Free Press Journal
  • Coco Chanel birthday: The woman who revolutionised fashion

    In honour of the late (and great) Coco Chanel’s birthday, Nikita Wadhawan take a closer look at some of the major style and beauty moments that have become synonymous with the house of Chanel.

  • Young minds with ground-breaking discoveries

    We may not be a part of the developed world yet, but we surely have the intelligence and creativity to reach there. In the last decade or so, India has witnessed a tremendous growth in its indigenously developed technological innovations. Here are some cool innovations by students from across the country that can change our world

  • Veteran Bollywood actresses now ruling the small screen

    Bollywood welcomes young talent with open arms but shuts the door on older artists who were once successful stars, and in the topsy-turvy world of Bollywood, these yesteryear stars sometimes get lost forever. Yesteryear beauties that had triumphed on silver screen with pivotal roles are gradually meandering towards television. From mainstream Bollywood to art films, these veterans are wholeheartedly giving a nod to serials. Let’s take a quick glance and find out

  • Eat salads to stay healthy

    Dig into some scrumptious salad with these easy-to-make-at-home recipes

  • Stefan Haves on the world of circus

    It’s no easy task to make people laugh and who better than Stefan Haves can explain this to Vibha Singh who met the Cirque du Soleil director on his visit to the city recently

  • Prison inmates get lessons on fashion

    Presidency Correctional Centre in Kolkata produces designer Abhishek Dutta’s pret collection, Shillpi A Singh reports  

  • Rita Ora’s love for collaborations

    Her joint projects with artists like Chris Brown, Iggy Azalea and Calvin Harris have earned her the label of the “queen of collaborations”, but the British singer-actress Rita Ora doesn’t mind as she loves to collaborate with “creative” talent, and says it’s one of her favourite things.

  • Amazing robots around you

    Although we have not yet taken to automation and robotics in a game-changing way, India has seen a constant increment in the amount of research and growth invested in robot development. India’s defense sector has already developed some groundbreaking robots like Daksh but the robot fever is slowly taking over other sectors in the country. Here’s a list of some promising robots made in India

  • “There is no respect for our children”: Amole Gupte

    A man of many talents Amole Gupte an actor, writer and director has always felt disconnected to the conventional Bollywood stories. After years of training at the Film and Television Institute of India, the filmmaker finally found his calling with films that centre on issues faced by children in India. With his new film Sniff! the director is in a familiar space, but his next film (based on Saina Nehwal) has put Amole in

  • Join the Boardroom as Buddhas

    Every corporate house is experiencing tremendous pressure in this growing competitive world. Work pressures are definitely on the heads of employees, executives and management. Stress is seen at every level in the organisation. Executives are great assets to the organisation. They are paid for their thinking skills. But apart from their knowledge, skills and techniques, their mental state plays the most vital role. Executives are decision makers. And a happier mental state

  • Queen Dafne Schippers retain 200m crown, USA shines again

    London  : Dutch sprinter Dafne Schippers held on to retain her world 200m title on Friday as the United States had another night to savour at the London Stadium and two experienced campaigners claimed more gold.

  • Barcelona prepare to meet Real Madrid

    Madrid : FC Barcelona entertain Real Madrid in the first leg of the Spanish Supercup on Sunday night in what will be the first real indication of the relative strengths of the two major favourites for the La Liga title in the 2017-18 football season a week before that competition kicks off.

  • Anand finished joint second

    St. Louis (USA) : Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand finished joint second after playing out a draw with Wesley So of United States in the Sinquefield Cup, which concluded here.

  • Yoddha defeat Telugu Titans

    Ahmedabad : U.P Yoddha kept their nerves until the dying minutes to defeat Telugu Titans 39-32 in an even battle of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here at the Trasstadia Arena on Saturday.

  • Independence Cup tourney on August 14-15

    Mumbai: The Mumbai District Football Association’s football season will kick-off with the annual Independence Cup 2017, which will be played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Monday, August 14 and Tuesday, August 15, 2017. The 16 top Elite & Super clubs from the city will be fighting it out for supremacy in this 9-a-side event, which will be played on a knockout basis.

  • Opposition piles on the pressure on Yogi Government

    Lucknow : Terming the death of infants in Gorakhpur as an outcome of the Uttar Pradesh government’s “gross criminal negligence”, the Opposition SP and the BSP on Saturday demanded a high-level inquiry into the incident. The Congress, too, joined the chorus.