Free Press Journal
  • US Army plans to use biodegradable bullets that sprout plants

    Washington: The US Army is planning to use biodegradable bullets loaded with special seeds that sprout into plants which can eliminate ammunition debris and contaminants, reducing soil pollution in training grounds, says PTI.

  • British ex-spy linked with Trump memo goes into hiding

    London: A former British spy is “in fear of his life” and has gone into hiding after being publicly named as the author of a memo that claims Russia has compromising material on US President-elect Donald Trump.

  • EC censures BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj for population control remarks

    New Delhi: The Election Commission today “censured” BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj for his controversial remarks indirectly blaming Muslims for the population growth and warned that it would take stern action against him using all powers available to it if he violates the model code again.

  • Nepal, India to sort out banned Indian currency crisis

    Kathmandu: Nepal and India are set to sort out the crisis situation faced by tens of thousands of Nepali migrant workers after the November 8 demonetisation of high-value Indian currency notes.

  • US Army plans to use biodegradable bullets that sprout plants

    Washington: The US Army is planning to use biodegradable bullets loaded with special seeds that sprout into plants which can eliminate ammunition debris and contaminants, reducing soil pollution in training grounds.

  • Milky Way spewing out planet-size ‘spitballs’

    New York: When a star comes close to the black hole only to be ripped apart, the outward gas streamer gathers itself into planet-size objects which are then flung across the galaxy in a game of cosmic ‘spitball’, new research has revealed.

  • NGT pulls up Centre, Delhi government over garbage mess

    New Delhi: Irked over the garbage menace in Delhi due to East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) sanitation workers’ strike, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday pulled up Delhi government, civic bodies and the Centre.

  • BSF jawan’s wife says, husband being pressurised to withdraw his complaint

    Rewari (Haryana): The wife of BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav, who claimed that poor quality food was being served to soldiers on the Line of Control (LoC), on Thursday said that her husband is being pressurised to withdraw his complaint and apologise.

  • Puppies respond more readily to ‘baby talk’

    Washington: Puppies respond more readily than adult dogs when people talk to them just like they would with babies – more slowly and with a higher tone, a new study has found.

  • US lists a bee as endangered for the first time

    Miami: The US placed a bee on the endangered species list for the first time, after the rusty patched bumblebee’s population declined sharply due to pesticides, disease and climate change, officials said today.

  • Donald Trump administration to have ‘Office of the First Family’: Report

    New York: Under the Donald Trump presidency, the Office of the First Lady is going to be changed to the Office of the First Family which may signal the emergence of dual administration roles for the President-elect’s wife and daughter, according to a media report.