31 workers convicted over killing at Indian vehicle plant

31 workers convicted over killing at Indian vehicle plant

The Maruti Suzuki Workers Union said it would be present at the district court on Friday. The fire led to murder of an employee in July 2012 after initial disagreements between the employees and the management escalated the matter. "They have been implicated in the case and management witnesses have deposed against them because they stand for rights of workers". Maruti Suzuki, which is majority owned by the Japanese parent company, is India's largest vehicle manufacturer with a 50% share of ... Read More

Ronald Koeman: Everton paid for their errors in defeat at Tottenham

Ronald Koeman: Everton paid for their errors in defeat at Tottenham

The start of the game was very even as both sides weren't giving each other much time on the ball to get their passing games going. "I wanted that third goal and I had chances which I should have scored". The England duo are rarely out of sync on a football pitch and once again it proved to be the case on Sunday afternoon as Spurs claimed a 3-2 win over Everton at White Hart Lane. Read More

Subway: Our Chicken Is Real Chicken

Subway: Our Chicken Is Real Chicken

You might have thought chicken is the healthiest choice when ordering a Subway sandwich; however, an investigation by CBC Marketplace into what's in the meat might leave you unsettled. Results were much worse for the two Subway samples. Company spokesperson Kevin Kane said in the release that the "alleged test results" shown on the program are "false and misleading". Read More

83-year-old is Dallas County's 8th flu death this season

The county says while children under six months old can not get a flu shot, there are other ways to protect them. According to a weekly map published by the CDC tracking flu activity across the country, only six states carry less than a "widespread" designation - the most significant category on the map. Read More

American Cancer Society sees rise in colon, rectal cancers in younger adults

They found that colon cancer rates have been increasing by one to two percent each year from the mid-1980s through 2013 in adults 20- to 39-years-old. Most of the nation's 135,000 annual cases and 50,000 deaths related to colon and rectal cancer still occur among people over age 55. "This new study would favour a closer look at whether screening should be done earlier", said Dr John Kisiel, a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Read More

United States drug overdose deaths doubled since 1999

United States drug overdose deaths doubled since 1999

The highest rates of drug overdose deaths occurred in West Virginia, New Hampshire, Kentucky and Ohio. Heroin caused more drug overdoses than any other drug. But the rate grew the fastest - an average of 10.5 percent per year from 1999 to 2015 - among adults between 55 and 64 years old. The National Center for Health Statistics said Friday the massive increase in heroin and general opioid abuse in the USA since 2010 is driven by lower drug prices and ever higher potency. Read More

Study claims people with ADHD have slightly smaller brains

Study claims people with ADHD have slightly smaller brains

They measured the whole brain volume and also the span of seven areas thought to be connected to the disorder. For the current study, the researchers worked with 1,713 individuals with ADHD and 1,529 without, with ages ranging from 4 to 63 years old. Read More

Dueling Planned Parenthood rallies in Fort Collins

Dueling Planned Parenthood rallies in Fort Collins

That's why Sharon Caldwell and a large group of other counterprotesters came out to the St. Louis clinic to rebut the claims of the anti-abortion rally Saturday. "There's been a moral reawakening among young people", Trent said. Advocates say Planned Parenthood provides vital services to women including birth control and STD screening and that abortions only make up a small portion of what Planned Parenthood does. Read More

Prime Minister Narendra Modi likes 'peeping into bathrooms', Google searching

Prime Minister Narendra Modi likes 'peeping into bathrooms', Google searching

The BJP is facing a tough electoral battle against an alliance of the Indian National Congress and the Samajwadi Party, and also against the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) led by the popular Ms Mayawati, a champion of the lower-caste Dalits. "But the result is we have suffered most number of casualties in the last seven years". Many like Pinky Bharti, a beautician in Ghaziabad, admire the bold move and see him as a messiah who will root out corruption. Read More

Qatar spending $500M a week on 2022 World Cup preparations

The Emirate is expected to spend more than $200 billion in total by 2022. The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is reported to have cost $11bn (£8.8bn) to host, while Russian Federation increased government spending on the 2018 World Cup by $321m to $10.7bn. Read More

