Free Press Journal
  • Asirgarh: The Fort of Deception

    The hills around Asirgarh have witnessed the making of legends and epics and how mythological heroes just like emperors and other mortal men turned fallible, writes Nirdesh Singh.  

  • Ulta Pulta: To the defence of Angelina Jolie

    The large legal community in India is gearing up to defend beauteous Hollywood star Angelina Jolie in her divorce suit against husband Brad Pitt. After all, India has the largest pool of unemployed lawyers in the world, points out V Gangadhar. 

  • Upstairs restaurant: Review

    From China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore to Vietnam and Japan, Upstairs fulfils all you Asian cravings, says Gita Hari.

  • Choker: The return of 90s

    Chokers has made a return from the 90s. Sapna Sarfare finds out on how to wearing this rather captivating trend with ease.

  • Dealing with mental health problem at your workplace

    This Mental Health Awareness week Farhana Madar explores the changing attitude that is related to mental illness, and, how to deal with it at your workplace.

  • Traditional Bengali fare top draw for foodies during Pujas

    Kolkata : As the city soaks in the festive mood with Durga Puja, restaurants here are all geared up to provide mouth-watering dishes to celebrate the event. While some food joints are ready with special menus for the four-day-long festivities, some have laid out traditional fare to woo food loving Bengalis. The city’s food zone, Park Street, housing restaurants like Peter Cat, Mocambo, Charcoal Grill, Daawat–e–Shiraz, Barbeque Nation and others, are all

  • Cruel to separate man from parents, says SC

    In a Hindu society, it is a pious obligation of the son to maintain his parents and wrong if a wife makes an attempt to deviate from the normal practice”

  • Dadri lynching accused cremated; UP govt hikes compensation to Rs 20L

    Greater Noida : Ravi, accused in the Dadri lynching case, was cremated at his native Bishada village here on Saturday after local MP and Union minister Mahesh Sharma handed over a cheque of Rs 5 lakh to his family members and the Uttar Pradesh government announced increasing the compensation from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh, reports PTI.

  • Amarinder bails out farmers in border areas

    New Delhi : Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh said he would camp in border areas from October 10 to ensure that the farmers, who had been evacuated amid growing Indo-Pak tension, were able to sell their produce without any hassle, reports PTI.

  • 13-year-old girl dies after undertaking 64-day fast

    Hyderabad : A 13-year-old girl died here allegedly after a 64-day fast as part of a community ritual, prompting the city police to launch an enquiry into the incident after a child rights NGO sought a probe.

  • Amid conflict, border villagers hope for peace

    Hamirpur (LoC) : Forced to abandon their houses, standing crops and cattle after shelling by the Pakistani army, the residents of the once-sleepy border village of Hamirpur still hold out hope for peace between the two nations so that they can return to their home one day, reports PTI

  • Trump apologises for lewd jibes on women

    Washington : US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has apologised after a leaked video from 2005 caught him passing crude remarks and bragging about groping women because of his fame.