Free Press Journal
  • Kashyap loses in semifinals at Korea Open

    Jeju (Korea): Indian shuttler P Kashyap’s good run at the Korea Open came to an end after he suffered a narrow defeat against top seed Son Wan Ho in the semifinals of the Grand Prix Gold tournament here on Saturday.

  • Russia faces calls for total ban over doping

    “It’s another staggering example of how the Olympic movement has been corrupted and clean athletes robbed by Russia’s state-supported doping system” Travis Tygart, Head, USADA (more…)

  • Delhi Dynamos players to wear logo of Chapecoense FC

    Kochi : Delhi Dynamos players will be wearing the logo of the Chapecoense Football Club on their jerseys when they take to the field for the ISL semifinal against Kerala Blasters here on Sunday, as a mark of respect to the Brazilian club’s players who died in a plane crash last month.

  • Watch Dogs 2: A sequel well done

    Krishna Bahirwani explains how the game improves upon its predecessor and what makes it a great choice for new players and those returning to the series.

  • Paternity leave: The new-age hands-on fathers

    An increasing number of men are taking paternity leave, in order to spend time with their newborn. Vikas Gupta speaks about this new trend

  • 15 minutes cooking

    Busy schedules mean lesser time to cook at home. Sapna Sarfare finds out a way to help everyone cook good food within 15 minutes.

  • Feeling lonely in the midst of people?

    Dr Shrirang Bakhle sheds insights into the various factors that led to this feeling of loneliness and guides you how to overcome this feeling of loneliness.

  • Tubing in Laos

    Gouri Athale gets an adrenaline rush by floating down the river and indulging in a water sport called “tubing”

  • An Intrepid Mind

    A fearless mind should rise above comparisons with the progress – real or imaginary – of fellow seeker sand always remain positive and patient about the results, writes Ravi Valuri

  • Hear the ‘Kahaani’ from the storyteller Sujoy Ghosh

    I hear you, and I see a man who enjoys the trials and the triumphs of filmmaking, right from weaving a story to making it all come to life. Yet, you have been part of something like TE3N wherein you wrote a story and then handed over your vision to someone else to take it forward. It might be the toughest thing to do!
    It is one thing I have had to learn. And I