Free Press Journal
  • World’s first recorded computer music restored

    Melbourne: Scientists in New Zealand today said they have restored the world’s earliest known recording of computer-generated music, created over 65 years ago using programming techniques devised by pioneering British computer scientist Alan Turing, according to PTI.

  • Immunodeficiency in kids is alarming: Study

    New Delhi: In India, due to air pollution, unhygienic conditions, sedentary life style and genetic disorders, immunodeficiency has touched an alarming situation, according to ANI. According to experts, there is no authentic data on incident of this, but alarming situation and severity of the problem can be judged from the fact that an urban kid falls sick every month on average.

  • Tripura unanimously ratifies GST Bill

    Agartala: The Tripura Assembly on Monday unanimously ratified the Constitutional Amendment Bill on Goods and Services Tax (GST).

  • Modi reviews Indus water treaty, says blood and water cannot flow together

    New Delhi: “Blood and water cannot flow together,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today as he chaired a review meeting of 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty during which it was decided that India will “exploit to the maximum” the water of Pakistan-controlled rivers, including Jhelum, as per the water sharing pact.

  • Thakur rules out pink-ball Test this home season

    New Delhi: Pink ball will not be used in Test cricket this home season, said BCCI president Anurag Thakur today. With this statement, Thakur put to rest speculation on India hosting its first ever day-night Test in the long home season comprising 13 Tests which will go up to February-March.

  • Pakistan demands international probe into Uri attack

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday demanded an international probe to “unearth the facts” into the terror attack on an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri earlier this month, terming India’s allegations that the militants were from Pakistan as “baseless”.

  • Supreme Court asks expelled AIADMK MP Sasikala Pushpa to join probe

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today asked expelled AIADMK Rajya Sabha member L Sasikala Pushpa to join the probe into two criminal cases of alleged sexual harassment of her family maids and forging of documents in her anticipatory bail petition lodged by the Tamil Nadu police.

  • Soon, wearable sensor to monitor blood sugar levels from sweat

    Melbourne: Scientists have developed a new sponge-like copper-based material for wearable sensors that can measure blood sugar levels from sweat, an advance that may allow diabetics to painlessly monitor their disease.

  • MS Dhoni: The Untold Story becomes tax-free in Jharkhand

    Ever since the promos of MS Dhoni: The Untold Story got released, it has only upped the curiosity level of the cinegoers. While the film is all set to release this week, it has already been declared tax-free in MS Dhoni’s home state- Jharkhand, whose government waived the entertainment tax from the film.

  • Physical activity may lower bacterial infection risk: Study

    London: Low or moderate levels of physical activity may significantly lower your risk of bacterial infections as compared to a sedentary lifestyle, a new study has claimed. The risk of viral infections is known to be affected by physical activity, but little information was available regarding the more serious infections caused by bacteria.

  • New tools to help search habitable environments on Mars

    Washington: NASA scientists have developed a set of five instruments that can take surface measurements on Mars to help understand weather conditions on the red planet as well as search for potentially habitable environments. When human explorers embark on the journey to Mars, they need to know the natural conditions of the red planet before they arrive.