  
    Selected Essays
    Shiv Visvanathan
    Edited by Chandan Gowda
    Publisher  Harper Collins India
    Pages  427 
    Price   Not quoted

  • Holiday Destination: Kuala Lumpur

    The real Kuala Lumpur actually lives on the margins of the ritzy downtown. In quaint enclaves that today reflects what a simple waterfront city once was, write Uday K Chakraborty.

  • After spinners, Vijay-Pujara put India on top in Kanpur Test

    Kanpur: Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara continued with the good work that the Indian spinners did early morning to put their team in a commanding position on Day Three of the first Test against New Zealand at Green Park here on Saturday.

  • PM Modi arrives in Kozhikode for BJP meet

    Kozhikode (Kerala): Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here on Saturday evening to take part in the BJP National Council meeting, that began here a day ago.

  • Aamir’s Dangal trailer to be attached to Shivaay and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

    We all know Aamir Khan is starring in the highly anticipated film Dangal which is a biopic on Indian wrestler and coach Mahavir Singh Phogat who taught wrestling to his daughters Geeta Phogat and Babita Phogat. The story will focus on a father’s dream to win gold medal in wrestling for India.

  • Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh to get married in a grand affair in December

    Ever since cricketer Yuvraj Singh got engaged to actress Hazel Keech, everyone has been speculating when the big day will arrive. The couple has kept mum over their wedding date but has revealed that it will be a winter wedding in the month of December.

  • Kashmiri Pandits demand smart city for them in Kashmir

    Jammu: An organisation representing Kashmiri Pandits today demanded that the Centre announce a smart city in Kashmir for the displaced community members who have been living a life of “refugees in their own country”.

  • Music is losing its purity: Daler Mehndi

    Daler Mehndi has been an integral part of the indie-pop and Bollywood music scene but the singer is not happy with the quality of songs being churned out today. The 49-year-old Punjabi singer says the usage of cuss words and poor quality of music disappoints him.

  • My life is incomplete without music: Ayushmaan

    Actor-singer Ayushmann Khurrana says his life is incomplete without music, which is the essence of the film industry. “Music is the essence of film industry. When I was in school between dance and music, I chose music. In college between music and theatre, I chose theatre. For me acting and singing are parallel vectors,” Ayushmann said during the launch of the single Ik Vaari.

  • Gym Myth Smashed!

    AKSHAY KUMAR and VIDYUT JAMWAL… take fitness out of the gym and into engaging realms, proving that fab and healthy bods are not necessarily created in a regimented environment, says SHUBARNA MUKERJI SHU.

  • No one could have made PARCHED apart from Leena Yadav: Surveen Chawla

    Making waves across nations, PARCHED has appreciated for its relatability with women from all walks of life, irrespective of their country. Radhiak Apte, Tanishtha Chaterjee and Surveen Chawla’s portrayal of rural women and their journey towards liberation has wowed the audience. The film is finally come to its country of origin. Talking to one of the lead actresses of the film, Surveen Chawla, she expressed her views about the sensibilities of a female director