Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai Food: French fantasies in the city

    French vegetarian food in Mumbai marries a great culinary tradition with vegetarian food, creates magic on a plate and brings the café and lounge culture to the city, finds MAITHILI CHAKRAVARTHY

  • Myanmar: Beauty and the Bagan

    Stunning ruins of pagodas and temples on the Irrawaddy plains, Myanmar attracts tourists, writes UDAY K CHAKRABORTY

  • It’s Magic! The real-life Hogwarts of India

    These magic schools might not have any famous fictional character enrolled, but they provide required knowledge and skills to all the aspiring wizards, writes Preeja Aravind

  • Experience these 5 beer towns in USA

    America is the country with some of the best beer destinations around the world has thriving beer scenes. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that beer has become an unofficial national beverage now. If you are a true beer connoisseur, then you must plan your next vacation to the cities that are producing beer at a neck-breaking speed. Here is the list of 5 best beer towns in the USA that you can explore.

  • Fine Print! This exhibition explores the process of printmaking in Bengal

    The ongoing exhibition at Project 88 on Prints from Bengal: Modernism in Colonial India explores the process of printmaking in Bengal and its role in understanding the socio-political climate in British India of the early to mid-20th century. Kalyani Majumdar brings the story

  • An initiative to help leaders govern better

    Strategy-based initiative by Swaniti is helping Members of Parliament effectively deliver development solutions in their constituencies, find Mridul Negi and Puneet Dubey

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: The Complete Guide

    Don’t get what’s all the craze about the greatest tournament celebrating the beautiful game? Ayan Roy provides you with a cheat code to crack those bar conversations

  • South-East Monsoon to reach MP in few days

    Bhopal : Bhopal recorded 13.2mm rainfall in the last 24 hours as pre-monsoon activities continued for the second consecutive days bringing a sharp drop of 4 degree Celsius in the day temperature on Saturday in Bhopal.

  • Close shave for two families as old building caves in

    Bhopal : Twelve members of two families had a close shave when a portion of a dilapidated house where they were living caved in after heavy rain that lashed the state capital on Saturday.

  • MLAs not clapping in CM’s speech: Tomar ‘BJP to expose reality of loan waiver in Punjab’

    BHOPAL : Union minister Narendra Singh Tomarm, in a meeting of BJP legislature party (BLP) in Bhopal on Saturday, said that the MLAs were not clapping when CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan was recounting the achievements of the by the government. Tomar said if MLAs could put up their point amongst public in a better way only if they are excited enough.

  • War hero’s wife battles with 2 states to get her pension

    Mumbai : In a what can be a shame for the governments of two different states, a senior citizen was compelled to run from pillar-to-post for decades together, only to get her “right.” The 80-year-old woman who was stuck in the “blame-game” between the governments of Maharashtra and Karnataka (Defence departments), has finally got her right pension.

  • ‘Secret FB deals gave firms special user data access’

    Some of the pacts, known internally as “whitelists,” allowed certain companies to access more information about a user’s Facebook friends, people familiar with the matter said, as per Wall Street Journal report

  • To decongest SoBo, MMRDA plans to develop Wadala Truck Terminal

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority(MMRDA) has planned to develop the Wadala Truck Terminal to decongest South Mumbai by shifting the existing transport companies’ offices and godowns, currently located at the B and C wards in South Mumbai, causing traffic congestion. The truck terminal being developed by the MMRDA at Wadala will have, for the first time, a centralized facility for the transport of goods by road.

  • Hardik to support Cong in state elections

    BHOPAL : Gujarat Patidar community leader and Kisan Kranti Sena member Hardik Patel on Saturday said that he would support Congress party in next state Assembly elections.