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Tardy Air India Passenger Slaps Official At Delhi Airport. She Slaps Back


The flier's husband, who is a senior bureaucrat from the Haryana government, and is now in Gujarat on election duty, told HT that his wife was in the queue and just when she reached the counter, the staff closed it. The passenger after the altercation called the police. The DCP confirmed that both women agreed to compromise and did not want any action to be taken. Read More »

Manchester City Are Extraordinary - Antonio Conte Urges Chelsea To Focus On Themselves


The defending champions are up to third - 11 points behind leaders Manchester City - after an impressive run which has seen them beat Watford, Bournemouth, Manchester United and West Brom, whilst drawing at Liverpool . "We know our situation and we try to do our best in every moment but I'm very happy to work with our players in easy and hard situations". "For sure, it's always important for every team to have all the players available". Read More »

Virat, Anushka dance their heart out at Zaheer-Sagarika wedding


Sagarika's co-star from Chak De India , Chitrashi Rawat also attended the party. The pair was earlier spotted shaking a leg at cricketer Yuvraj Singh and actor Hazel Keech's wedding in Goa back in December past year. Zaheer, on one hand looked royal in his royal blue achkan where the attractive bride Sagarika, donned the look in a golden benarasi lehenga . Their energy and happiness as they grooved to the Punjabi beats of "Saddi Gali" stand testimony to the fact that they are now the ... Read More »

PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate Hyderabad Metro Rail, Today


The Hyderabad Metro Rail is now all set to be introduced by the PM Narendra Modi and Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on November 28.The authorities have decided fixed the minimum price Fare at minimum Rs 10 and the maximum at Rs 60.However, going by other modes of public transportation in the city, travellers may prefer Multi-Modal Transport System (MMTS) trains or RTC buses over metro services. Read More »

Three coffees a day linked to more health than harm


They concluded that drinking coffee seems safe "within usual patterns of consumption", except in pregnancy and among women who are at risk of a fracture. In a related editorial , Eliseo Guallar, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, warned that doctors should not begin to recommend coffee to help prevent or treat health complications . Read More »

Former Zim minister Chombo denied bail in graft charges


The magistrate said Chombo was being denied bail because his life would be at risk from members of the public. However, Madhuku said he would be preparing an urgent motion with Zimbabwe's High Court to have the ruling overturned within the next 48 hours. Read More »

Newborn found dead in bag under porch; mother charged


Her father discovered the baby while Robinson was at work on Sunday. Robinson was charged Sunday with criminal homicide, abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence and concealing the death of a child . 'So that's part of our case as well '. "They've all indicated to us weren't they aware, that she kept it a secret ", said Hermick. According to Hermick, authorities are still determining what caused the baby's death, whether it was "some exterior cause" or a natural passing. Read More »

Montana general hunting season comes to an end


License sale data suggest fewer hunters were in the woods this year than in 2016. In addition, he noted, the deer he's processing seem to be very healthy. Hunting is not allowed on Sundays. "All you do is take it to like Phillips Meat Processing or another deer processing place and tell them that you're donating it to Farmers Feeding the Hungry and they'll pay for the processing of that deer and it'll feed families here in our county that need food", said McCann. Read More »

Are Analysts Bearish Portland General Electric Company (NYSE:POR) After Last Week?

El Paso Electric Company had 17 analyst reports since November 20, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. The stock increased 0.22% or $0.04 during the last trading session, reaching $18.19. Harvest Fund Advisors Llc, a Pennsylvania-based fund reported 1.28 million shares. Public Employees Retirement System of OH now owns 9,237 shares of the utilities provider's stock worth $478,000 after acquiring an additional 90 shares during the period. Read More »

Pope dives into Rohingya crisis upon arrival in Myanmar


The pope and Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, who was accompanied by three other generals and a lieutenant colonel, met that first evening in the Yangon archbishop's residence, where the pope is staying. The United Nations and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have accused the country's army, the Tatmadaw, of conducting a campaign of "ethnic cleansing" against the Rohingya. Read More »

Lil Peep's Death: Fentanyl-Laced Drugs May Have Played a Role


The investigation into rapper Lil Peep's death is now focused on whether the powerful opioid fentanyl may have played a role in the rapper/singer's demise. "He thought he could take what he did, but he had been given something and he didn't realize what it was". The drug, most commonly used as an anesthesia and analgesia could also be used to lace other drugs like Xanax, which was found on the scene and create a deadly mixture of substances. Read More »

