Free Press Journal
  • Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies

    DGMC to host National Conference on ‘Paradigm Shift in Library Services’

    Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies (DGMC) is a well-known media institute with state-of-the-art learning and working environment where faculty, students and media professionals work in close association to facilitate generation of value in the media and entertainment spectrum. DGMC has now organised its first national library conference on the theme of ‘Paradigm Shift in Library Services’ on its hi-tech campus at Malad West on Saturday 26th November 2016.

  • Mapmygenomes all set to host a talk with Pooja Ramachandran on Genetic Testing & Diagnosis

    A 1st of kind Genetic Testing, talk session will be held at Studio 23. Geneticist and counsellor Pooja Ramchandran will guide this talk session from Mapmygenome. Pooja Ramchandran is a pioneer in the field of genetic counseling in India. She has been practicing clinical genetic counseling in India since graduating from Johns Hopkins University in 2008.

  • ‘Firuni Punha Janmayche’ – a movie on organ donation

    To increase the importance of organ donation and awaking in society Professor Deepak Jadhav written and directed a Marathi short film ‘Firuni Punha Janmayche’ produced by Prerna Deshmukh. The film is about some body parts that can be donated while one is living and some after death. Rajendra Lavankar; Archana Lavankar and Omsai hospital Kalyan are working in this field for last few years. Dr. Lavankar helps a lot for this film

  • The Kings Screech

    WHAT: A two-day Halloween carnival with a heavy preference to the works of Stephen King, though not limited to him, the The King’s Screech is Books On Toast’s way of celebrating bestselling + classic + Indian horror fiction, the books we grew up on: Poe, Dahl, Stine, Bond, King, Gaiman, Cronin: let’s celebrate all of them. It’s an event for readers as well as non-readers, with Horror aural mazes.There will be a Stephen King

  • Bharatanatyam Workshop

    What: As a part of the NCPA Nakshatra Dance Festival 2016, famed Bharatanatyam dancer, choreographer, instructor and writer, Leela Samson, will be conducting a Bharatanatyam workshop. Apart from this, she will also be performing Past Forward (Oct 23 – 7:00 pm,Tata Theatre, NCPA) along with her troupe Spanda.The performance is an inward journey of the soul, experienced through the body of the individual and the group collective. Samson, an ex-chairperson of the Sangeet Natak

  • Kundalini yoga with Bijay Anand

    WHAT: The path to bliss is stillness and wisdom. Ignorance keeps you away from asking questions that illuminate the path to self-realisation. In this workshop we will explore the three paths that we can take so that we may be wiser. Later in our lives we can use this wisdom to find enlightenment and bliss in our lives. The workshop is open for all. Fee: Rs 1,500 per session; Rs 4,000 per month.

  • Brunch with Beats

    Laze around this Sunday with some delightful melodies and some exotic Brunch brought to you by Happydemic featuring Artist “Vernon Noronha” at Hymus Restobar.

  • Mumbai Dessert Fest

    Mumbai Dessert Fest will be a place where you get to taste 50 different dessert items on one platter. Get a taste of the deserts from different parts of the country. Gorge on Rosogulla from Kolkatta, Petha from Agra, Khaja from Bihar, Mysore Pak from Karnataka and several other unknown sweet dishes from all across India. Entry is free.

  • Shaggy performing live in concert

    WHAT: Multi Grammy award winning artist Shaggy, known for his hit singles, “Oh Carolina”, “Boombastic”, “It Wasn’t Me” and “Angel” is all set to make Mumbaikars grove to his tunes. His distinctive voice is what makes him the king of reggae, dancehall, hip-hop, R&B, and pop. From ‘Big Up’ to ‘Only Love’ his songs have always been the life of every party. He’s coming to India to perform his popular numbers live. Since exploding

  • COMIC CON 2016

    WHAT: Alto K10 Mumbai Comic Con is back again! Alto Mumbai Comic Con 2016 will be much bigger and better with a truly enhanced fan experience.This year’s action packed show features the best of comics, merchandise, toys, experiential and gaming zones, International guests (like actor Jim Beaver, comic book artists like Cameron Stewart, Edwin Huang, Dan Goldman), meet and greet sessions, gaming, fan meet-ups and much more.There will also be Cosplay (costume contest), Exclusive

  • Healthy heart for healthy life, says Dr V M Dedhia

    Heart disease is one of the major killers in India. It is predicted that by 2020, around 2.6 million Indians will die due to heart disease; which constitutes more than half the cases of death due to cardiovascular diseases in the world.

  • Serve up bone strength with right nutrition: Dr Archik

    Osteoporosis is a disease which weakens the bones, makes them fragile and increases the risk of a fracture. According to World Health Organization, one out of every three Indian women and one out of eight men suffer from osteoporosis, making India one of the largest affected countries in the world.