Free Press Journal
  • Bright hues and Bowties: Up that style quotient

    Stuck in a boring, monotonous fashion mind-set? Feel the experts give women’s fashion all the attention? Find some of the so-called trends for men too outrageous to actually follow? Fear not, here’s six easy-peasy ways to amp up your style quotient and bring the fun back into dressing. No excuses now, guys!

  • 5 ways to re-use your lehenga

    We all love to play dress up at weddings. Even if your lehenga weighs more than you and your best friend put together, the sheer grandeur of being dolled up in your traditional best is one feeling we love to enjoy. But what happens after the big day is long over? Don’t we just hate stashing away our beautiful outfits in our closets? We feel you, girls. Most of us are guilty of buying lehengas convincing

  • 5 effective communication tips will help you become more sociable

    New Delhi: Applicable everywhere, if you want to master the art of holding multiple people’s attention at the same time or change yourself into an extrovert or expand your circle with time, here’s how to go about it:

  • Designer Hema Kaul merges femininity and practicality

    Hema Kaul gives a twist to the outfits with a combination of traditions in style and contemporary edginess, finds out Shikha Jain. By travelling the world, attending various fashion shows and purchasing materials that she can tinker on, Hema Kaul, a Dubai-based fashion graduate found a way to nurture the dream she is genuinely passionate about.

  • Pedal Away the City Blues

    Cycling is not a fad in India. Millions of people cycle across the towns and cities of the sub-continent. The morning newspaper boy and milkmen are the first images that come to mind and Mumbai’s famous dabbawallas also use the cycle to negotiate that megacity. Now, the humble cycle is being reinvented as a great way to move around, thanks to better gear and technology. It is not uncommon to see corporate kings strapped

  • Trying to Conceive in the City That Never Sleeps

    Mumbai is known as the Maximum City and the City that Never Sleeps. It is the most populous city in India. Life in Mumbai is fast-paced, noisy and crowded. The pressure and stress of urbanization in Mumbai has led to fertility problems in couples that are trying to conceive.

  • Indore: National Mario Day: Take a break from violent culture

    Indore: Creating a fantasy world making the gamer a hero saving his princess, video game Mario from the popular Nintendo game changed the lives of children born in 90s. The change was not limited to 90s kids, rather people seek its reality where men save women instead of harassing them.

  • Indore: Ordinary women with extraordinary role recognised

    Indore: Like every year, International Women’s Day was celebrated with much enthusiasm, promises and pledges across city on Thursday. Every year March 8 is celebrated across the world to express love and respect to women’s contributions in every field and the theme for celebration this year was ‘Positive Visibility of Women’.

  • Indore: They inspire others to aspire for height

    Indore: International Women’s Day is celebrated throughout the world on March 8. It is the day when women are recognized for their achievements. Acknowledging their accomplishment, effort and struggle, Free Press carried out their stories to inspire others.

  • Indore: Best portion of a man’s life, his unremembered acts of kindness

    Indore: Whether it is helping a senior cross the street or gifting flowers to make someone’s day pleasant, every little act of kindness adds positivity to the world. Great English romantic poet William Wordsworth said “The best portion of a man’s life, his little, nameless unremembered acts of kindness and love.”

  • Indore: Cycling away from gadget addiction

    Indore: With kids spending most of their times hooked to tablets and electronic gadgets, Shaikh family decided to bring a turn in their life by changing a family trend. “Gadgets are important and essential to survival today, but they also create a distance in family members, which is not good,” hotelier Zafar Shaikh said. Worry took over him as he wanted to bring a change in the trend.

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    Valentine’s Day 2018: Here are 5 appealing looks for special Valentine date for girls and boys

    The day of showering love on your partner, Valentine’s Day is just two days away. Hence, many people must be gearing themselves to plan their special date of Valentine’s Day. Well, if we think about special Valentine’s Day date, first thing comes to our mind is what you will wear for a date, which looks you can carry for that special date and so on.

  • Indore: Rewarding treasure of coins to interact with history & the world around

    Indore: Taking up as a hobby in childhood, collecting and documenting coins has become a passion for 49-year-old businessman Raj Bhadur Singh Gyanee. Spending time, resources and energy to gather coins brings him joy. Sharing his journey, Gyanee said, “Unlike this smart generation, I come from the time when kids fancied and also, treasured every possible thing they came across.” Those days his father used to give him two paisa as pocket

  • 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

  • Therapeutic approaches for a better living

    Healing therapy reinforces the resolve for mitigating distress and convalescence, leading to an improved lifestyle, writes RAVI VALLURI

  • Indore: Human Dynamo: The beautiful mixture of opposites

    Indore: Picking out the best of each parent, twins share birth-date but rarely share the same interest and skills. Utilising the best of their abilities and making it work for their benefit, this pair is entertaining and inspiring for those wondering about success.

  • Why (pseudo) feminism is dangerous for the society

    We are living in 2018 and 21st century and the world is progressing rapidly. Human beings are going places with innovation, technology, and science. The very idea of humanity is witnessing a huge shift and this time is about equality, gender rights and justice for all. The age-old debate between sexes is still going on and we are still fighting over superiority between men and women and recently the atmosphere has been