Free Press Journal
  • Jump: Review

    Name of the book:  Jump

  • Chilling with Farhan Akhtar

    The uber cool looking Farhan Akhtar really is a relaxed soul. Not a frenetic party animal, on weekends he can either be caught spending it at home with the kids mainly or friends come over. His plan usually though is to usually relax at home because he doesn’t really get that much time to spend at home, which is why that’s something that he does. Or then if it is slightly a longer break

  • IndvsAus: Our worst batting display in last two years, says Virat Kohli

    Pune: Indian skipper Virat Kohli today hardly minced words in criticising his team’s shambolic show in the 333-run loss to Australia, saying it was easily the side’s worst batting display in the last two years. India today slumped to a humiliating loss inside three days in the first match against Australia here to trail the four-Test series 0-1.

  • Crime Fiction in India

    There is nothing to equal the pleasure of snuggling into a soft cushion, with a warm cup of coffee and a gripping crime thriller. Most avid readers grow up on a steady diet of suspense and detective fiction. I was no different.

  • The Essential Ambedkar: Review

    The Essential Ambedkar                                                   

  • Phillauri song ‘What’s Up’: crazy fun number for wedding

    The makers have ‘Phillauri’ has reelase the second song from the movie ‘What’s Up’, it is a fun number Punjabi wedding song that brings together two worlds past and present and puts the friendly spirit Shashi played by Anushka Sharma right at the heart of this mad Punjabi wedding, making the situation even madder!

  • Why do we refuse to acknowledge Irrfan Khan?

    Indian actors have in the past few years started making their way to mainstream Hollywood cinema. While the trend of Indian actors in Hollywood isn’t a new trend per say, it is peculiarly the work of one actor and his subtlety to stay grounded without speaking too much of it which makes him a special global icon of sorts.

  • Deepika’s balancing act

    We spot her most frequently at the airport, giving us serious style goals. While staying on the top of the heap in Bollywood and having made her debut in Hollywood too with xXx: THE RETURN OF XANDER CAGE, one would imagine that Deepika Padukone must really hit the high spots on the weekends… Wrong! The girl reveals that she doesn’t really even have a concept of a weekend since there are some or the

  • Anil Kapoor’s nephew is a Akki’s fan!

    Akshay Kumar is a force to reckon with, has made box office records and has a whole different set of rules which no one else follows. He has not made any bones about admitting that all that matters to him is the box office and looks like he has a whole brand of actors who are very impressed by his ideology. He might not be someone who has garnered a lot of awards but

  • Facing the ‘horrors’ together…

    It’s Oscar season and everyone is rooting for Dev Patel to win one for the country for Lion. The film, mostly shot in India and Australia, revolves around Saroo who gets separated from his parents. Five-year-old protagonist finds himself miles away from his family in Kolkata and is left to fend for himself before he is adopted by an Australian couple, Sue and John Brierley.

  • Sci-fi gadgets that really exist

    Technologies which appeared as mere figment of imagination dominate our lives these days. In celebration of National Science Day (February 28) here are some sci-fi gadgets to add a bit of geekiness to your life 

  • How to navigate market volatility

    Fear and greed are part of the exuberance and remorse cycles. It is in the nature of market to get caught in cycles of volatility, sustained rise, deep correction and consolidation. Don’t get affected by short term technical levels. Instead, focus on fundamentals and your objective to build a strong portfolio, advises A. L. I. Chougule

  • Robots that want to make your life easier

    Sci-fi movies and books are filled with fascinating tales of robots and how they are able to tackle everything humans can and more. Now, many of the robot-related feats associated with fictional media are becoming a part of reality. Keep reading to learn about robots that have been specially engineered to improve our lives.

  • O’Keefe takes 12 wickets as Australia thrash India by 333 runs

    Pune: Left-arm spinner Steve O’Keefe wrecked havoc on the Indian batters as Australia emphatically defeated India by 333 runs on the third day of the first Test here at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) Stadium here on Saturday.