Free Press Journal
  • Chicago: Stunning view from the top

    NEETA KOLHATKAR explores the skyscraper-lined skyline of the windy city and is impressed

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    Matheran: Live with a local, celebrate art and culture

    Matheran is a quiet and peaceful hill station tucked away in the Western Ghats known for its red soil and gorgeous climate. The hill station is surrounded by lush hills, a variety of hotels and guesthouses, street markets and monkeys. In short, it is a perfect getaway. If this was not enough, Central Railway will give you more reasons to plan your next trip to Matheran. It plans to build homestays, exhibit

  • Shraddha Kapoor’s Ladakh travel tales

    Shraddha Kapoor shares travel tales with LIPIKA VARMA including the one about running out of instant bhel in Europe

  • The other Thailand: Visit to Chiang Mai could change your perception of the country

    From communing with the indigenous hill tribes to learning the nuances of Northern Thai cuisine and a whole lot more in-between, the picturesque city of Chiang Mai nestled in the verdant hills of Lanna, Northern Thailand has a lot to offer and will change your perception of Thailand forever, says Raul Dias. 

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    International Friendship Day 2018: Revive the old bonds this Friendship Day with these tours

    Traveling is the truest test of a friendship and when you find someone who is as crazy as you. It is entirely a different story. If you have a travel companion that understands you is like hitting a jackpot. All quirks and habits come out in open when you travel together over a couple of days. In the end, all you will have are crazy and hilarious memories together and having somebody

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    Lokmanya Tilak death anniversary: Mumbai’s tribute to the Lokmanya 

    Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak was one of the first and strongest advocates of ‘Swaraj’, meaning ‘self-rule’. He was the one who coined the phrase ‘Swarajya is my birthright and I shall have it!’ He was the first leader of the Indian Independence Movement and was called as ‘The father of the Indian unrest’ by the British colonial authorities. During his lifetime, he had been tried thrice -1897, 1909 and 1916 – of