Free Press Journal
  • Maiden Overs! Wives of Indian cricketers and their professions you may not know about

    Indian cricketers are loved not just for displaying excellence on field but many of them are also admired for the great style statement that they make off-the-field. While the cricketers strive hard with each passing day to attain tremendous glory, how many of us really think of their support systems?

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    Bollywood Flashback: Top 10 superhit songs of Kumar Sanu from the 90s

    For all those who grew up in the 90s, Kumar Sanu songs were like bread and butter. With his melodious voice, he created magic, quite literally. ‘Mera Dil Bhi Kitna’, Chura Ke Dil Mera’, ‘Jeeta Tha Jiske Liya’, ‘Meri Mehbooba’, Tu Pyar hai Kisi Aur Ka’, and among others remain favourites of many. Whether it is a love song or a heart break, his voice did justification to all.

  • India vs Australia 3rd ODI at Indore: Live scores, match updates, commentary

    Men in Blue can take a 3-0 lead in the five-match ODI series against Australia by winning the third ODI in Indore. Currently, India is leading the series 2-0 after winning the first two ODIs. India won the first ODI in Chennai by 26 runs (D/L) method and won the second match in Kolkata at Eden Gardens by 50 runs. The third match of the series is being played in Indore.

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    Civic Sense! Mumbai does not need Batman, it needs BMC

    Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is one of the richest civic bodies in Asia and it is a fact and one thing that can be concluded from this fact is, BMC can afford technology and minds which are of world class stature. But, the ground reality is way different and there is no denying.

  • Rahul Gandhi’s new avatar: Is it here to stay or just an aberration?

    The grand old party (GOP) of India, Indian National Congress, which governed India for close to 60 years out of 70 years of independence is currently facing an existential crisis in Indian polity. The party, which took part in the independence struggle is reduced to just a fringe element and over the past three and a half years, Congress is losing elections after elections and is now fighting for its survival and

  • New RERA judgement leaves homebuyers confused about the registration of projects

    Mumbai: In yet another judgement that leaves property buyers in further ambiguity over the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) Act, it has been held that a building need not be registered under RERA if it is occupied by residents but still lacks occupancy certificate. There are approximately 20, 000 buildings in the city that do not have an Occupancy Certificate but have thousands of occupants.

  • Nephritis: Medical experts tell us all you must know about it

    If it wasn’t for Selena Gomez’s kidney transplant, lupus would still be a non-entity among diseases. Manasi Y Mastakar talks to medical professionals in a quest to simplify this illness for our readers

  • Worship of the living goddesses: Still a sacred custom

    With modernisation, we are forgetting many century old traditions and superstitions, but worship of the living goddesses is still considered to be a sacred custom among various communities, writes Pritha Banerjee   

  • What being a Daughter and a Mother means

    Preeja Aravind writes about how it has been for her to be a daughter, and why she doesn’t wish she should have had a daughter.

  • How to stay away from fearful thoughts

    “What we fear doing the most is usually what we most need to do,” are incredible lines penned by Tim Ferriss. Aeons ago a lily-livered tutee approached a Zen Master, who through resolute practice had acquired the ingenuity and virtuosity of martial arts. The disciple was desirous of imbibing the characteristics of valour and hardihood. The compassionate and enlightened master was prepared to impart these qualities to the mentee, but only on