Free Press Journal
  • Helping untrained dancers to shake a leg

    Bal Moderne has been helping untrained dancers shake a leg with some panache for more than two decades now. Ketaki Latkar throws light on the movement while prompting you to participate when they hold an event in Mumbai this week

  • Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana director Ratnaa Sinha says people didn’t want to invest in Rajkummar

    Debutant director Ratnaa Sinha makes her foray into this cut-throat industry with Rajkummar Rao- Kriti Kharbanda starrer “Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana”. While her husband Anubhav Sinha has made versatile movies like ‘Gulab Gang’, ‘’, Ratnaa says that the plot of the film made her made her focus on her dream and move away television. “There are so many twists and turns in the movie that till then end you

  • Food talk with Chef Renato Viola

    Preeja Aravind catches up with the chef who is also a champion acrobatic pizza guy for a quick chat

  • Must-have apps for small businesses

    Running a startup or small business can be costly and hectic, but today’s apps can help save entrepreneurs’ time and money. Download these apps to make living the entrepreneurial life a little easier

  • TECH DECK UP: Gadgets every startup needs in its first office

    While many of the most well-known startups develop innovative apps and other useful pieces of software that you can find by exploring your smartphone or computer’s app store, many other up-and-coming companies are creating innovative gadgets that aren’t as easy to find, or available in one central location. So we’ve done the research for you and compiled a list of startups gadgets

  • Say bye to boring workouts

    Add something new to your exercise regime with these fun fitness activities

  • The sound of science 

    In a first of its kind, music composer Ashutosh Singh starts a web-based platform to tell stories related to oft-known and sometimes unknown topics of science, writes Shillpi A Singh

  • Traders body suggests Jaitley to freeze return filing for 10 days, upgrade GSTN

    Indore : With the increasing chaos over slow pace of GSTN portal causing enough woes to traders and tax consultants while filing return, Ahilya Chamber of Commerce and Industry has suggested the government to freeze the process of certain GST return filing for a while and make necessary rectifications on back-end part of GSTN to get rid of the problems.

  • Mary Kom storms into semis

    Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) : The celebrated MC Mary Kom led the charge by assuring herself of a sixth medal at the Asian women’s Boxing Championships as three Indians entered the semi-finals of the continental showpiece here on Saturday.

  • Girl commits suicide

    Indore : A 24-year-old girl allegedly committed suicide by consuming pesticide at her residence under Kanadiya police station area. The reason of her suicide could not be established as no suicide note was recovered from the spot.

  • Benneteau upsets Cilic

    Paris : French ATP tour veteran Julien Benneteau edged Croatia’s Marin Cilic 7-6 (7-5), 7-5 to reach the semi-finals of the Paris Masters and keep alive his pursuit of a maiden singles title. The 35-year-old wildcard, who finished runner-up in 10 Tour-level finals between 2008 and 2014, can give himself an 11th chance at a title if he can defeat either American Jack Sock or Spain’s Fernando Verdasco on Saturday.


    New Delhi : Prime Minister Modi on Saturday promised relief to traders and small businesses in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) next week to cut down their tax and administrative burden.