Free Press Journal
  • Ignore this sleep ailment at your own peril

    Though most prevalent of sleep-oriented disorders, sleep apnoea is underdiagnosed and potentially life threatening ailment. Boski Gupta delves into the process of identifying the problem and fighting it out

  • Four Legged Frame of Treatment

    Many times, without proper medical qualifications some people start practising as a physician. When innocent and needy people come to them, the result can be hazardous. One should be aware of such physicians. Caraka Samhita describes the three types of physicians:

  • Rock the sari like a celeb

    Those five yards of fabric have come a long way from being a daily wear for our grandmothers to making a stunning statement at the red carpets. Sapna Sarfare probes into the world of saris to know how to experiment with drapes like your favourite celebrities

  • And the language debate goes on…

    A clip from stand-up comic Aravind SA has left a section of YouTube polarised. Marilyn Gore attempts to find out why

  • There is so much you can do with sausages

    Sausages are more than just breakfast items and you can find different types to suit your taste palette. Sapna Sarfare digs deep into this much-loved item

  • Game changing innovations in photography

    Technology has never failed to amaze us with its continuous advancements. It has been applied to different areas including the field of photography. Photography has been improved dramatically through time, with more photographic advancements still being achieved. There are other developments the industry that will be most helpful when

  • Return of the Raj

    1. The Woman in the Bazaar

    Author: Alice Perrin

  • A beginner’s guide to good clicks

    Are you just starting out with photography? Here are some tips to ensure that you are producing amazing photos in no time

  • Mind & brain: Are they the same?

    We are ‘aware of’ the mind, but we are not ‘aware of’ the brain, writes Dr Shrirang Bakhle

     Have you ever seen a school? Personally, I have never ‘seen’ a school! All I have seen are some buildings, some children and some adults. What is all this? And what has this got to do with mind and brain? Let me explain.

  • Art Live: Gopi Gajwani’s abstracts have a meaning

    It is a bit of a hit-and-miss with my Gopi Gajwani meeting. But when I do get to meet the veteran painter at his West Delhi home, he obliges with lots of personal stories, anecdotes and perspectives.