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Iceland's WOW air to commence India operations


Wow Air, which would be flying an Airbus A330 Neo to India and operate five days a week, now serves 39 destinations across Europe and North America including London , Paris, New York, Toronto, Baltimore, San Francisco and Chicago. Iceland, he asserted, was an ideal hub for North America-bound flights from India because of its location on the direct flight path, resulting in a shorter distance, reduced fuel burn, less engine usage and lower fares. Read More »

Two-Headed Deer Found By Mushroom Hunter In Minnesota Forest


The hunter known as the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, in which D'Angelo was functioning at the moment. D'Angelo of the University of Georgia calls the latest finding unbelievable and extremely rare, considering that the twin fawns were delivered by the mother. Read More »

School budget votes and board elections to be held Tuesday


Tomorrow, the Oakland City Council will vote on whether or not to sell city-owned land in the Fruitvale neighborhood to a charter school for its new campus. "I think that potentially could get real problematic", board member Dean Loumos said of the proposal. Oil City School Board members on Monday reviewed the district's tentative 2018-2019 budget. Read More »

STD cases drastically climb in California


See the CDPH's breakdown of the data here . Chlamydia and gonorrhea rates among African-Americans were almost five times higher than caucasians, CDPH found. Los Angeles County alone saw congenital syphilis cases jump from eight in 2013 to 47 past year. Gonorrhea cases also hit a new high in California, reporting the highest number since 1988. Read More »

Scientists found a way to transfer memories between animals


The research wasn't done to create some sort of mollusc mega-mind, but to help understand the physical basis of memory - and it could aid in both restoring lost memories, and easing the trauma of painful ones. This sensitised the snail so when they were poked they contracted their gills in a robust offensive action. But through repeated shocks, the researchers trained them to curl for longer, up to about 50 seconds. Read More »

Summit Is Set: Trump-Kim To Meet June 12 In Singapore


North Korea denies kidnapping the South Koreans and says they want to remain in the North. North Korea will destroy its nuclear test site later this month, ahead of a summit with the United States, it said Saturday, pledging to blow up its tunnels in front of invited foreign media. Read More »

This Country, Three Girls Each Score Two BAFTA TV Awards


The new mum, who plays nurse Trixie in the BBC drama, gave birth to her first child with co-star Jack Ashton in September, 2017. 'She is incredibly strong. The Best Drama award went to Peaky Blinders , which was one of the surprises of the night as most people expected Netflix's The Crown to walk away with award. Read More »

American Red Cross volunteers install smoke detectors for "Sound the Alarm" campaign

Several fires have been occurring around the city lately, spurring the Louisiana Red Cross and the New Orleans Fire Department teamed up this weekend to make sure that everyone has a working smoke alarm. "They're going to have someone talk about some of the basic fire safety tips". "We found a real need for a campaign like this based off of a ton of stats that boil down to the fact that most Americans are over confident and under prepared for house fires", Meianna Oeser of the American Red ... Read More »

Cardi B Responds to Azealia Banks, Deletes Instagram Account

It all began when 26-year-old Azealia referred to Cardi as an "illiterate, untalented rat" and a "caricature of a black woman" in a recent interview. Asked to explain herself during an interview with USA radio show The Breakfast Club , Banks referenced Beyoncé's 2016 album Lemonade , which Banks claimed had marked an "all-time high" in the "conversation surrounding black women's culture". Read More »

Drug target for curing the common cold


United Kingdom scientists believe they may have found a way to combat the common cold . Early lab-based tests with human cells have shown the molecule's ability to completely block multiple strains of cold virus, and the team hope to move to animal and then human trials. Read More »

Police investigating deaths of neighbors fatally shot in Bushwick


Ana Devalle was found in her apartment on the fifth floor of the Bushwick Houses at 6:47 p.m. on May 11th, killed in an execution-style murder with "several" gunshot wounds to the head. There is also "similar" forensic evidence between the two apartments, he added. Kemper said a connection between the two deaths is unknown at the time, but that there are similarities in proximity and in the manner of death. Read More »

Equities Analysts Issue Forecasts for Time Warner's Q2 2018 Earnings (TWX)

The stock decreased 1.52% or $0.1 during the last trading session, reaching $6.5. Globalstar, Inc. (NYSEMKT:GSAT) has declined 57.71% since May 12, 2017 and is downtrending. (NYSE:TWX). Amalgamated Retail Bank holds 97,835 shares. (NYSE:TWX) or 82,535 shares. Time Warner's payout ratio is now 25.08%. (NYSE:TWX). Eaton Vance Management stated it has 0.19% of its capital in Time Warner Inc. Read More »

Danny Cipriani expected to sign for Gloucester Rugby following England recall


The 30-year-old's contract with Wasps expires at the end of the season and he has chose to remain in England as he seeks to resurrect his global career. However, he has been in outstanding form for Wasps, helping them into the Aviva Premiership play-offs. Billy Burns and Owen Williams will also be competing for the No 10 jersey, although Williams can also be utilised at inside centre. Read More »

The World Doesn't Need Trans Fats


Industrially-produced trans fats are contained in hardened vegetable fats, such as margarine and ghee, and are often present in snack food, baked foods and fried foods. The same year the FDA required manufacturers to list trans fat content information on food labels. In explicit new advice, World Health Organization has said that excessive amounts of saturated fat and trans fat should be replaced by polyunsaturated fats, such as fish, canola and olive oils. Read More »

