Free Press Journal
  • The Docklands: Mumbai’s last big hope before redevelopment

    It has been more than 35 contentious years of discussion, official assurances, plans, committees and reports; of activist organisations, accusations and controversies. Yet Mumbai’s last big hope, the redevelopment of the city’s eastern seafront, seems nowhere close to kicking off, much less to fruition.

  • Reinvent: Is ‘upcycling’ the new fashion buzzword?

    Can your decade-old jeans be re-worked into an eye-catching contemporary fashion statement? Can the fabric waste generated in the process of manufacture of garments be put to any sartorial use? Can your second-hand clothing be transformed by fashion houses into chic, trendy wear? The answer is a resounding yes, as our marquee Indian brands — Boro, Doodlage, Péro, KaSha, et al – are proving upcycling with stunning results.

  • Tech innovations that could change life

    Tech innovations have again come to the forefront as users be it old or young are trying to keep themselves updated. Chandragupta Amritkar says that there are technological innovations bound to change our live in 2016 and beyond.

  • Cinematic Rejuvenation: Not 100 crores, not successful?

    Deepa Gahlot says that it is the interest of the industry to make space for new voices and new visions, to encourage the rebel and the out-of-the-box thinker. It could be the cycle of rejuvenation for the industry. 

  • A city on the move with many turns and bends

    A grand and great city like Mumbai is never static – it moves all the time. Many a turning point comes in its journey, some small, some really significant. Those are the ones that change the city forever, for good or for bad, says Sidharth Bhatia.

  • Mumbai has a long way to go

    Looking all around, it appears that Mumbai’s infrastructure has developed tremendously in the last few years. Bridges, flyovers, expressways–these are all major changes in the way the city moves. But yet, commuters travel for hours to get to their destinations. Why is that and what more should be done?, says Akhilesh Tilotia.