Dozens killed in Bhubaneswar hospital fire

The Odisha government has constituted a three-member committee to probe the SUM hospital fire. Unconfirmed reports said 22 patients have died while several others have been injured during the evacuation process. "Short circuit seems to be the reason of the fire". Dozens of patients were taken to other medical facilities in the city. As many as 60 ambulances including thirteen 108 ambulances were pressed into service to shift patients to safer places. Read More

Jayalalithaa's health: Rajinikanth visits Apollo Hospitals

Jayalalithaa's health: Rajinikanth visits Apollo Hospitals

Ms Jayalalithaa was admitted to Apollo hospital on September 22 for fever and dehydration. Recently superstar Rajinikanth with his daughter Aishwarya Dhanush visited Apollo . It has also said she is on respiratory support. Jayalalithaa remains one of the most popular and powerful politicians in Tamil Nadu and the people from all walks of life have been visiting the hospital, some actually living on the footpath for days, and praying for her recovery. Read More

Kyrgios fined $16500 for behavior at Shanghai Masters

Kyrgios fined $16500 for behavior at Shanghai Masters

He said the fine levied on Kyrgios would likely have little impact on his future behaviour. Opinion was divided on the appropriateness of the penalty, its perceived inadequacy lambasted on social media. "I know if I play good I can make him a hard match". So it is what it is. It's my choice. If you don't like it, I didn't ask you to come watch. One spectator shouted at Kyrgios to "respect the game", to which the Australian responded, "You want to come here and play?" He was fined $10,000 ... Read More

High level technical team on Cauvery to submit report to SC today

High level technical team on Cauvery to submit report to SC today

He led a demonstration in Perambur, while other political workers staged a rail roko demonstration at Thanjavur and Cuddalore. Senior members of the political parties have also made a decision to take part in the protests. The protests come days after a high-level technical team, set up by the Supreme Court, completed its inspection of Cauvery basin region in Tamil Nadu to assess the situation in the state. Read More

US detects what it says is failed N. Korean missile launch

It said the failed launch was carries out near an airport in the North's North Pyongan Province. USA officials do not believe Pyongyang possesses weapons able to reach the continental United States. and its South Korean " puppets " not to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD ) anti-missile system to South Korea. While another failure casts doubts on Pyongyang's weapon capabilities, North Korea continues to move closer to its goal of being able to reliably strike American ... Read More

Iraqi PM signals start of operations to drive IS from Mosul

Iraqi Defense Ministry spokesman Naseer Nouri said earlier this year that an offensive could unleash a new wave of refugees, adding that as many as half of the city's remaining inhabitants are expected to flee once Islamic State's defenses start to crumble. Read More

Chelsea ace Eden Hazard: That was for Willian

The post "It Is Good For Us", Hazard On Conte's 3-4-3 Formation appeared first on 360Nobs.com. Good game from the start, I asked that we start well with intensity, to try to do what we're doing during training sessions . After we conceded a lot of goals I chose to change it. "I like him and these types of players, those who put the team before himself". However, Willian and his family were in the thoughts of the Chelsea players as Costa and Hazard acknowledged the midfielder's tragic ... Read More

As Syria's war rages, US and Russia back at diplomatic table

Kerry has pointedly avoided new bilateral negotiations with Lavrov, and his invitation to the Turkish, Saudi, Qatari and Iranian foreign ministers to join them for talks in the Swiss lakeside town of Lausanne will broaden the discussion to include the most powerful backers of Syria's government and rebels. Read More

Respite for sterling on torrid trading day as Commons debates Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May's offer to give lawmakers some scrutiny of the process to leave the European Union calmed market fears of a "hard Brexit". May has said she will trigger Article 50 by the end of March. And the idea that Mrs May said that we're going to get back sovereignty, actually Parliament is sovereign and it is only Parliament that can bestow and take away people's rights. Read More

