Free Press Journal
  • Mehta rallies to down Vazirani

    Mumbai : Showing solid fighting qualities, Araash Mehta rallied from the loss of the opening game to defeat Druv Vazirani 8-11, 11-8, 11-5 in the best-of-3-game boys’ under-17 second round match and advance to the quarter-final round of the Indian Squash Professional (ISP) organised Rs two lakh prize-money JVPG-SRAM Winter Squash Open 2016, sponsored by SYSKA LED and played at Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana Club.

  • Manavjit traps gold at National Shooting Championship

    Jaipur : Former World Champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu was crowned champion in the mens Trap event at the ongoing 60th National Shooting Championship Competitions (NSCC) for Shotgun here on Saturday.

  • NDA issues ‘report card’ on failures of Nitish govt

    Patna: The BJP-led NDA, on Saturday, released a ‘report card’ on the completion of one year of the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar and said the dispensation has proved to be a big “failure” on all fronts, especially so on law and order.

  • Army men dying doesn’t give us joy: Burhan’s father

    New Delhi : Kashmiris don’t celebrate the deaths of army men because they are also humans, slain Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani’s father has said, ruing the alleged silence of civil society in the rest of India over killings in Kashmir.

  • Bengali Women – the new breed of Entrepreneurs

    To celebrate Women Entrepreneurship Day, novice yet eclectic mix of reminiscent Bengali women entrepreneurs are sporting potential buzzword in their innovative business ventures and making a swift entry by ditching the conventional tag unlike other community counterparts, says Tapapriya Lahiri

  • Pack a winter picnic

    Winters are the perfect time to head for a picnic. Sapna Sarfare makes sure you pack the perfect winter picnic basket for smashing excursion.

  • Tel Aviv: City that never sleeps

    When the sun rises in the morning, it’s as if the previous night’s revelry is a distant dream and the city is up and about for another new day. Tel Aviv gives the phrase ‘city that never sleeps’ a whole new meaning, writes Anita Rao-Kashi

    Tel Aviv’s reputation as a party capital is

  • The Iranian Master of the Arts – Abbas Kiarostami

    Abbas Kiarostami is often described as the standard bearer of the new Iranian cinema. His films have achieved critical success in Europe. After an apprenticeship as a painter, graphic artist, director of TV commercials and traffic cop. Kiarostami has come into his own as Iran’s most powerful, yet refined filmmaker. He was born in 1940 and being making films concerned with children in 1970.

  • A chip off the sleeve & shoulder

    Quite a lot of interesting trends can be seen related to sleeves & shoulders. Sapna Sarfare finds the detail to make your outfit look even greater.

  • Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy complete 20 years in Bollywood

    Their names have been cemented together… Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy are a rare symbol of the fact that work and friendship can go hand in hand. Coming from three diverse backgrounds, the trio has been churning out top notch music, setting a benchmark for not only those taking their baby steps in the industry but even the already established ones.

  • Mind’s ‘Thought Replay System’

    Dr Shrirang Bakhle explains why our mind keeps on playing previous experiences or thoughts.

  • Treat Your Tech Right

    You probably didn’t know that the cold winter months can take a toll on your gadgets and tech devices! It’s true; the cold weather creates a unique set of issues for gadgets that you should be aware of in order to keep your tech working properly. Here are five tech tips to help you treat your tech right this winter!

  • Apps you need while travelling

    While travelling in winters is fun, the season brings along many problems for the travellers. Flights get cancelled, trains delayed and roads are a nightmare because of low temperature and dense fog. Technology is an inevitable influencer of the travel industry today. Travellers use various apps extensively to simplify their journey.

  • Art of listening

    Invariably humans merely hear and do not listen. Our span of attention is extremely low when we resort to only hearing. Hearing needs to be distinguished from listening, writes Ravi Valluri

  • The Years of Fulfilment : Review

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