Man orders father murdered to get his job

Man orders father murdered to get his job
PATNA, India (Reuters) – An Indian man, frustrated at failing to find employment, ordered the murder of his father to get his government job, a day before the victim was to retire, police said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Britons too busy to peel oranges
LONDON (Reuters) – Britons are too busy to eat oranges in their lunch breaks nowadays and are opting instead for “easy to peel” fruit like satsumas, according to a survey.[Lees verder]

Couple “divorced without knowledge”
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A happily married couple in northern India got the shock of their lives when they learnt they had divorced 10 years ago, the Times of India reported on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Speed up bathing and save energy
TOKYO (Reuters) – Speedier family baths could help Japanese cut their burgeoning energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, a government report said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Man orders father murdered to get his job
PATNA, India (Reuters) – An Indian man, frustrated at failing to find employment, ordered the murder of his father to get his government job, a day before the victim was to retire, police said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Britons too busy to peel oranges
LONDON (Reuters) – Britons are too busy to eat oranges in their lunch breaks nowadays and are opting instead for “easy to peel” fruit like satsumas, according to a survey.[Lees verder]

Couple “divorced without knowledge”
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A happily married couple in northern India got the shock of their lives when they learnt they had divorced 10 years ago, the Times of India reported on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Speed up bathing and save energy
TOKYO (Reuters) – Speedier family baths could help Japanese cut their burgeoning energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, a government report said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]