Free Press Journal
  • UK set to ban ‘zombie knives’

    “Zombie knives” as the name suggests are inspired by blades frequently seen in horror films, particularly “zombie apocalypse” movies.

  • Bus bombing at Turkish border crossing kills 10 Syrian rebels

    Beirut: A bomb blast at a border crossing between Syria’s opposition-held Idlib province and Turkey killed at least 10 Syrian rebel fighters, activists said, as a wave of airstrikes pounded the region and fighting raged in the contested northern city of Aleppo.

  • China bullet trains racing at 350 kmph

    Beijing: China on Monday began operating its indigenously designed bullet trains which can clock 350 kmph speed, the country’s first passenger train using Electric Multiple Units technology.

  • Jittery Pak calls Baloch separatists for dialogue , After India speaks of atrocities on Baloch…

    Ziarat (Pakistan): Days after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke about the atrocities being carried out on the people of Balochistan and Pak-occupied Kashmir (PoK), the political and military leaderships has invited self-exiled Baloch leaders to come to the negotiating table while stating that dialogue is the only way to find a solution to all issues.

  • Thing you didn’t know about Tiger Shroff

    Karan Johar announced his upcoming Student Of The Year 2 (SOTY2) directed by Punit Malhotra with Tiger Shroff, declaring, “It’s Official”. With the mammoth reach of Dharma Productions, if Tiger Shroff was already big, he’s poised to become huge! Here’s celebrating 10 nuggets about the actor, which you really should know about…

  • Why Ali Fazal is the perfect groom

    Agree to it or not, every time you watch Khamoshiyan or Bang Baaja Barat you fall in love with Ali Fazal and with his insane charm. There is something about him that unwantedly make you blush, now imagine him as a groom. Got the odd butterfly or two in your stomach? With Happy Bhaag Jayegi releasing soon, the happiness mounts! Recounting the reasons that make Ali so desirable…

  • My parents had apprehension going public with IVF: Tusshar Kapoor

    Bollywood actor Tusshar Kapoor says his parents were a bit apprehensive about announcing that he had a child through IVF and surrogacy as they did not know how it would be perceived. The 39-year-old actor became a single father to a baby boy, who was born through in vitro fertilization (IVF) and surrogacy, in June this year.

  • Having six pack abs limits you as actor: Nawazuddin

    Many Bollywood stars might obsess over achieving six-pack abs but Nawazuddin Siddiqui prefers his lean body structure as he feels it allows him to do variety of roles. When asked about the physique-conscious Bollywod, Siddiqui in a Q&A said, “I think six-pack (abs) body limits you as an actor. I can do a variety of roles as I have a normal body structure.”

  • New vegetation map unveils changes to Earth’s ecosystems

    Melbourne: Researchers have developed a new system to map the world’s “biomes” – large-scale vegetation formations – that may help track the effect of climate change on Earth’s ecosystems, reports PTI.

  • Women are also from Mars like men

    London: New research in Britain has claimed there is very little difference in the way male and female brains function, overturning the notion of ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’ as propagated by the 1990’s psychology bestseller, reports PTI.

  • Faster data speed at 2GB/sec in the offing

    Jeddah: Scientists have developed a new material that may not only provide efficient lighting, but also power wireless internet with data speed of up to two gigabytes per second, reports PTI.

  • Improper diet leads to poor heart health in kids

    New York: Children who eat high-calorie, low-nutrition food and avoid eating healthy are at risk of having poor heart health, a new study has suggested, reports IANS.

  • How racial inequality is developed online

    New York: Internet users tend to navigate between websites in a racially segregated way despite pathways that provide equitable access to different sites, finds a new study, reports PTI.