- PoliticsThe Independent
‘I have never seen him eat a vegetable’: With steak off the menu, officials scramble to feed fussy eater Trump in India
Donald Trump has embarked on his first presidential visit to India, the world’s largest democracy – and home to the world’s largest population of vegetarians. Since Mr Trump is a noted beef-eater, in particular a lover of steak and burgers, gastronomically speaking, the visit will prove one of his most challenging.It’s not all bad news for Mr Trump. India’s reputation for overwhelming vegetarianism is overstated, and it’s thought that more families eat beef at home than generally admit it.
“My smile stays put and the fight for liberation for us all continues.”
- HealthYahoo Style UK
Kim Montgomery, 31, claims being pregnant four times 'back-to-back' led to her postponing her cervical screening.
- BusinessThe Atlantic
Severe illness caused by viruses such as H5N1 also mean that infected people can be identified and isolated, or that they died quickly. They do not walk around feeling just a little under the weather, seeding the virus. The new coronavirus (known technically as SARS-CoV-2) that has been spreading around the world can cause a respiratory illness that can be severe.
The viral video of a boy who was bullied for his dwarfism has been taken down. Here's how the Quaden Bayles story unfolded.
Quaden Bayles went viral in a heartbreaking video about bullying posted by his mother, Yarraka, but the video was deleted Saturday.
- U.S.NBC News
The 17-year-old boy told police he had sex with his sister about 100 times but did not know she was pregnant, according to charging documents.
- BusinessBusiness Insider
It looks like people with no real interest in Bloomberg are signing up to be grassroots campaigners because he pays $2,500 a month
Mike Bloomberg's social media army, who can command payments of $2,500 a month, have variable levels of commitment.