Free Press Journal
  • National Nutrition Week 2017: The how, when and what of eating

    While the government organises Nation Nutrition Week to spread awareness on diet and nutrients, Pritha Banerjee points out that it’s not just what we eat but also how and when we eat that matters.

  • Myth busted! Spiritual practices cannot lead to instant results

    We are all living in a fast-paced world where most things we practice run around the clock. Our everyday life is almost slotted and scheduled according to perfect time tables. The most precious possession today beyond money is ‘TIME’. Struggling to keep pace, we have all got accustomed to a unique concept called ‘Instants’.  From noodles to pizzas, from messaging to online results and deliveries, we want everything instantly.

  • Apps to manage your nutrition

    While a few of the diet apps in this list are calorie counters and food diaries with added bells and whistles, we’ve made sure to include innovative and unique options as well. Remember that the true measure of an app’s worth is if it helps you to make healthy changes. If an app doesn’t motivate you to improve your diet, it’s not much more than a waste of time.

  • Triple Talaq Verdict: Battle won, war continues

    As the country cheers for Supreme Court after its historic judgment, Amit Ranjan talks about the case of triple talaq and double jeopardy of Indian women

  • Teacher Toolbox: Making classrooms better

    When education is combined with technology, wonderful things can happen. Students are happier, more curious, and they receive the educational support that they need. Teachers are empowered to create engaging lesson plans, assess student’s needs, and effectively create a positive learning environment. Here are few best tech tools for teachers

  • Art Deco: Mumbai connect to design movement of machine age

    When a design movement called Art Deco flourished between the two World Wars in Europe, it made its way to Mumbai around the same time and found many takers in the city. Kalyani Majumdar delves into the story

  • National Nutrition Week Special: Kitchen gadgets for tech-savvy home chefs

    Healthy cooking can be a lot of work, which is why so many of us resort to pre-packaged foods. But cooking light doesn’t have to be an onerous task, if you’ve got the right tools. You can save calories with portion-control plates or whip up a meal of veggies and lean protein in a matter of minutes with a microwavable steamer. With National Nutrition Week being celebrated between September 1 to 7,

  • Indo-US nuke deal man Juster nominated as envoy to India

    Washington : President Donald Trump has nominated Kenneth Juster, a top economic aide and one of the key architects of the historic Indo-US civil nuclear agreement, to be the next US ambassador to India.

  • Head coach of India’s men hockey team asked to go

    New Delhi : Hockey India (HI) on Saturday sacked high-profile chief coach of the Indian men’s team Roelant Oltmans for the country’s poor show at the World League Semi-Final. The governing body of Indian hockey arrived at the decision at its three-day review meeting. India had finished sixth in the tournament, which is a qualifier for next year’s World Cup. India however, have already qualified for the showpiece event on the basis