Indian Army along with a non-governmental organisation provided artificial limbs to 83 amputated people in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch to help overcome their disability. Pritam Spiritual Trust and Indian Army held the three-day awareness camp in Poonch district and victims from 43 villages had come
It was not even Black Friday yet and already Americans had spent over 1.5 billion dollars online by Thanksgiving evening a 16.8 % jump over the same period last year. After two weak holiday seasons, many retailers opened their doors early on the eve of the shopping holiday, like Macy's flagship
Europe's topmost cruise company, Costa Cruise, started its operations with its cruise Costa Neo Classica in Mumbai that will be its home port for the next four months. The homeporting of Costa Cruises in Mumbai on Friday marked the beginning of the cruise tourism season for 2017-18. The season is
In a shameful incident, a teacher in Odisha's Thakurmunda allegedly took the students as a daily wager to reap the grains from her agriculture field. The incident came to light, when the parents of the students filed a missing complaint of students to the Assistant Block Education Officer (ABEO).
With mercury level dipping in the national capital, People wrapped themselves in multiple layers of clothing as a shield against the inclement weather. People were seen lighting bonfires to keep themselves warm. Tea stalls did brisk business as people queued up to get a hot cup of tea to escape the
Leakage of gas from an ice factory near Muskan Talkies in Madhya Pradesh's Guna area on Saturday created panic among the people near Bhullan Pura's Bajrang Raod. The chemicals released due to the leak started affecting people nearby, which is when the chaos erupted. Those present at the spot
In Kanyakumari, a cop was caught lath charging a biker for not wearing helmet. After the incident took place, there has been a huge uproar over the act of Tamil Nadu policeman and every citizen has criticized him for the inhumane act.
The iconic Eiffel Tower switched off its lights on Friday to pay tribute to the lives lost in the Egypt mosque attack. At least 230 people died and several got injured after militants opened fire and bombed Al Rawdah mosque in North Sinai in Egypt.
Cold Storage owner in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh decided to throw thousands of quintal potatoes on road due to unaffordable cost of maintenance of the cold storage. The bizarre incident took place due to the higher prices of rent of cold storage than the market price of potatoes, according to the farmers
A man was arrested by police after he allegedly raped physically challenged girl in Madhya Pradesh's Damoh. The victim alleged that she had gone out of her house to attend nature's call. Police official said that the accused have been arrested and strict action will be taken against him.
17-year-old white tiger named Aryan died on Friday due to old age. The tiger was unwell since past few months due to loss of appetite. Aryan was born in the same zoo in the year 2001. The Tiger was the main attraction of Lucknow zoo. The zoo administration feels upset after the demise of Aryan. Aryan
Workers at a half dozen Amazon distribution centers in Germany and Italy staged protest "Black Friday" strike to demand better wages from the American online giant. The German union has been leading a push since 2013 for higher pay for some 12,000 workers in Germany, arguing Amazon employees
The iconic Eiffel Tower switches off lights in tribute to the victims of Egypt mosque attack that killed more than 230 people. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A video has gone viral in which three miscreants are seen assaulting Home Guard personnel after he objected them of driving on wrong side of the road in Haryana's Karnal. The incident took place when the Paramilitary force personnel was deployed on duty for checking traffic violations. He objected
Saddened and angered by evidence that the vessel may have exploded, relatives of the crew onboard a missing Argentine submarine are losing hope that their loved ones will be found alive. Hope is fading among relatives of the 44 crew members aboard a missing Argentine submarine. After days of waiting
Deep discounts, free gifts, in-store entertainment and mild weather drew bargain hunters to U.S. stores on Black Friday, but many bought online. Angela Moore reports.
At least 235 have been killed in the deadliest insurgent attack to strike Egypt of modern times, where attackers bombed a Sinai mosque and gunned down fleeing worshipers and ambulance services. Witnesses say a bomb struck a mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed, in the north Sinai region. Scores of gunmen
London's Oxford Circus Station was evacuated after the reports of gunfire. The police blocked the roads within several blocks of Oxford Circus area and urged the people to take vicinity inside office buildings and shops. No casualty has been reported so far. Metropolitan Police said that its officers
Telangana Chief Minister KCR on Friday visited Yadadri temple in Hyderabad. The CM KCR who visited the temple along with family members, instructed the officials concerned to issue orders declaring Yadagirigutta village as Municipality keeping in view the increase in the population as well as the expansion
Technology stocks led the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to record high closes on Black Friday, while Amazon and retail stocks got a boost from signs of a strong start to the holiday shopping season. Angela Moore reports.
Fire broke out in one of the storehouses in Mumbai's Zaveri Bazaar area on Friday evening. Five fire tenders rushed to the spot and doused the fire. Cause of the fire is still unknown. There are no reports of casualty so far. Zaveri Bazaar is a famous jewellery wholesale market in Mumbai.
Nov.24 -- The Senate Banking Committee will hold hearings on Fed Chair Nominee Jerome Powell next week. Bloomberg's Sarah McGregor previews the hearings on "Bloomberg Markets."
Nov.24 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Kevin Tynan discusses Tesla's production woes and cash burn with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Nov.24 -- Ken Perkins, Retail Metrics president, discusses the holiday retail shopping season with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Kevin Cirilli on "Bloomberg Markets."
London's police force stood down after reports of shots fired on London's Oxford Street, but witnesses described scenes of "pandemonium" as shoppers fled the area. Rough cut (no reporter narration)