Senate Bill Would Move Funding From Planned Parenthood to Women's Health

In the past few days, more devastating facts have surfaced about the organization that profits from the more than 300,000 abortions it performs every year: Planned "Parenthood" is not really for parents. 7 by The Associated Press about a bill to defund Planned Parenthood in Virginia reported erroneously that losing funding would force the group to close its five clinics in the state. Read More

Teenage E-Cigarette Users Turn To 'Dripping' For More Intense Effect

Teenage E-Cigarette Users Turn To 'Dripping' For More Intense Effect

E-cigarette swork by heating liquid and creating vapor, which is then inhaled and then exhaled. Yale researchers are out with a study that shows more teenagers are trying something new and possibly unsafe with electronic cigarettes. These encourage smoking tricks, where vapor patterns can be produced with thicker clouds, Krishnan-Sarin said. "It's a lot of the "do-it-yourself" type guys that are into this". Read More

5 things you need to know about women and heart disease

The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders will proclaim February 3 as " National Wear Red Day " to promote awareness and understanding of heart disease as a key element in every woman's overall health and wellness in Ocean County and the United States. Read More

Pro Bowl skills challenge airs tonight, featuring Browns' Joe Thomas playing dodgeball

Pro Bowl skills challenge airs tonight, featuring Browns' Joe Thomas playing dodgeball

One of the fundamental differences between the Pro Bowl and the all-star games in baseball, basketball and hockey is that those other sports' all-star games really do have all the stars. Fourth up was probably my favorite. He edged out Andy Dalton, Dak Prescott, and Drew Brees, the latter of which came the closest with 16 points. It was tied up at 2-2 heading into. Read More

Miss Universe participants represent their nations at National Costume Show

Miss Universe participants represent their nations at National Costume Show

In the event you find yourself in dire need of feathers, crystals and illusion netting this weekend, you're out of luck: The Miss Universe pageant has cornered the market for its always awe-inspiring National Costume parade. "India, it's time to stand united and vote". He mistakenly announced Miss Colombia as the victor instead of the Philippines' Pia Wurtzbach. Malacañang on Saturday expressed its support for the country's bet, Miss Philippines Maxine Medina for the 65th Miss Universe ... Read More

Man robs USA bank to 'get away from his wife'

Man robs USA bank to 'get away from his wife'

According to The Associated Press , court documents reveal that Ripple gave a bank teller a note, which read, " I have a gun, give me money ". But after the bank teller handed over several thousand dollars in cash, Ripple didn't flee the scene - he sat down and waited for police to arrive and arrest him. Read More

White House Denies New Report of CIA Re-Instituting Foreign 'Black Sites'

The leaked draft order lifting the ban on Bush-era "enhanced interrogation techniques", however, only echoed statements Trump made on the campaign trail like "torture works" and "if it doesn't work, they deserve it anyway." "Does torture work? And the answer was yes, absolutely ", Trump said in an interview with ABC News. Read More

Gravity wave could be responsible for anomaly in Venus' atmosphere

Like on Earth, gravity waves on Venus could be triggered by disturbances in stable layers of the atmosphere, such as the flow of wind over a mountain range. European Space Agency's Venus Express spotted several before the end of its mission in 2014. "They used an atmosphere model (a bit like a weather model but for Venus), imposed a wave at 10 km in a region of mountains of Venus ... Read More

US Salmon Could Be Infested With Japanese Tapeworm

US Salmon Could Be Infested With Japanese Tapeworm

William Schaffner, a professor of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicinem, told CNN . The discovery has led the researchers to hypothesize the possibility of infection among the salmon caught along the Pacific coast of North America. Read More

Trump Meets With AT&T's Randall Stephenson

Trump Meets With AT&T's Randall Stephenson

Since then, he has also called out CNN for its coverage on the allegations of Russian election tampering and the reported ties between Trump and Vladimir Putin. BTIG analyst Rich Greenfield shared the view that it's unlikely the merger could be halted. During the next day's press conference, Trump refused to answer a question from CNN's Jim Acosta calling CNN "fake news". Read More

