Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Kala Ghoda festival goes ‘Green’ this year

    This is the year of painting the town green and again witnessing and soaking up the beauty of the city at Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in every form. The show has already begun with its splendour performances and programs to promote environmentally friendly lifestyle.

  • Moving cities, rent furniture at pocket-friendly rates

    Moving cities or a change to match your taste, some things are worth spending for as Pritha Banerjee discovers more and more people are opting to rent furniture than owning them

  • Cowboy fashion trend is the latest craze

    Western-inspired or cowboy fashion trend is the latest craze. Sapna Sarfare finds ways to let you ace the style

  • Chillies, Chilli special, charm and complexity, chilli dishes, food, weekend, weekend reads

    Chillies: Understanding its charm and complexity

    Found in everywhere in vivid colours, the spicy ingredient adds an interesting character to any cuisine. But we just do not understand its sheer complexity. Sapna Sarfare helps you appreciate this fiery spice.

  • weekend, weekend reads, atheist, personal choice, religion, beliefs

    Personal Choice: Why am I an atheist?

    Following a religion and belief in a supreme being is a personal choice, but the hatred and punishment for a non-conformist narrates a different story. Mridul Negi takes a look on the rising population of this set of people

  • Government removes MEP on onion export, prices rise slightly

    Nashik : The Central Government removed the Minimum Export Price (MEP) on onions paving the way for further exports, even as prices increased by around Rs 5 per kg in various APMCs in Nashik on Saturday.

  • Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation chief spells ‘cut’ to illegal film shoots in city

    Bhayandar : Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) chief Dr. Naresh Gite has finally spelt – ‘cut it’  to the claps of lights, action and camera  by the crew of illegal film shoots in the twin-city which has  metamorphosed into a production hub for the makers of tele=serials and reality shows.

  • BCCI announce rewards for Dravid, players

    New Delhi : The BCCI on Saturday announced a cash reward of Rs 50 lakh for the U-19 chief coach Rahul Dravid while the World Cup winning squad members will receive Rs 30 lakh each.

  • Right time to make India Vishwa Guru: Sinha

    Indore : Union minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha said that it is the right time to make India as a ‘Vishwa Guru’ and it can be done only by innovation. He said that India has to make its own growth model like China and USA as the time and conditions are different.

  • Padmaavat, Padmaavat row, Jauhar, Self immolation, Jauhar Kshatriya Manch, Jauhar Kshatriya Manch threatens to commit Jauhar, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Padmaavat stars, Padmavati

    HC asks govt to ensure release of Padmavaat

    BHOPAL : The Madhya Pradesh High Court on Saturday ordered the State Government to ensure release of film ‘Padmaavat’ in the state.

  • India colts world champions

    Kalra ton steers under-19 team to record fourth title with eight-wicket win over Australia

  • ‘LTCG tax won’t impact growing equity’

    Indore : While experts are praising the Union Budget-2018 announced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, many are still trying to learn what the Budget has brought for them. One of the major questions raised in everyone’s mind is what changes will take place in the long term equity investment. The question becomes much more important also for the salaried class, who were quite disappointed with the Budget due to no increase in


     Srinagar : Security forces have arrest-ed two Pakistan-trained Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, police said on Saturday. The militants, who had gone to Pakistan on valid Pakistani visa to obtain arms training to undertake terrorist activities in the Valley, were arrested during a joint operation by the police, Army and the CRPF, a police spokesman said here. He said the militants had obtained their passports specifically for the said