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 »


Tesla Is Making a Big Change to a Popular Product

As expected, electric car maker Tesla Motors plans to start charging new customers for use of its fast charging network, which it refers to as its Superchargers. In a blog post on Monday morning, the company announced that customers who buy cars after January 1, 2017 will have 1,000 miles of free charging. After those

Final Day’s Polls Give Hillary Clinton a Narrow Lead

The long, tumultuous presidential election of 2016 will come to an end on Tuesday and the final set of polls before Election Day show Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton holding on a to a slight lead. Clinton captures 46% support from likely voters in the most recent polling from Bloomberg Politics, while Republican nominee Donald

Julian Assange to Be Questioned About Rape Claim At Ecuador Embassy

Wikileaks founder Julian Assangewill be questioned on Nov. 14 by Swedish officials at London’sEcuadorian embassy, where he has been sheltering since June 2012. The questioning will be attended by prosecutor Ingrid Isgren as well as a Swedish police inspector, said Sweden’s public prosecutor’s office to AFP. Assange welcomed the news and sees the interview as

Nigerian Troops Find Kidnapped Chibok Schoolgirl With Baby

(MAIDUGURI, Nigeria) — Nigerian troops rescued one of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists more than two years ago in a pre-dawn raid Saturday on a forest hideout. She had a 10-month-old baby boy born to a Boko Haram fighter, said a statement from army spokesman Col. Sani Kukasheka Usman. It was the

US economy unemployment rate falls 4.9%

Washington: The US economy added a solid 161,000 jobs in October while the unemployment rate fell to 4.9%, according to Labor Department figures released on Friday. In a show of steady momentum in the world’s largest economy, the department revised upward its jobs reports for the previous two months by a total of 44,000 positions,