Free Press Journal
  • What Spirituality really entails: 5 observations

    Spirituality focuses on harnessing humanistic qualities such as love, compassion, patience, tolerance, forgiveness, contentment and harmony, rather than any ritualistic dealing. Spirituality has a lot to it but here are a few of my readings on what Spirituality really entails.

  • World Tourism Day: Essential tech gadgets for travellers

    On vacation, your first inclination may be to unplug. But some tech accessories can make your travels even more enjoyable. Whether you are headed out for a beach vacation or a city escape, these gadgets will help you get the most out of your adventure. With World Tourism Day being celebrated on September 27, let’s din in some gadgets for a techie traveller.

  • Daughter’s Day Special: How the father-daughter has evolved in Bollywood with changing times

    “Ja Simran jee le Apni Zindagi” is the immortal dialogue uttered by Chaudhry Baldev Singh played by the late Amrish Puri in the classic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) when he finally releases Simran (Kajol) to be with Raj (Shah Rukh Khan). Although in the movie Simran’s father was very conservative, Raj’s father was more than happy to know that his son wanted to have a love marriage, he even helps to

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    India in ardent need of midwives: Dr Leila Caleb Varkey

    With 72.2 % of India’s total population being rural and more than 60% domiciliary deliveries in these areas, the situation calls for the adoption of skilled midwifery system, writes Shillpi A Sinha

  • Fashion is now a matter of stripes

    Wall Street-inspired banker stripes trend has caught the fancy. Sapna Sarfare finds the details

  • Gautam Rode: Don’t come to watch Aksar 2 as an erotic thriller

    Popular TV actor Gautam Rode, who is known for his pious roles, is all set to shed his ‘sanskaari’ image and explore his dark side in director Anant Mahadevan’s upcoming Bollywood thriller ‘Aksar 2’. Although from the trailers the film is being perceived as an erotica, the actor clarifies that it is a suspense thriller and just a song is sensual. “Would like to stress on the fact that this is not an

  • Indore : Rocking floor with zumba garba

    Indore : While many believe that traditional activities provide enough workout for people to stay fit, a group of youngsters are combining zumba with garba and rocking the floor while clicking the sticks in various privately organised sessions at pubs and gardens.

  • ‘Why does world look at Pakistan as terror factory?’ – Sushma Swaraj

    Mumbai : Hitting out at Pakistan for creating terror groups like LeT, JeM, Hizbul Mujahideen and the Haqqani Network, India on Saturday asked Pakistani leaders to introspect as to why their country is infamous as the “pre-eminent export factory for terror”.

  • Will Team India seal the series?

    Indore : Packed with an incisive bowling attack, a confident India would look to pile on the misery for a struggling Australia and seal the five-match series when they clash in the third ODI, here on Sunday.

  • In search for new look, youngsters go for that ‘perfect beard’

    Mumbai : The recent trend of having a perfectly shaped beard is catching up among youngsters, there is 50 percent rise in facial hair transplant during Navratri as everyone wants to sport a dense but well-chiselled beard. The doctors said that India is fast emerging as the global hub of facial hair transplant which helps people improve the density of facial hair.

  • Adhar, photo voter cards made mandatory at garba pandals

    BHOPAL : To keep a vigil on anti-social elements and other criminals, Adhar cards and photo voters identity cards have been made mandatory for entering Garba pandals in the district. Garba, dandiya and other religious functions being held during ongoing Navratri celebrations continue till late night wherein people from all  sections of the society participate.