WHO says 19 dead, 39 infected so far in Congo Ebola outbreak


Information about the outbreak in Bikoro, Iboko and Wangata health zones in Equateur province was still limited, the WHO said in a statement. Congo's Ministry of Health and the WHO are tracing contacts of the victims and offering them an experimental Ebola vaccine. Read More »

Faiz's daughter not allowed by India to attend event


Her family also runs the Faiz Foundation , named after the celebrated poet. Hashmi was scheduled to speak on the inaugural day, May 10, of the Asia Media Summit . In a tweet marked to the Prime Ministers Office, India and Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj, Hashmi's son Ali Hashmi wrote "This is your Shining India?" Press Information Bureau chief Sitanshu Kar said that he was not aware of any such incident. Read More »

'Porn passes' could be sold in newsagents


But it's thought that this method will be popular with people who would rather stay anonymous - well, as anonymous as you can be when you're asking the guy who sells you pints of milk for a "porn pass", anyway. The new law comes after a recent report that showed a total of 1.4 million children clicking on pornographic websites in a single month. Although this "porn pass" is being introduced to protect children, it will mean that an estimated 56 per cent of United Kingdom adults who watch ... Read More »

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018


While 27 per cent of millennials said that they were often bothered by stress during the working week only 12 per cent of baby boomers did so. 'Stress is a significant factor in mental health problems. Despite 2017's survey finding that 60% of employees had experienced a mental health issue because of their work, there was still a disconnect between how well senior management believed their organisation was doing to support those with conditions and what was happening in practice, ... Read More »

23 killed after heavy rain, dust storms lash parts of India


Meanwhile, due to the worsening weather due to the thunderstorm, squalls and rain , metro movement at the Noida Dwaraka line was stalled for 30 minutes. According to the revenue officials of Mandherial district, three farmers in Arepalli village of Bheemaram block had gone to their fields to check on their paddy crops as it was raining heavily. Read More »

Created by the most powerful pills against hangover


Despite all these facts, well known to many, now used methods of treatment of overdoses of alcohol usually rely on the natural enzymes in the body that needs to break down ethanol. A team of researchers from the University of California made a decision to create an antidote that would not only allow people to drink and not have to worry about getting a hangover, but also to create a saver way for people to consume alcoholic beverages. Read More »

Pittsburgh Race For The Cure Draws Thousands Of Participants


Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure had over eighteen thousand participants Sunday morning. The first breast cancer survivor to finish the race received a $200 Giant Eagle gift card. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pa. Sunday, May 13, 2018. She said she was fortunate to have her family for strength. Read More »

Don't Jump For Joy Yet, Fayose Tells Fayemi — APC Primary


The president noted that the ruling party took internal democracy seriously, saying that the success of the Ekiti primary, with more than 30 aspirants, further validated the "party's democratic credentials". "But the battle has only just begun - the contest to Reclaim Our Land and Restore Our Values. This victory is not mine alone, it belongs to all Ekiti people who desire a greater tomorrow". Read More »

Sudden dust storm hits Delhi, flights diverted


Traffic came to a standstill at several areas in Delhi while Metro services along the Noida-Dwarka line was stalled for 30 minutes. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has earlier predicted that there is a possibility of thunderstorm accompanied with a squall and gusty wind will hit states across the country on Sunday. Read More »

Yemeni forces target Saudi military base in Najran


Al Arabiya correspondent reported that the Saudi Air Defense Forces destroyed the two missiles launched by the Houthis from Saada as soon as they entered the kingdom's airspace. United Nations chief Antonio Guterres on Wednesday denounced "the recent and sharp escalation in the Yemen conflict", after strikes targeting rebels in Sanaa were met with an attempted attack aimed at Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Simpson ties course record, takes 5-shot lead at Players


But there have been moments. Former US Open champion Simpson, 32, had tournament officials delving into the history books when he birdied six holes in succession from the 11th through 16th holes at TPC Sawgrass , storming to 17-under par and a seven-shot lead ont he field . Read More »

Thiem stuns Nadal in Madrid quarters


Nadal had set a record of winning 50 consecutive sets on a single surface by beating the Argentinian Diego Schwartzman on Thursday but he was undone by Thiem, who broke the 31-year-old's serve five times before sealing victory with a powerful cross-court victor in just under two hours. Read More »

Romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak: Outbreak spreads to 29 states


No cases have been reported in Alabama. The most recent illness started on April 25, the CDC, with additional reports expected since illnesses that occurred in the last two to three weeks are likely not reported yet. The CDC is warning consumers to avoid eating or buying romaine lettuce grown in the Yuma, Ariz., region, which grows most of the lettuce and other leafy greens consumed in the USA during winter months through early April. Read More »

Kohl's Corporation (NYSE:KSS)

The same analysts are predicting that the company shares will trade to $69.76 within the next 12-18 months. The company, which is valued at $10.17B, last published its earnings results on Thursday, 03/01/2018 for the quarter that ended in Jan-18. Read More »

Free masala dosa, internet data to woo voters in Karnataka


But this time several organisations and food joints together have taken it upon them to change the regime and are doing their bit to encourage people, especially first-time voters to go the polling booth and cast their vote. Krishnaraj's initiative has inspired the others to offer coffee to improve the voter turnout. Meanwhile, the daily reported that another restaurant at Manyata Tech Park was offering 10% discount on the complete bill if patrons displayed their inked fingers - proof of the ... Read More »

Knight's career night leads Hogs to game one victory


Game two will be televised on ESPN 2. The game can be seen on ESPN2. will stream all three games. Who is calling the Arkansas games? Phil Elson and Bubba Carpenter will provide the radio broadcasts on the Razorback Sports Network on IMG for radio, per usual. Read More »