Is Mariah Carey with child? The singing star, now 40, has reportedly been undergoing fertility treatments in hopes of conceiving a child with hubby Nick Cannon. Now she’s fueled pregnancy rumors after jumping ship on a new Tyler Perry drama, citing medical reasons.The singer was slated to follow up her award-winning success in the Lee [...] Continue reading Mariah Carey Drops Out Of Tyler Perry Film, Fueling Pregnancy Rumors
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McNeil Consumer Healthcare plant was responsible for recall of children’s liquid Tylenol as well as other medicines. But, according to the reports, the company was also cited last year by the regulators for the similar charges of using bacteria-tainted ingredients.
In April this year, inspection from the regulators found that the manufacturer was using [...] Continue reading Tylenol plant used tainted bacteria for infant drops
Word on the Curb has it that Jonathan Rhys Meyers used a racial slur against an airline employee during that drunken tirade that got him banned from United Airlines last weekend. The star of the Showtime series The Tudors reportedly used the “N” word when he was reprimanded for drunk and disorderly conduct at John [...] Continue reading “Tudors” Actor Jonathan Rhys Meyer Drops N-Bomb
After months of speculation Angry Aussie Russell Crowe has confirmed reports that he’s in talks to take on Kris Kristofferson’s role in the latest remake of the cinema classic A Star is Born – but in a crushing blow to “Sasha Fierce” fans everywhere, Beyonce is no longer attached to the project.“I think she’s pulled [...] Continue reading Beyonce Drops Out Of “A Star Is Born” Remake
India’s annual food inflation dropped marginally to 17.22 percent for the week ended April 3 from 17.7 percent a week before even as prices of milk, fruits and lentils rose during the period under review, data showed Thursday.
Data on the wholesale price index released by the commerce and industry ministry showed the index for food [...] Continue reading Food inflation drops marginally to 17.22 percent