Free Press Journal
  • Amul-ya Bharat: Here are the best recent satirical ads by Amul

    Amul ads are known for puns and satire on current affairs. It’s common to peek outside the window of the car and try to spot the new Amul ad to see their ads. They are witty and relevant to everyday news, which makes them unique and interesting. Here are the best recent Amul ads that will bring a smile on the face:

  • I don’t make films to change people’s mindsets, says Akshay Kumar

    New Delhi: Action, comedy, patriotism, satire, romance, drama — in a career spanning over 25 years and and a 100plus filmography, Akshay Kumar has highlighted the concept of “good over evil” through many of his movies. However, the actor says he has never intended to preach anything to the audience or to change anybody’s mindset with his work.

  • Ulta Pulta: The ‘fragrant’ bureaucracy

    The dynamic Andhra Pradesh administration under Chief Minister Chandra Babu Naidu is all set to take a Big Leap forward exploiting its cattle wealth, says V Gangadhar after a recent visit to the state. The AP bureaucracy, however, has its own doubts. 

  • Ulta Pulta: To the defence of Angelina Jolie

    The large legal community in India is gearing up to defend beauteous Hollywood star Angelina Jolie in her divorce suit against husband Brad Pitt. After all, India has the largest pool of unemployed lawyers in the world, points out V Gangadhar. 

  • Ulta Pulta: Testing times for Indian dentistry

    With dentists recommending root canal treatment even for a shaking tooth how can we ignore BJP leader Ram Madhav’s warning to Pakistan over the Uri attack, ‘for one tooth, the complete jaw’. Do we have enough jaws to cope with the situation, wonders V Gangadhar.  

  • Paes finds a new pal

    Leander: Ole, Ole, Ole! You are really a bull, Rafa. Seeing you after such a long time? Why don’t we meet more often?

  • Ulta Pulta: One big leap forward

    V Gangadhar investigates and discovers how the number of honour killings in UP jumped from 28 in 2014 to the present 192. 

  • Ulta Pulta: All that burns bright is not Bombay IIT

    Want to find out how good or bad an educational institute really is? Conduct an objective internal assessment which could reveal some startling facts, says V Gangadhar. 

  • Ulta Pulta: Hail the new era in Indian sports

    V Gangadhar reminiscences about the week that was – a week that brought two medals to India from the land of Olympics and new sporting events that seem to be lurking on the horizon.  

  • Ulta Pulta: What’s in a name? Everything!

    With Rio Olympics throwing up new sporting Queens, many would stake claim on  names like Sindhu and Sakshi writes Sumeet Naik.

  • Lion

    Lions are introverts, and knowing that could save your life

    I dreamed that TV wildlife guru David Attenborough was narrating a film about my life: “And for the 49th time, the runt of the group attempts to climb out of the pit but does a dramatic face plant into decomposing warthog poop. Let’s see if he gets up this time.”

  • Ulta Pulta: Gubernatorial Adventurism

    Sunday magazines in newspapers are making news. According to reports, most of them are not doing well, filching news items from the news and making them to  appear like fresh news before us. V Gangadhar inspects.

  • Every face has a story

    Some reveal what’s on their minds, others camouflage, writes Sumeet Naik.

  • Active seniors, group of old friends playing cards at park Pic:

    Know your Talk-Time…

    It is important to talk, but even more important to know how much you need to talk, writes Sumeet Naik. 

  • Window To Life!

    Most of us spend our time either travelling to work or returning back home, daily. In the little bit of time we get in between commuting, we love to spend it by reading, sleeping, chatting on mobile or watching television. When was the last time we actually sat near the window, observing anything and everything that was happening outside? I’m sure, most of us will not even remember.

  • Ulta Pulta: Protecting the Royal Couple

    In this crisis-prone world celebrities are vulnerable and the countries they come from and the ones that host their visits have to offer them super-special security. With the British royal couple, Prince William and Duchess Kate in India, both the Indian and British governments are not sparing any efforts with their super security measures. V Gangadhar investigates.