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Maa Sharada Tobacco-Company Private Limited for discharging sewage into the Thippanagondanahalli Reservoir. Maa Sharada had filed a petition, claiming that as a private company, it was engaged in the process of mixing and packing of tobacco on its
PTA Embezzler Providence Hogan has paid $50,000 in charges but she will not serve any jail time Providence Hogan, who was ordered to pay back the money has been found guilty of embezzling, was on the receiving end of $50,000 in part because of a
James Arthur Ray sat in an Arizona courtroom in late June, shocked at the decision jurors delivered: guilty on three counts of negligent homicide. The self-help author who led dozens of people in a deadly sweat lodge ceremony more than two years ago
Video Read the full report First Nations recognize the growing importance of Asian markets, and the opportunity to seek out a competitive advantage to expand economic opportunities for first nations and all of Canada, National Chief Sean Atleo said
Growing tobacco should be phased out by 2020 as per WHO direction and growers should look for alternative crop otherwise it would become difficult for them, speakers at a seminar opined here today. A seminar on 'Alternative Crops to Flue Cured
Orange County deputies arrested a man accused of shooting at someone during an altercation on Pipestone Court this weekend. Deputies later arrested suspect Juan Miguel Adams Rucci, 22, at the Greyhound Bus Station on John Young Parkway around 10:30 p.
National Library of Medicine Director Don Lindberg joined Lummi Nation leaders at Semiahmoo Park Monday, Sept. 12, for the ceremonial sendoff of a healing pole that will be a prominent feature of a new exhibit at the library's Bethesda, Md., home.
But for Jessica Krummacher, director of "Totem," which plays in Venice Critics' Week Thursday, the country's subsidy system can sometimes be more restrictive than supportive. Krummacher decided not to tap subsidies for her hard-hitting drama, about a
Before Hurricane Irene smacked his tender tobacco plants sideways, David Parker was headed for a terrific crop, maybe his best in 32 years of farming. Now, as Parker rushes to save a few acres of shredded leaves before they rot on the dying stalks,
At first glance it may seem like Latin for dude'but it's not. It's a word from the First Nations language Anishinaabe, from eastern Canada and means blood kin group or clan...And if the fascinating world of Canadian Pacific Coast First Nations totem