Free Press Journal
  • Birthday girl Katrina Kaif’s journey from cute to hot

    Today, Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif turns 34. The actress is celebrating her birthday in New York City. Bollywood’s own Barbie doll actress is attending IIFA Awards 2017. Thus, she can’t celebrate her birthday in Mumbai. Born in Hong Kong to Mohammad Kaif (a British businessman of Kashmiri descent), her mother Suzanne is an English lawyer and charity worker. However, after her parents’ divorce, she lived with her mom. Despite having family

  • The bright spot on your fashion sense

    Wearing super bright attires is the latest trend to hit fashionville. Sapna Sarfare speaks to designers on this intense trend

  • Investing through life’s stages: Know the basics

    Investment decisions are very personal and unique to each individual. But there are some basic rules that apply to everyone at different stages of life for building a corpus and steady income after retirement, says A L I Chougule

  • Fill Up Those Blanks

    It is your birthday. You wake up with a shine in your eyes and a smile on your face. Why wouldn’t you? The world’s most beautiful girl is at your dormitory doorstep to wish you, hug you, gift you, and most probably kiss you, for your birthday. She does it all, under the envious and resentful eyes, that are starting stealthily from the hostel windows. Later, you both are seated, beneath the

  • Best time-saving apps for freelancers

    As a freelancer, your time is the most valuable asset you have, so when you do invest the time and (sometimes) money into downloading a promising new app, you need to make sure it measures up. Being more productive with your time is something we talk a lot about in the list below

  • Bollywood’s cashing in on the web-series fever

    Silver screen actors foraying into television is passé; the latest trend is web series and Bollywood is all set to encash from the most favourite medium of the gen-next, writes Nikita Wadhawan

  • These women are raising the bar, quite literally

    Bartending is a niche career option generally, and specifically for women it becomes an extraordinary choice. Tapapriya Lahiri talks to several ladies who are serving alcohol with grace and delight

  • Like-minded people flock together!

    Dr Shrirang Bakhle says that people who have common wishes or desires always form a group

  • Painter Seema Kohli on conception of the Eternal Truth

    I first met Delhi-based Seema Kohli in Prague two years ago. We were together at an Art Camp. I was most impressed by her sharp-strokes, her surrealism and her speed. The elaborate gold in her paintings make them rich, impressive and impactful. And, treasures for a life-time.

  • Karma-free food: All you must know

    Food is something we eat three to four times a day and has connection to our mood, desires, karma, and health and family relationships, says Vibha Singh

  • Myths about meditation: Clearing the air

    Meditation is not everyone’s cup of tea, people find it hard to meditate as they are surrounded by many unrealistic misconceptions. For making your mind musing easier Smita Jaykar clears the air about myths linked to meditation

  • Welcome to the world of alternative flours

    With allergies and health consciousness, alternative flours are growing popular amongst masses. Sapna Sarfare finds the truth from the myths to understand the flours’ importance

  • Behind Her Eyes: Review

    Title: Behind Her Eyes
    Author: Sarah Pinborough
    Pages: 373
    Publisher:  HarperCollins Publishers

  • Bollywood parents who are not very happy with their daughters joining films

    Recently in an interview, Sridevi spoke of her apprehensions over her daughter’s acting career. The thespian said she would rather see her daughter get married than be an actress. And she’s not the only one from the film industry to suffer jitters at the thought of their child deciding to be a hero or a heroine. The glam world comes with its shares of trepidations and downfalls, and who else knows the