Toyota Innova Crysta Touring Sport to be launched tomorrow

The name Innova is not an unknown one in the Indian automotive market. It is and has been one of the best people carriers in the country, backed by Toyota’s legendary reliability. More »

Pregnant women more likely to be victim of traumatic injury

New York: A new research has found that pregnant women are more likely to be a victim of an assault-related trauma as compared to those women who are not pregnant. The findings More »

Qualcomm says Apple to stop paying royalties, cuts profit forecast

Apple Inc has decided to withhold royalty payments to its contract manufacturers that are owed to Qualcomm Inc, until a legal dispute between the companies is resolved, the chipmaker said on Friday. More »

White gunman with ‘a beer in one hand, a gun in the other’ opens fire on black pool party guests at luxury apartments – leaving at least one dead and seven hurt before cops kill him in San Diego

A white gunman was shot dead by police after opening fire on black party-goers, killing one and injuring seven more at a swimming pool of a luxury San Diego apartment complex on More »

‘I heart Putin’: Russian women are urged to emblazon their leader on their chests in a range of revealing patriotic shirts

Russian women are being urged to emblazon Vladimir Putin on their chests in a new range of revealing patriotic shirts. With an election due next year, the designs are aimed at boosting More »

 

Chris Pratt Explains His Incredible Jurassic World Prediction In This Brand

by Glyn Lowe Photoworks. Chris Pratt Explains His Incredible Jurassic World Prediction In This Brand … OK, so Pratt didn't necessarily predict the future, but he once made headlines for pretending that he'd be the star of a Jurassic Park sequel, long before he was cast in the lead for Jurassic World. Here, we'll let

US stocks are mixed in midday trading; Oil price falls

by World wide web Archive Book Pictures US stocks are mixed in midday trading Oil value falls FILE – In this Oct. two, 2014, file photograph, individuals pass a Wall Street subway stop, in New York&#39s Financial District. European shares have been primarily higher Monday, Oct. 19, 2015, whilst Chinese markets zigzagged soon after quarterly

And then there was the time Donald Trump bought a football team . . .

by U.S. Marshals Service And then there was the time Donald Trump bought a football team . . . For a reported $ 9 million, Trump became the owner of the New Jersey Generals, a flailing team in the fledgling United States Football League. Within one year, he turned the team into one of the

Homebuilder Confidence Reaches Decade High on U.S. Sales Outlook

by The U.S. National Archives Homebuilder Self-assurance Reaches Decade High on U.S. Income Outlook Confidence amongst U.S. homebuilders climbed in October to a 10-yr substantial, a indicator demand for housing might continue to be strong in the months to come. The National Association of House Builders/Wells Fargo sentiment gauge elevated to 64 this month, the

Rugby World Cup shows northern hemisphere must change its ways

by Stuck in Customs Rugby World Cup shows northern hemisphere must change its ways First things first: this has been a fabulous Rugby World Cup in terms of extending the sport's global appeal. Any kid watching New Zealand or Argentina or Australia or Japan could not wish for a better illustration of how rugby union,