Free Press Journal
  • This is how foodies can enjoy a guilt-free Ganesh Chaturthi

    The foodie in you must be overjoyed but, one can’t ignore the health hazards associated with festive foods. Aishwarya Parameshwaran lists few tips which can make your festival both fun and healthy

  • Painter Rekha Rao: Keeping Her Father’s Legacy

    My first meeting with Rekha was on the cruise from Stockholm to Oslo. Graceful, soft-spoken, mild-mannered and very very polite: Rekha is the epitome of good upbringing and great lineage. A pleasure to be with, always.

  • Swap that extra stuff with things you’re vying for!

    Got a closet full of once or hardly worn clothes or unused accessories, bags, footwear… Now is your chance to exchange them for free or even sell them off, writes Shillpi a Singh

  • Restore your relationships. Everyone matters

    A mother is a child’s first friend. This strong friendship is formed right at the time of conception. Upon birth, it is the mother who remains our first connection in the world. Thus, begins our experience with relationships. Every person who comes in this world is born with a web of relationships. Relationships therefore become our source of strength and stress. “If your relations are not broken, there is definitely a fracture

  • Ab cute se hot lagne laga hu, says Manjot Singh

    Being unconventional is not always an asset. Actor Manjot Singh has wooed critics and his audience with his power packed performances, but eventually, he does feel that his looks has given way to stereotypical notions of him as an actor. Trying to break these notions, the ‘Student of the year’ is branching into more serious roles. Excerpts from the interview:-

  • How Bollywood’s exploring the web to entertain and earn

    With the success of India’s first big budget web series, the growth of this globalized medium seems to be breaking new barriers every day. With one of the top producer duo in Bollywood Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar proving that the audience and the remuneration is far better in the web medium that anywhere else, top Bollywood actors are now ready to explore web as the new avenue to entertain people. After

  • Gadgets to help you fight stress

    Modern living can be busy, demanding and always switched on. While we are not able to control the external stress-inducing factors from our surroundings, we can better manage how we react to them. Sometimes it is as simple as clearing your head and taking full, slow breaths while collecting yourself. Other times, you need to detach yourself from the issue by doing something easy, low-maintenance and repetitive like doodling or colouring

  • Trump presidency is over, claims sacked strategist

    We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else. And there’ll be all kinds of fights, and there’ll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over ,Stephen Bannon.

  • India begin search for World Cup core, take on Sri Lanka

    Dambulla : The Tests clinched without much of a strain, India will begin the journey to identify the core of their 2019 World Cup squad when they square off against a low-on-confidence Sri Lanka in a five-match ODI series.

  • Have to forget the Test loss: Upul Tharanga

    Dambulla : Sri Lanka ODI skipper Upul Tharanga has said that they will have to quickly forget the 0-3 drubbing in the Test series and draw confidence from their win over India in the Champions Trophy.

  • Umar steps up verbal attack on Pakistan coach

    Karachi : Pakistan Test batsman Umar Akmal has stepped up his verbal attack on chief coach Mickey Arthur despite being issued a showcause notice by the country’s cricket board.

  • Nadal loses to Kyrgios, still goes on top

    Cincinnati : Australia’s Nick Kyrgios humbled new world number one Rafael Nadal 6-2, 7-5, winning twice in one day to reach the WTA and ATP Cincinnati Masters semi- finals.