Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai Food Review! Delhi Delights in Mumbai

    In order to satiate her craving for chatpata food, ANUPAMA CHANDRA stops at Delhi Highway to relish the good ol’ deliciousness of the city

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    Borders

    Will we not be able to erase these lines

  • female friendship, peace of mind, friendship goals, girls, weekend, weekend reads

    The story of female friendship

    I tell myself I befriend men more easily than women, because it assigns a certain type of cool. But also, to tell myself that I am incapable of female friendships hurts less than trying and failing at them. Before the consciousness of beauty came about in my life, gender was irrelevant. If you impressed me with your bravery, if you ran faster than I did, climbed higher than I did, burped louder

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    Mediterranean diet for a healthy heart! Pros and Cons

    Shillpi A Singh weighs the pros and cons of following the Mediterranean diet, which is hailed for its ability to lower rates of heart disease, thanks to a regimen rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and olive oil

  • One learns by listening to children: Writer Paro Anand

    Nilan Singh and  Paro Anand in conversation, in the course of which they traverse many paths – down memory lane,  to children’s hearts and minds, to schools and parents’ mindsets and finally to the beaches of Goa, where her new book is set.

  • Dialogue with Guru

    The Marma of Dharma and Karma

  • BJP set to become largest party in the Upper House 

    Mumbai : The BJP is set to become the single largest party in the Maharashtra Legislative Council after the July 16 biennial elections to 11 seats, making the ruling party eligible to stake claim to the post of Chairman of the Upper House of the legislature.

  • Soon, free treatment for senior citizens?

    • Civic hospitals plan to have a special ward for people over 60 •Proposal awaits Standing Committee approval,

    An outpatient department, pathology laboratory and physiotherapy unit will be especially dedicated for them in the hospital. This will make it easier for them to get treatment without having to wait in line with other patients. Special staff will be appointed to tend to elderly patients.

  • Green drive? BMC to give away 25k free saplings for plantation in July

    Mumbai : In its crusade to plant more trees in the city, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to give away as many as 25,000 tree saplings during the month of July. These can be planted in the premises of the society, private or under BMC jurisdiction, schools and colleges or commercial establishments.

  • City sees drop in monsoon-related diseases: BMC

     Mumbai : The city has witnessed a drop in leptospirosis, dengue, malaria, hepatitis and gastroenteritis cases in 2018 compared to 2017, says Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). There have been 779 cases of gastroenteritis this year as compared to 886 cases in 2017 and four suspected deaths reported due to leptospirosis and dengue.

  • Mumbai: 200 civic officials to keep an eye on plastic ban offenders post-deadline

    MNCs lobbying to soften plastic ban

    MUMBAI: Multinational companies like Amazon and H&M are lobbying to soften a ban against single-use plastic imposed by Maharashtra last week, according to four sources familiar with the matter.

  • VU’s 23rd convocation ceremony showcases colourful ambience

    Ujjain : The 23rd convocation ceremony of Vikram University (VU) was organised at the varsity’s Swarn Jayanti Hall here on Saturday afternoon. On the occasion, Governor-cum-chancellor Anandiben Patel presented gold medals to 48 students which performed excellently in different streams during the academic year 2014 to 2017. Hundreds of students were also awarded Ph D degrees.