Free Press Journal celebrates 84th anniv

12 Jul,2012

By A Correspondent


The Free Press Journal, one of the oldest dailies published from Mumbai, recently celebrated its 84th anniversary by publishing a special eight page pull-out called Spirit.


To celebrate this intangible, yet very relevant, human trait called ‘spirit’, The Free Press Journal decided to profile Mumbaikars – men and women of courage – who did not give up. The issue was an attempt by The Free Press Journal to inspire Mumbaikars and present them with living examples of persons who surmounted obstacles by summoning the indomitable spirit.


Each page of the supplement had profiles of persons who summoned their inner strength, to deal with life challenges. The pull out had people like Raageshwari Loomba spoke on how Bells Palsy did not stop her from fighting back and opening up a new world; activist and lawyer Flavia Agnes spoke about the struggle of fighting domestic violence and how she battled years of abusive marriage.


The anniversary issue was received very well across the market thanks to the theme and the array of articles.


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