Free Press Journal
  • How the human mind handles knowledge

    With the advent of technology, we are bombarded with information from all quarters. DR SHRIRANG BAKHLE shows how our mind absorbs the knowledge we gain on daily basis.

  • Tech Titbits: Google’s food delivery app to fitness tracker

    Engineers have developed a new cooling technology that uses ‘jumping droplets’ to cool processors and power electronics. When placed beneath electronics, the droplets vaporise after absorbing the electronics’ heat escaping towards cooling structures on the floor. The floor made of a hydrophobic material repels the recondensed merging droplets making

  • Tips to shoo away your hair woes

    Summer is the season to let go of elaborate affairs and embrace the easy and natural look. From using UV protectant on hair to using facial blotting paper to soak up the excess oil from skin while stepping out, experts suggests some cool tips to beat the heat and achieve bouncy tresses and flawless skin.

  • Mumbai: Eman Ahmed’s sister continues to defy Saifee Hospital

    Mumbai: Saifee Hospital authorities have filed a police complaint against Egyptian national Shaimaa Selim for obstructing the medical treatment of her sister Eman Ahmed, who was admitted for weight loss, police said on Friday.

  • Gadgets to streamline your work from home!

    Efficiency is key, especially if you’re getting paid per deliverable (not salaried or per hour). How can you make working from home faster, more effective, and even more enjoyable? It’s simple: Get the right tools.

  • In Pics: Bollywood style romantic rain sequence in ‘Dhhai Kilo Prem’

    Sandiip Sikcand’s maiden production venture ‘Dhhai Kilo Prem’ raised quite a few eyebrows for the unconventional love story between two plus sized people & 3 weeks into the show, the audiences have already found their connect with the lead actors played by Anjali Anand and Meherzan Mazda.

  • Start planning your tax matters, now

    Spending comes easily to most people. Living well when the sun shines is a universal human trait. However, as saving is a difficult habit to cultivate, it doesn’t come as easily as spending. The case with investment is no different. People invest for various reasons and therefore investments can be of various kinds. One of them is related to tax; that is investment done to save taxes under 80 C of the Income Tax

  • Agony Aunt helps you to deal with relationship problems

    Racial harassment
    I am 16 years of age and have recently shifted to a new city and a new school. I am feeling alienated as everyone has a group except me. The students have been bullying me about my South Indian accent and the way I look. My teachers are aware but do not do anything about it. I want to fit in with them but I don’t know how I can

  • Hema Malini loves to watch Badho Bahu show

    The super popular TV show Badho Bahu, on & TV, produced by Sunny Side Up (Dipti Kalwani) and HumTum Telefilms (Teenna Swyyam and Sushant Kumar), is definitely the talk of the town. Recently, the makers were thrilled to know that Bollywood’s Dream Girl, Hema Malini, is a big fan of the show.

  • These apps can improve your work-life balance

    Some days we just have too many demands competing for our precious time – between work, family time, hobbies and personal goals, managing our time in a way that leaves us content rather than frazzled, could be a particular challenge for a lot of us. Luckily, we have technology to help us cope. If you have the feeling you have been constantly busy, juggling too much things at a time and in the

  • Meet Gurcharan Singh, the painter from Princely Patiala

    I climb up the stairs to Gurcharan Singh’s flat in Juhu. He is expecting to see someone older, I think. The initial hesitation melts as I start a conversation in Punjabi. Mrs Singh joins in. Both of them are warm, welcoming and friendly. The walls are adorned with Gurcharan’s own older paintings. He is now working on a ‘Mona Lisa’ triptych which is still unfinished.

  • Celebrate Labour (less) Day with tech

    Labour Day, which is marked on May 1, is supposed to be all about relaxation. We have rounded up a few technological advances, which perform the everyday tasks for you and make your life much easier. Have a look at the list below and let these gadgets and gizmos take care of all your physical hard work. It is, after all, the only time of year you can get away with doing

  • Breaking the tradition: Meet Bollywood’s unconventional couples

    Gone are the days when king of romance Shah Rukh Khan used to spread his arms for bubbly Kajol in every other film, when angry young man Amitabh Bachchan cuddled sensuous Rekha in the middle of lush garden… But now in the age of social media when nothing stays new for more than few minutes, Hindi filmmakers are experimenting with fresh couples on screen.

  • Bling matters: How to keep your jewellery sparkling

    Keeping the jewellery in its pristine condition is not an easy job. Even if your pricey possessions are not regularly worn, and are lying in their expensive cases unused, they can lose their shine. Most difficult to care for are the ones that are worn on a regular basis. With use, ear rings, finger ring, bracelets, chains tend to become black and less shiny. One way of making jewellery look its best again is

  • Arvind Kejriwal: The end of the anti-hero

    Ingrained in our psyche is the eternal appeal for a strong centralised authority and it is no wonder Modi continues to hold even a civic voter in his thrall.

  • Going neutral: The latest fad in men’s fashion

    Synonyms for neutral – like ‘bland’ and ‘anodyne’ – might fool you into thinking that a trend based on neutral hues is one to pass on, but if done correctly, tonal dressing can pack a punch. — Kunal Anil Tanna, designer

  • Onir’s ‘Shab’ sees the light of the day

    This year, filmmaker Onir will celebrate his birthday with the world premiere of Shab at the New York Film Festival. The screening comes close on the heels of Amar Kaushik, Shab’s Associate Director, winning the Best Short Fiction Film at the 64th National Film Awards for his directorial debut Aaba. The third big reason for Onir to celebrate being his documentary on Down’s Syndrome, Raising the Bar, being the official selection at