Free Press Journal
  • Tech Tip: How to use WhatsApp on your computer

    For starters, there are two ways to use WhatsApp on your desktop. The first one is to use it through the WhatsApp Web feature on your browser. However, this option involves going to the webpage and login every time you open your browser. A better – and more convenient – way is to download the WhatsApp for Windows or Mac. The desktop client is similar to the WhatsApp Web service, but with

  • Apps that are making roads safer in India

    From minimising distraction from cellphones to dispatching quick response teams, here are apps and services that make taking the wheel a little safer

  • The most common sources of stress

    Many different things around us can cause stress but identifying what may be causing you stress is often the first step in learning how to better deal with it. Let us try to broadly define the most common sources of stress.

  • Car gadgets that’ll make driving easier

    The modern automobile is only getting smarter, but as we wait for our self-driving future, there are a few simple gadgets that can make driving a little more convenient for any car owner. We’ve rounded some of them up here

  • Beat it! Bollywood movies based on musical bands

    Apart from an appealing star cast and all that masaledaar romance, drama and action, it is music that keep us linked with the essence of movies. Bollywood keeps thronging movie buffs with different genres and concepts and to hit the chord with viewers, filmmakers take cues from music so that viewers could enjoy and feel connected. But sadly, there are very less successful movies based on musicians or musical bands. With the

  • Say good bye to dark circles

    Dermatologist Dr Lohia speaks of newest treatments to get rid of them

  • Festive Fever: Easy ways to get into gifting mode

    Festivities have begun and it’s time to indulge dear ones with presents. If you are looking for some gifting ideas, here are some which can help you out

  • Newton director Amit Masurkar: I couldn’t name him Raj or Rahul

    The 36-year-old filmmaker Amit Masurkar’s second film puts the spotlight on the election process in the Indian heartland, a subject rarely tackled by filmmakers in the world’s largest democracy. Amit, who made his debut with the 2014 indie comedy “Sulemani Keeda” says, “You will see the growth of a character, somebody who enters the jungle thinking that he will do his duty the right way and then what happens on the course

  • Working with jewellery, and making it work

    Wearing jewellery at work is no big deal unless you do not know the way. Sapna Sarfare searches for ways to incorporate jewellery in your office attire to look great.

  • On hunger strike to prove innocence, rape accused denied access to lawyer

    Mumbai : Raj alias Harishankar Awadh Shukla (35), who is presently lodged at the Thane central jail, has written a letter to the Prime Minister, President, Chief Minister of Maharashtra and the Director General (Prisons), Maharashtra, alleging that he was falsely implicated in a rape case. Shukla has been jailed on charges of raping a 13-year-old minor girl at MGM High School at Navi Mumbai.

  • London blast: ISIS claims responsiblity, teen arrested

    London : The Islamic State group on its Amaq news agency claimed it was behind the underground train explosion, which took place at 8.20 a.m. on Friday and sent a ball of fire along a carriage of the eastbound District Line train from Wimbledon at the Parsons Green station, southwest London.

  • Marshal Arjan Singh dies, India mourns

    New Delhi : War hero Marshal Arjan Singh, who led the Indian Air Force during the 1965 India-Pakistan conflict, died on Saturday evening. IAF sources said he passed away around 7.30 p.m.

  • Vehicle owners can pay: Alphons

    Thiruvananthapuram : Vehicle owners are “not starving” and can afford to pay for petrol, Union tourism and IT minister Alphons Kannanthanam said on Saturday, making another controversial statement while defending the fuel price hike. Earlier he had also said foreign tourists should eat beef at their countries before coming to India.

  • Set gutted during fire at iconic R K Studios

    Mumbai : A major fire broke out at the iconic RK Films and Studios in Chembur on Saturday afternoon, BMC Disaster Control officials said.