`American Idol` contestant Michael Johns dead at 35

Former "American Idol" contestant Michael Johns has died from a blood clot in his ankle.

Liam Neeson still struggling to cope with wife`s death

`Taken` star Liam Neeson says he is still struggling to come to terms with his wife Natasha Richardson`s death in 2009.

Air France warns recovery at risk due to major pilots` strike

Air France warned Tuesday a pilots` strike due next month risked hampering the airline`s painstaking recovery just as the company is emerging out of the woods after years of losses.

Suicide bombings, attacks in Iraq kill 33 people

Suicide bombings and other attacks across Iraq killed at least 33 people and wounded nearly 80 more today, officials said, the latest in an uptick in violence as the country counts down to crucial parliament elections later this month.

`American Idol` to suffer loss this season

The ` American Idol` show is reportedly going to suffer loss this season.

BSES discoms reject charge on AT&C losses issues

Reliance Infra-backed BSES discoms, which supply power in 70 per cent areas of Delhi,have rejected allegations that they did not pass on financial benefit on account of bringing down AT&C losses to consumers.

Kerala shuts down, suffers Rs 900 crore loss

A dawn-to-dusk state-wide shutdown Monday, called by the Left opposition to protest an order on implementation of the Kasturirangan panel report on conserving Western Ghats environment, brought Kerala to a grinding halt and Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said it cost the state Rs 900 crore.

Hurricane Sandy damage cost New York $42 bn: US

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that Superstorm Sandy caused up to 42 billion dollars in devastation in the state.

`TNSTC incurred Rs 6150 cr loss due to DMK misrule`

Tamilnadu Transport Corporation incurrred a loss of Rs 6,150 crore due to `misrule` during DMK regime, according to transport minister Senthil Balaji.

CAG highlights loss of Rs 409 crore in Bihar

The audit report on state finances
in Bihar for the period ended March 31, 2011, highlighted altogther 1034 cases of misappropriation.

Parliament disrupted, public exchequer loses

The public exchequer is likely to lose
crores of rupees in the on-going session as each hour of
functioning of the House costs Rs 25 Lakh.

Merkel party faces new election loss in Berlin

The loss would extend Merkel`s losing streak to 6 states this year and weaken her hand before a crucial euro zone vote.

‘2G: Rs 30,984 cr loss caused due to govt policy’

Former telecom secretary Siddharth Behura, presently in jail in connection with the 2G
scam said that the "so called"
gigantic loss of Rs 30,984 crore to the state in spectrum allocation was caused due to the govt policy.

`Captain America` actor Chris Evans losing hair

Chris Evans has started losing his hair and fears that his audience will not take him seriously.

Drinking tea curbs weight gain

Want to shed those extra pounds but still eat your favourite junk foods? Well, drinking tea could be the solution.

Greenland ice loss can fill world`s 11th largest lake

Greenland is a natural lab for studying how climate change has affected ice fields.

Small-budget films don`t suffer any more: Tigmanshu Dhulia

Director Tigmanshu Dhulia made a humble start with medium budget "Haasil" and "Charas" and is happy that the Hindi film industry continues to provide a platform to such small efforts. He says the new avenues of exhibition and distribution that have opened up are encouraging for filmmakers like him.

Orissa incurred loss of Rs 1,164 crore in 2009-10: CAG

Orissa has incurred losses of Rs 1,164.78 crore during 2009-10 due to under-assesment and other deficiencies, according to a CAG report placed in the state assembly.

2G losses computed by CAG only presumptive: Sibal

Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal
on Tuesday said Congress need not be apologetic in the wake of
controversy over the 2G spectrum scam as the loss of Rs 1.76
lakh crore computed by the CAG was only presumptive.

SP flays claims of Rs 146 cr loss during Parliament stalemate

Reacting to government`s claim that the stalemate over demand for a JPC probe into 2G spectrum allocation resulted in wastage of over Rs 146 crore, Samajwadi Party on Thursday said "the scam itself is of a much bigger magnitude".