Tips for sticking with your New Year's Resolution

Tips for sticking with your New Year's Resolution

According to Holmberg, one common reason people are not able to stick with their resolution is that they think too big. We went downtown Colorado Springs on a mission to find out what locals are saying they have planned for New Year's resolutions. Read More

Roof to have another mental health, competency hearing on Monday

Roof to have another mental health, competency hearing on Monday

U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel granted the request Thursday and set a hearing for Monday morning. Dylann Roof, convicted of killing nine people in a Charleston church, will undergo a second hearing to determine if he is competent to stand trial, this one just ahead of a sentencing phase where jurors will decide whether he should receive life in prison or death. Read More

Woolworths to develop new 'Metro at BP' stores

BP also owns the Kwinana oil refinery in Western Australia state, and stakes in the active North West Shelf liquefied natural gas facility and proposed Browse gas-export venture. ASX-listed Caltex Australia, which paid $340 for Gull NZ's 77 sites and other assets, had offered $A1.5 billion for the Woolworths chain. "The sale of the fuel business is not expected to have a material impact on Woolworths Group earnings", the statement added. Read More

A new WHO-backed Ebola vaccine is showing a 100% success rate

A new WHO-backed Ebola vaccine is showing a 100% success rate

World Health Organization reports experimental vaccine against Ebola as high effectiveNo Ebola cases were recorded 10 days or more after vaccination was introduced among the almost 6,000 people, who received the vaccine. " Ebola left a devastating legacy in our country", Sakoba said. Kobinger is strongly optimistic that there will never be a deadly epidemic again like the one that happened in 2015 in West Africa. Read More

TODAY'S FORECAST: Cloudy, chance of rain and snow showers

TODAY'S FORECAST: Cloudy, chance of rain and snow showers

Northwest wind 5 to 7 miles per hour. Saturday Night: A 20 percent chance of light rain. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible. Today: Increasing clouds, with a high at 43. Calm wind becoming south around 6 miles per hour in the afternoon. Light and variable wind becoming southeast 5 to 10 miles per hour in the morning. Read More

Four-Alarm Fire in Manhattan Injures 24, With 2 Injured Critically

Four-Alarm Fire in Manhattan Injures 24, With 2 Injured Critically

It wasn't clear what started the fire, but Leonard said open windows and high winds caused "very heavy smoke" to go into the hallways and rise up into the building's upper floors. "I saw there was smoke and then somebody called from upstairs, 'Call 911, call 911, '" one resident said. Four firefighters were also injured, including one who sustained serious burns, the FDNY said. Read More

After Three Years in Foster Care, Michael Brown Finds A Forever Home

After Three Years in Foster Care, Michael Brown Finds A Forever Home

The original plan was for his biological mom to regain custody, but when that fell through Montgomery opened her house and her heart. "My children's last name is Brown his was already Brown when he got here so it was again meant to be, Valentine's baby, his last name was Brown, everyone always says he looks just like the girls", she said . Read More

Gunman kills Russian ambassador to Turkey, shouts 'Don't forget Syria'

Gunman kills Russian ambassador to Turkey, shouts 'Don't forget Syria'

Karlov was shot dead while attending an art exhibit in Ankara on Monday. He had stayed at a nearby hotel to prepare for the attack. "Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones, the Russian people, and with the other victims who were injured in this shooting". Read More

Kharagpur students sit on hunger strike against registration fee hike

Kharagpur students sit on hunger strike against registration fee hike

The increase in the registration fees from Rs 29,000 to Rs 37,000 in IIT Kharagpur has left students agitated. Also, some costs like security, gaps in electricity bill, etc have been directly taken over by the institute to alleviate the burden on students. Read More

Remains Found in Luzerne County are Teenage Homicide Victim

Grace's mother, Sara Packer, reported her daughter missing from their Tennis Avenue home on July 11. Officials Thursday announced the dismembered remains found strewn about a wooded area in Bear Creek Township earlier this year belonged to a Montgomery County girl missing since summer and the teen's mother is accused of obstructing investigators' efforts to locate her. Read More