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Overflowing crematoriums and mortuaries: Coronavirus makes last rites painful

28 May 2020

Overflowing crematoriums and mortuaries: Coronavirus makes last rites painful

While countries, including India, are finding it difficult to keep the number of coronavirus cases low, they are faced with another major problem — cremation of the dead.

Top 5 interesting facts and figures about Ford Motor Company

25 Dec 2019

Top 5 interesting facts and figures about Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company needs no introduction. The American automaker has been around for over 116 years, creating some of the most iconic cars, beating the indispensable Ferrari at Le Mans, and even building airplanes and armored vehicles during the World War 1 and 2.

Will Poulter quits social media after negative 'Bandersnatch' reviews

04 Jan 2019

Will Poulter quits social media after negative 'Bandersnatch' reviews

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch released on Netflix recently and through this interactive movie, the streaming giant showed us the future of entertainment industry.

US: Indian-techie, who assaulted sleeping-woman on flight, gets 9-years jail

14 Dec 2018

US: Indian-techie, who assaulted sleeping-woman on flight, gets 9-years jail

A federal court in Detroit sentenced an Indian techie to nine years in prison after he was convicted of assaulting a sleeping woman on a plane.

#DetroitHorror: Remains of 63 babies found in funeral home

20 Oct 2018

#DetroitHorror: Remains of 63 babies found in funeral home

On Friday, Detroit Police made a ghastly discovery when they found the remains of over 60 infants and fetuses stashed in a funeral home in the city.

Indian man assaults sleeping-woman on flight, as wife sat next

18 Aug 2018

Indian man assaults sleeping-woman on flight, as wife sat next

A 35-year-old Indian IT-manager was convicted for assaulting a sleeping woman on a Detroit bound flight from Las Vegas, while his wife sat next to him.

Volkswagen emissions scandal: 40-month prison sentence to former engineer

26 Aug 2017

Volkswagen emissions scandal: 40-month prison sentence to former engineer

The US District Court in Detroit has sentenced a former Volkswagen engineer, James Liang, to 40 months in prison for helping the German automaker develop a device for cars to cheat the US emissions tests.

Puerto Rico bankruptcy: From "rich coast" to whopping debt

04 May 2017

Puerto Rico bankruptcy: From "rich coast" to whopping debt

Puerto Rico filed for bankruptcy at a US Federal Court - making it the biggest debt ever in the US bonds market.