Free Press Journal
  • Junior hockey world champs to seek jobs at Modi meet next week

    Kolkata : When the just-crowned Hockey Junior World Cup champions meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi next Wednesday, on the top of their agenda will be seeking jobs which they feel their state government and their clubs have failed to provide.

  • Chef Varun Inamdar the crowned prince of cocoa

    From Barak Obama to Narendra Modi, Chef Varun Inamdar, the maestro, has satisfied every palette. Oshin Fernandes speaks to him about his passion fuelled tryst with an ingredient that we all love – Chocolate

  • Atmantan: Wellness bona fide

    Far from cookie-cutter stay options, Atmantan could be the lakeside retreat which is a life-changing experience crammed into days which will leave you transformed writes Misbaah Mansuri

  • Taking on a runway with stripes

    Stripes have always been the most underrated in the world of fashion. But this attitude is slowly making inroads into the fashion closets of both men and women in a spectrum of vibrant hues to bear an identity of its own, writes Pramita Bose

  • Lake district a perfect destination

    With its Victorian and Edwardian architecture evident all over the town, even in small bylanes, Bowness-on-Windemere is a bustling historic little town in Lake District, England, says A L I Chougule

  • Investment options after demonetisation

    With the digital cash push that the Government of India is suggesting to all citizens, it may be a prudent idea for investors to look ways of saving digitally just as they are looking at ways of spending digitally, writes Shalini Dhawan

  • How to host a perfect barbeque

    The chilly winter means going for roasts and barbeques with a gung-ho. Sapna Sarfare suggest ways to let this foodie experience get better

  • Are you ready to face your next problem?

    By anticipating and by preparing for problems, we can tackle them in a better way, writes Dr Shrirang Bakhle

  • What do your dream means?

    Since time immemorial humans have dreamt. It has been a source of wonder, awe, or even shock. At several junctures of history, they were perceived to be messages from the Gods, writes Ravi Valluri.  

  • 2016: The year of transformations for Bollywood actor

    While the year changed fate of few, it made others glamorous and a few others just transformed to get back in the game. From fit to fat and fit again, from glamourous to de-glam, Bollywood actors and actresses surprised the audiences with their realistic performances

  • Frontiersman Raghav Bahl: Review

    Title: Network 18 – The Audacious Story of a Start-up That  Became A Media Empire

  • Cashless economy not possible as of now: finance minister Jayant Mallaiya

    BHOPAL : Prime Minister Narendra Modi may be going round the country tom-tomming the  cashless economy but the state government’s finance minister Jayant Mallaiya has categorically said that cashless-ness does not seem to be possible as of now. He said only a less-cash economy is possible.

  • ABVP stands against anti-national voices on varsity campuses: Manohar Parrikar

    Indore : In a reference to Jawaharlal Nehru University incident, Union defence minister Manohar Parrikar here on Saturday said that the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP)’s stand against anti-national voices rose in institutions of higher learning.