Tobacco Companies Admit Smoking Will Kill You, Thanks to Federally Mandated Ads

Smoking causes heart disease, emphysema, acute myeloid leukemia, and cancer of the mouth, esophagus, larynx, lung, stomach, kidney, bladder, and pancreas . Tobacco companies are also reportedly forced to pay for TV ads that would run between 30 and 45 seconds with a similar message. Full-page ads will appear in the Sunday issues of more than 40 newspapers until April, as well as on prime-time television slots over the next year. Read More »

Boko Haram kills three soldiers in Borno


Their plan was to overrun the army base and capture our town. Antigha said the soldiers died while repelling insurgent's attack on Saturday. As the insurgents, whom they suspected to be associated with Boko Haram, opened fire and threw grenades, the residents ran away, finding refuge in a nearby forest. Read More »

Let Me Prove I Am J Jayalalithaa's Daughter, She Told Supreme Court


However, this is not the first time that somebody has claimed that he or she is the offspring of Jayalalithaa, who never married and her private life was a hushed up affair. Also whenever Jayalalithaa visited Bangalore she stayed at the home of Shylaja and Sarathy -- which the petition says can be established from the records of the Tamil Nadu government's protocol list for 2007-08. Read More », Inc. (AMZN) Holdings Boosted by HM Payson & Co

HM Payson & Co. lifted its stake in, Inc. The stock increased 2.58% or $29.84 during the last trading session, reaching $1186. About 3.53 million shares traded. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has "Outperform" rating given on Monday, October 17 by Credit Suisse. The company has market cap of $230.59 million. The rating was downgraded by Deutsche Bank on Tuesday, November 22 to "Hold". Read More »

MS Dhoni comments on India playing against Pakistan


He also had visited an army school in Srinagar and interacted with aspiring cricketers in the border town of Uri. Dhoni is in the Valley for the past several days on the Army's invitation. "An India vs Pakistan series is not just sports, it's much more than that so the government is the best judge and up to them to take a call if we should play", Dhoni said. Read More »

Arvind Kejriwal hits out at BJP as AAP marks five years


He said though four of the ministers in the Kejriwal Cabinet had been stripped of ministership on account of corruption, they have not been removed from the AAP despite the fact that the party was born out of the India Against Corruption movement. Read More »

5kg of metal found in man's stomach


He reportedly had swallowed the objects some six months ago. After his complaints, he was soon taken to government-run Sanjay Gandhi Medical College and Hospital on November 18. The pysician said it was the first time he had seen anything like it in his career. He worked as a driver and would often swallow his pay. Khan's relatives say he had slipped into depression and may have become hooked on to eating metal objects. Read More »

Flies Carry a Lot More Germs than is Was Previously Known


According to them, flies are often touching garbage, feces, and other million of sources of bacteria. The scientists found that the houseflies were able to carry around 351 different types of bacteria, and the blowflies around 316. They said that the knowledge about flies transmitting diseases is something not new at all. Speaking to BBC News , Penn State University professor and study co-author Donald Bryant said that most people aren't aware of how many diseases flies can ... Read More »

Dozens of Migrants Drown Off Libya, but Hundreds Rescued


Libyan patrol boat commander Nasser al-Ghammoudi said one of the vessels was three-quarters under water when the coastguard arrived. The survivors were taken to Tripoli, where they were provided with food, water, and medical care, the authorities said. Read More »

Warm Weather Brings Increase in Business to Local Tree Farm


This year you may want to start early as a National Christmas tree shortage is playing the role of the Grinch this holiday season. Poe said for the next few years the demand could overtake the supply. That sentiment might be honest, but it's also strategic. He said prices for most trees are up between 10 and 15 percent. But, he warned, the fake trees "are going to be in landfills forever". Read More »

Schizophrenia Avatar Therapy May Help Reduce Voices In Head


Schizophrenia is a psychiatric disorder that affects around one in 100 people worldwide. Before starting treatment, patients worked with a therapist to create a computerised simulation, or avatar, of the voice they most wanted to quieten - including what the voice said, how it sounded, and how it might look. Read More »

Amazing Schalke comeback in 4-4 draw at Dortmund


Eintracht's Lucas Alario hit a post twice in the space of three first-half minutes and Leverkusen capitalised on their misfortune as Kevin Volland struck a 76th-minute victor. Without a win in five, Dortmund could not have wished for a better start. Guido Burgstaller started the comeback with a score then Harit ensured an exciting finale with Schalke's second with 25 minutes remaining. Read More »

ALP tipped to just win Queensland election


She pointed to the 1998 Queensland election when One Nation won 22 per cent of the primary vote and 11 seats in parliament. Economic management easily topped the list of most important issues to voters. Katter's Australian Party state leader Robbie Katter said he was excited about the impending result and hoped his rural conservative party could win up to five of the 10 seats it is running in. Read More »