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Gulf of Mexico storm may strengthen on way to US coast: NHC

Gulf of Mexico storm may strengthen on way to US coast: NHC

Heavy rain is expected along the Gulf Coast this week. Current forecast as of 1 p.m. Tuesday shows Cindy is approaching the coast of southwest Louisiana late Wednesday or Wednesday night. The hurricane center said 4-8 inches of rain will be possible across southern Alabama , Louisiana , Mississippi and the Florida Panhandle. A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for Harris, Galveston , Liberty and Chambers counties .


Carla Fendi, philanthropist and fashion force, dies at 79

Carla Fendi, philanthropist and fashion force, dies at 79

Paying tribute to Fendi in a statement, a company representative wrote: "She was for all of us a source of inspiration and an example of dedication, work culture and sensibility for beauty". Her latest menswear collection, for spring/summer 2018, showed Monday, hours before her aunt's death, hewed to the brand's tradition of lightness, with transparent looks, and even included a short summer fur.


SpiceJet hits over 2-decade high on Boeing deal

SpiceJet hits over 2-decade high on Boeing deal

The CEO of Boeing's commercial planes operations, Kevin McAllister , said Monday the 737 MAX 10 will offer customers more flexibility and seating space. Spirit in Wichita manufactures 70 percent of the 737 Max, including its fuselage. The new plane, according to CNN , will seat up to 230 passengers.



BJP leader files complaint against journo over Kovind tweet

The numbers seem to be clearly in favour of the NDA candidate as some non-NDA non-UPA parties, including the BJD, YSRCP, TDP and TRS, have announced their support for Mr Kovind. Thackeray said the decision to support Kovind was arrived at after holding discussions with Sena leaders. The most important thing is that the BJP has a majority.



South Korea president criticizes North on death

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he had spoken with Warmbier's family and praised them as "incredible". The news prompted Young Pioneer Tours , the Beijing-based company that organized Warmbier's North Korea trip, to announce it will stop taking US citizens on tours to the country.