Free Press Journal
  • ‘Generalising’, the necessary evil!

    Labels are easier to handle – than large amounts of complex information, writes Dr Shrirang Bhakle

  • Happy ‘furry’ feet!

    All those shoe-crazy men and women, there’s one more style of footwear to drool over, says Sneha Singh

    Platforms, stilettos, wedges get alert, there’s a rival on the ramp. Furry footwears have found grounds, pun intended, in many celebs’ wardrobes. Footwear can make or break your fashion image. And celebs know this better than anyone else. And these new footwear are slowly creating a buzz in the fashion scene and are creating fashion

  • How to Go herbal this Holi…

    Dr Renu Soni, Dr Garima Malik and Dr Usha Prasad tell you how to explore the vast Indian flora to make natural colours

  • The DNA of a visionary

    Inventive and ingenious individuals are blessed with minds capable of dreaming seemingly audacious dreams. Their drive to excel takes them to unchartered territories and frontiers where the mind pines to explore, writes Ravi Valluri

  • In Hollywood land…

    Rubina Khan visited Hollywood Hills, a place which was once home to the royalty of western cinema

  • Atif Aslam

    Happy Birthday Atif Aslam: Wish him by hearing his famous songs Pehli Dafa and so on

    Music icons Atif Aslam turn 34 today, he has given us many powerful song such as ‘Pehli Nazar’, ‘Be Intehaan’, ‘Aadat’, ‘Doorie’, ‘Woh Lamhe’, ‘Jeene Laga Hoon’, ‘Piya O Re Piya’. The Pakistani singer and actor made his debut in a social drama in Bollywood in 2011. He was born in a Punjabi-Muslim family in Wazirabad- Punjab, Pakistan. He always admired Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and, Abida Parveen.

  • Cong loses 8 of 10 seats in own turf

    New Delhi : Six out of 10 assembly seats in Amethi and Rae Bareli parliamentary constituencies — long considered Congress strongholds — have gone to the BJP while two went to the Samajwadi Party, leaving the grand old party gasping with just two.

  • Goa tops NOTA, U’khand second

    New Delhi: Goa has come up on top when it comes to voters hitting the NOTA button in the latest round of assembly polls, closely followed by Uttarakhand.

  • Mulayam Singh’s daughter-in-law among losers

    Lucknow : Aparna Yadav, daughter-in-law of SP patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav, was among the losers as the saffron tide swept across Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow on Saturday, with the BJP bagging eight out of nine seats here.

  • UP EVMs were tampered with, claims Mayawati

    Lucknow : Terming the UP election results as “very surprising”, Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Saturday alleged that voting machines had been “managed” to favour the BJP and that her party has asked the Election Commission to cancel the results in the state and in Uttarakhand.

  • BJP now readies for 2019 general elections

    New Delhi : Though the Congress scored 3-2 victory in this round of the Assembly elections, winning almost two-third seats in Punjab and the highest seats in Goa and Manipur, the BJP leaders hailed the party’s stunning victory in UP and Uttarakhand as a run-up to win the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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