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Swiss retailer apologizes for putting Hitler’s face on cream capsules

Johannesburg: Swiss retailer Migros has recently apologized for putting Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini’s faces on the cream capsules in Alpine country’s cafes. The company...

Apple launches iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus in India

Bangalore/Kolkata/Mumbai, Oct.17 (ANI): Apple Inc unveiled its eagerly awaited new iPhone series in India on Friday, drawing an amazing response, as Apple fans gathered...

Black money case: Disclosure of names will make execution of treaties impossible, says AG

New Delhi, Oct. 17 (ANI): With the Centre telling the Supreme Court that it cannot disclose the names of all those having black money...

WHO to ‘ramp-up’ support to 15 African nations to prevent Ebola from spreading beyond subcontinent

London, Oct 17 (ANI): In an attempt to prevent Ebola from spreading beyond the three worst-hit African nations, the World Health Organization (WHO) has...

Brit couple receives SMS from dead grandma’s number

Johannesburg, Oct 17 (ANI): A British couple got the shock of their lives when they received an uplifting message from their dead grandmother’s number,...

Now, ‘metal ball’ fusion reactor that can power earth forever

London, Oct 17 (ANI): Scientists have developed a metal ball shaped fusion reactor that may be able to save the world by powering it...

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High-profile gangster Gary Kang gunned down inside parents’ house

Kang pleaded guilty last month to several charges related to a massive 2018 Vancouver police investigation and was awaiting sentencing. By Kim Bolan A high-profile Lower...

Richmond murder is suspected retaliation for Kang hit, sources say

By Kim Bolan A convicted drug-trafficker with links to the Wolf Pack and Brothers Keepers (BK) gang was shot to death in Richmond on Thursday...

Mayor of Castlegar resigns following backlash over trip to family cabin

Vancouver: (Vancouver Sun) The mayor of a B.C. city in the West Kootenays has quit following backlash over a trip he took with his...

Thousands of Canadians still travelling to Hawaii, despite pandemic

TORONTO -(CTV News)- In the wake of several Canadian elected officials being caught travelling over the holidays – despite federal health guidelines stating non-essential...