Free Press Journal
  • Life lessons from an umbrella

    It can be a true reflection of our life and an object worth learning a lesson from

  • Exploring the hidden paradise of Singapore

    DISHA DESHPANDE finds a middle path in travel destination. The green lands of Pulau Ubin are away from the concrete jungle of civilisation, but still will not leave you isolated from the human population

  • peace of mind, mother, mom, mummi, womb, motherhood, another mother, weekend reads

    The ‘other’ mother

    She was always a frail person, long before it became fashionable to be painfully thin. Her cheeks sunk into her skull, her collarbones strained against the pale membrane of skin. She walked with a slow, lopsided shuffle, as if each step was a chore. I called her Mammi, mother, but I didn’t come from her womb.

  • Eid 2018! Here’s your sumptuous Eid menu

    From snacks to desserts NIKITA CHAWLA shares the perfect list of delicacies you must not miss out on this Eid-al-Fitr!

  • Stay sweet, without sugar

    Other than salt, sugar is the only one major ingredient to have received a bad a rap. No wonder everyone is looking for a suitable alternative. Anupama Chandra attempts to help you in this trial 

  • Amit Shah

    Another person found hanging in WB ; BJP alleges political murder

    “Distressed to know about yet another killing of BJP karyakarta Dulal Kumar in Balarampur, West Bengal. This continued brutality and violence in the land of West Bengal is shameful and inhuman. Mamata Banerjee’s govt has completely failed to maintain law and order in the state,” Amit Shah said in a tweet.

  • Health dept to launch drive against smoking in public

    Indore : The health department will launch a drive against smoking at public places in the city from Monday. The department has sought support from district administration, police and Indore Municipal Corporation to help spread awareness and impose fine on violators. Main focus of the drive will be city hotels where no smoking zones have been set up.

  • Sharapova, Nadal on song

    Maria sets up potential Serena clash at Roland Garros

  • Anand draws with Wesley So in Norway chess

    Stavanger (Norway) : Viswanathan Anand played out his fourth draw on the trot, signing peace with Wesley So of United States in the fourth round of the Altibox Norway Chess tournament here.

  • BJP forms committees for polls

    BHOPAL : Bharatiya Janata Party announced several committees for the upcoming elections after its meeting of election management committee on Saturday.

  • BJP ally in Bihar wants 2019 polls seat-sharing finalised now

    PATNA: After JD-U and LJP, another BJP ally – Rashtriya Lok Samta Party (RLSP) – on Saturday demanded a decision on which party will contest how many seats in of 2019 Lok Sabha elections, citing lack of coordination in the BJP-led NDA.

  • Kashmir on edge after CRPF vehicle mows down protester

    Srinagar : Clashes broke out between protesters and security forces in the old city here on Saturday after the death of a youth who was allegedly hit by a CRPF vehicle during another confrontation on Friday. Protesters pelted stones when security forces stopped his funeral procession at Fatehkadal, a police official said. The forces fired dozens of tear smoke shells and pellets to chase them away.

  • Mhow to be developed  as satellite station

    Indore : Mhow railway station will be developed as satellite railway station for trains, which will be introduced for major destinations in future. This is because Indore railway station has no capacity left to accommodate more passengers and expand railway infrastructure needed for more trains. About 98 trains run from Indore railway station including daily and weekly trains.

  • AAP, Congress dismiss talk of alliance in Delhi

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday asked the Congress to “show guts” and announce its candidates for the seven Delhi Lok Sabha seats for the 2019 general elections after Congress’ Delhi chief Ajay Maken ruled out any alliance with the Arvind Kejriwal-led party. CM Arvind Kejriwal’s media advisor Nagendar Sharma said Maken, “after being rejected in politics”,  was trying his hand at psephology.

  • After Saturday showers, temp in city up by 3 degrees Celsius

    Mumbai : The city experienced a slight drizzle in some areas on Friday morning resulting in the sweltering heat that troubled Mumbaikars all day on Saturday. At Santacruz, the maximum temperature shot up to 36.1 degrees Celsius, almost three degrees above the normal. The corresponding temperature recorded on June 2 last year was 35 degrees Celsius.