BJP dismisses Rahuls corruption allegations against PM

Parliamentary affairs minister Ananth Kumar said the Gandhi family scion had become "desperate and totally frustrated and was thus raising such a hue and cry". He added "my information is a very personal information on Narendra Modi ji which I want to put it out in public via Lok Sabha. Rahul should have something more", said a Kerala MP.

Dixons Carphone raised dividends after posting significant growth

The multichannel retailer trades as Currys, a Leading retailer in IRUK Top500 research, as PC World and as Carphone Warehouse, both Top50 retailers in the listing. Despite the caution over 2017, retail experts at Liberum said it was a "reassuring" set of half-year results. He added that the company was focusing on reducing costs, which includes plans to shut 134 shops.

Why Chick-fil-A Worker Is Now America's Inspiration

Why Chick-fil-A Worker Is Now America's Inspiration

A photo of a teen in a neck brace and sling working at an Indianapolis-area restaurant has gone viral- and sparked a wildly successful fundraising campaign for the homeless. "I always had it in my heart to give back to people". "It was a humbling experience for him to start the GoFundMe page for me", Tyler said of Nelson.

England captain Dylan Hartley banned for six weeks for swinging arm

When Hartley does return, he will be very short of match practice but O'Driscoll is confident that he can still do a job for England in the Six Nations. A disciplinary committee found that Hartley's original offence was worth of a five-week suspension and added a further two weeks due to the 30-year-old's awful disciplinary record.

Rex Tillerson: Who Is Donald Trump's Pick For Secretary of State?

Republicans and Democrats said Tillerson, who is president of Exxon Mobil Corp, would be asked about his contacts with Russian Federation, having met Putin several times. Trump says those contacts should serve Tillerson well as America's top diplomat. "I look forward to learning more about his record and his views", said Marco Rubio , Senator from Florida, in a statement issued after the announcement, leaving the door open for negotiations.