Keeping Up With The Kardashians starts filming after Kim Paris trauma

Keeping Up With The Kardashians starts filming after Kim Paris trauma

In a statement, Kim's lawyers said that the video was filmed "without her consent or the police's and while the police were investigating the crime scene". "Her sisters and mom have been checking on her every day". Additional photos that were taken of Kim on her way to dinner can be viewed here . He added, " People were criticising (her) security. Read More

Auburn: Former star DE Quentin Groves dies at age 32

Auburn: Former star DE Quentin Groves dies at age 32

In his career with the Tigers, Groves recorded 26 sacks which tied him for first all-time in program history with Gerald Robinson. He was in the league in some form as recently as 2015, and played for seven different teams overall. He played two seasons for the Jaguars, recording 30 tackles, 2 ½ sacks, two forced fumbles and an interception. A Jaguars team statement Saturday recalled Groves's fierce competitive nature and friendly personality. Read More

ISIS killed enemy fighters with an exploding consumer drone

In a copy of a report by the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point provided to the New York Times experts say that as the capacities of easy to find store-bought drones continue to improve - both in terms of range and potential payload - weaponized drones will only become more commonplace and more deadly. Read More

India dismisses Pak Media report suggesting surgical strikes was bluff

Pakistan's military has now conveyed the information to India through the hotline, The Indian Express reported. These sources said that another option with India was to undertake a real strike of sorts after staging another terrorist attack, a source said, adding that it would be yet another leap in the dark with unknown and serious consequences. Read More

The Crowd At Desert Trip Totally Owned The 'Old-chella' Tag

The Rolling Stones covering The Beatles and Paul McCartney duetting onstage with Neil Young - the first leg of Desert Trip sure was a celebration of the golden era of rock and roll. Later, men in hazmat suits acted as though they were spraying the grounds. "It was George who signed us to a record contract, so without him, there wouldn't be any Beatle recordings", McCartney said. Read More

Arvind Kejriwal fears BJP may disrupt Surat rally

On Saturday, he will be offering prayers at Maa Umiya temple in Unjha, the deity of Kadva Patidars, and meet more families in Ahmedabad before leaving for Surat. Soon, a response came from quota agitation leader Hardik Patel in the form of a letter appealing to the Delhi CM to raise his voice from the national capital in favour of the community. Read More

Wind, rain wallop Pacific Northwest

Wind, rain wallop Pacific Northwest

Wind and rain damage reports were starting to come in and before noon, Seattle City Light reported that over 15,000 customers were without power, with large outages in Magnolia and Queen Anne. Also, a Whidbey Island man in his 60s was hospitalized after a tree fell on him while he was inspecting storm damage, according to a spokesman with the Island County Sheriff's Office. Read More

Gordhan charge a bid to remove him - Ahmed Kathrada Foundation

Gordhan charge a bid to remove him - Ahmed Kathrada Foundation

Abrahams repeatedly denied that the NPA was being politically influenced, and he lashed out at criticism that it was not independent. "The cause of defending ethical leadership in government and throughout society is too important to allow ourselves to be deterred by this kind of harassment", he said. Read More

Two Australian Teens Charged with Planning an ISIS-Inspired Attack

Two Australian Teens Charged with Planning an ISIS-Inspired Attack

Police will allege this comment was in reference to police potentially raiding his home and "an attempt to draw a direct comparison between himself and the shooting murder of police employee Curtis Cheng". The same teen attended the 2012 Hyde Park Riots holding a sign reading: "Behead all those who insult the prophet". Police have cordoned off Adnum Lane in Bankstown where the teens were arrested. Read More

Bermuda braces for direct hit from Category 2 storm

Hurricane Nicole is strengthening before it makes landfall in Bermuda. When Nicole hits the region, high winds, heavy rain and coastal flooding are likely to hit the islands. Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 30 miles from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 115 miles. Four to 8 inches of rain will also be possible through Thursday. Read More

Singapore's leader visits Australia to improve defense ties

Singapore's leader visits Australia to improve defense ties

Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told reporters he does not think "Singapore and Australia together could possibly be seen as a block" to China. "We welcome China in engaging constructively with the region", he said. Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, center, is formally welcomed to the Australian Parliament in Canberra, Wednesday, Oct. Read More