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  • M Karunanidhi's estranged son MK Alagiri predicts doom for DMK in polls

    M Karunanidhi's estranged son MK Alagiri predicts doom for DMK in polls

    Former union minister M K Alagiri, suspended from the DMK by his father M Karunanidhi, today met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in what was described essentially as a 'thanksgiving visit,'peppered with a little bit of political talk.

  • BJP and Chandrababu Naidu ponder the pros of a partnership

    BJP and Chandrababu Naidu ponder the pros of a partnership

    "We gave our word, we gave our support". That was what the BJP and its president Rajnath Singh told the people of Telangana on Tuesday at the first 'thanksgiving' meeting in Hyderabad after India's 29th state got the President's stamp.

  • Telangana: TRS chief's 'thanksgiving' visit to Sonia Gandhi fuels speculation of merger with Congress

    Telangana: TRS chief's 'thanksgiving' visit to Sonia Gandhi fuels speculation of merger with Congress

    Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief K Chandrasekhara Rao's thanksgiving trip to Sonia Gandhi's residence on Sunday afternoon once again raised the question: will TRS merge with the Congress ahead of the Lok Sabha polls?

  • US woman finds wrong body in her mother's casket

    US woman finds wrong body in her mother's casket

    A woman wants answers after discovering the wrong body in a casket that should have contained her mother, who died unexpectedly while on vacation in St. Maarten.

  • If a story is viral, truth may be taking a beating

    If a story is viral, truth may be taking a beating

    Truth has never been an essential ingredient of viral content on the Internet. But in the stepped-up competition for readers, digital news sites are increasingly blurring the line between fact and fiction, and saying that it is all part of doing busi...

  • 15-year-old boy, mother buy cars for $ 1 each!

    15-year-old boy, mother buy cars for $ 1 each!

    In a believe it or not sale, a 15-year-old boy and his mother in the US both secured amazing deals on 'Black Friday

  • Early start hurts Black Friday sales, Cyber Monday hits record

    Early start hurts Black Friday sales, Cyber Monday hits record

    U.S. retailers rolled out holiday promotions earlier in November this year, denting sales growth over the Thanksgiving weekend that typically marks the beginning of the holiday spending period, according to data released Tuesday by ShopperTrak.

  • Star's death puts studio in a bind on a sequel

    Star's death puts studio in a bind on a sequel

    Universal Pictures executives, still reeling from the weekend death of one of the stars of their "Fast & Furious" films, got down to the difficult business Monday of figuring out how to salvage their No. 1 movie franchise.

  • 'Cyber Monday' highlights online holiday shopping rise

    'Cyber Monday' highlights online holiday shopping rise

    The early buzz is that "Black Friday" shopping weekend was a bit of a disappointment for retailers, but hopes remained high that "Cyber Monday" would score big gains.

  • Commuter train accident on a curve in the Bronx kills 4 and injures dozens

    Commuter train accident on a curve in the Bronx kills 4 and injures dozens

    Police and transit officials said four people on board were killed and more than 60 were injured, 11 critically. Three of the four dead were thrown from the train after the windows blew out, the officials said.

  • Derailment ends commute to help set up Rockefeller Center tree

    Derailment ends commute to help set up Rockefeller Center tree

    As for so many other commuters from the river towns and suburbs north of New York City, the Metro-North Hudson line train was Jim Lovell's lifeline, shuttling him from his Hudson Valley home to Grand Central Terminal in less than 90 minutes whenever ...

  • Barack Obama and daughters go big on books, halt traffic at local store

    Barack Obama and daughters go big on books, halt traffic at local store

    President Barack Obama and his daughters, Sasha and Malia, went on what has become an annual book shopping spree on Saturday, stopping at a bookstore to promote an event called Small Business Saturday.

  • Comet ISON, presumed dead, shows new life

    Comet ISON, presumed dead, shows new life

    Astronomers are marveling at the death and apparent resurrection of a comet that dove close to the sun on Thanksgiving.

  • US bishop dresses as homeless man to teach Thanksgiving lesson to church members

    US bishop dresses as homeless man to teach Thanksgiving lesson to church members

    Members of a Mormon congregation in the U.S. encountered someone they thought was a homeless man at church on Sunday.

  • Pope ramps up charity office to be near poor, sick

    Pope ramps up charity office to be near poor, sick

    When he was archbishop of Buenos Aires, Pope Francis was known to sneak out at night and break bread with the homeless, sit with them literally on the street and eat with them.

  • Obama pardons turkeys as part of annual rite

    Obama pardons turkeys as part of annual rite

    President Barack Obama spared two turkeys from the oven Wednesday, fulfilling the annual tradition of a presidential pardon for a couple of lucky birds ahead of the American harvest holiday of Thanksgiving Day.?Obama pardoned Popcorn, who shared the stage with the president on the North Portico...

  • How to make the perfect pecan pie

    How to make the perfect pecan pie

    Pecan pie - southern gem or pretender to the pumpkin's crown? What desserts will you be whipping up in honour of Thanksgiving?This week, in honour of Thanksgiving, I've finally been let loose on one of my favourite American desserts. Despite its heavenly combination of rich nuttiness and caramel sw...

  • US Holocaust survivor meets Polish saviour 70 years on

    US Holocaust survivor meets Polish saviour 70 years on

    A Jewish boy who hid from the Nazis in a hayloft reunited after 70 years in New York on Wednesday with the Polish son whose parents risked everything to save him.

  • Cranberry Sauce: An old faithful in a new cloak

    Cranberry Sauce: An old faithful in a new cloak

    Not so long ago, cranberries were the only fresh fruit around in a New England November. But even now, when it's possible to invent a plum relish or grape jelly or kiwi jam for Thanksgiving, we return faithfully to cranberry sauce. Nothing beats its puckery-sweet jolt, a sharp knife that cuts throug...

  • Don't fuss, I'll be fine

    Don't fuss, I'll be fine

    For all the elaborate attention we lavish on Thanksgiving turkeys year after year, the truth is: more work doesn't necessarily yield better birds.I've roasted a flock of turkeys in my time. Six of them already this year. I have brined them, marinated them, slipped herbs under their skin. I have stuf...

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