Monthly archives: March 2014

Oscars 2014: LIVE STREAM of celebrities on the red carpet - starts at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET

Oscar Sunday is here! The 2014 Oscars will be handed out at a ceremony on March 2 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles   The event is hosted by Ellen DeGerenes and televised LIVE on the ABC Network in the United States, as well as in more than 225 countries worldwide. Throughout the day and night we at OTRC.com will you LIVE updates of the winners, red carpet fashion […]


'I want to stay with my mummy!' Adorable moment newborn baby refused to let go of mother's face as nurses tried to take him away to be washed

Video captures moment baby is presented to mother after Caesarian delivery Baby clings to mother’s face and screams when nurse tries to remove it An adorable video has captured a baby’s first few moments of life, as it holds on to its mother’s face, nuzzled against her cheek and screams whenever someone tries to remove it. The newborn, who evidently found the transition into life outside of the womb a […]

#China completes tunnel to link #Pak, plans another

BEIJING: China has completed constructing one of its longest tunnels which will help it build a rail link with Pakistan. It has also announced plans for building the world’s longest undersea tunnel measuring 123 km to link two major cities. The completed tunnel runs 22.24 km in the mountainous Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and will reduce the distance between Turpan with Korla in southern Xinjiang by 122 km. At present […]


#Clinton documents: #Much has changed,# but much still the same

What we found in the Clinton documents STORY HIGHLIGHTS Newly released Clinton papers detail health care battle of 1990s Public gets a new look at inner workings of the Clinton White House Several thousand pages of documents released in a first batch Hillary Clinton is now a potential presidential contender in 2016 More than 3,500 pages of previously secret Clinton White House documents made public Friday showed that the more […]

BC,Canada :Spirit Bear Photos: Majestic Creatures Search For Food

A Swedish wildlife photographer has captured some photos of the rare spirit bear in B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest, but refuses to divulge the animals’ exact location so they remain undisturbed. Tom Svensson’s photos were published in the Daily Mail earlier this week. He said the group, seen eating fish, was very calm. One in 10 black bears has white or cream-coloured fur. They are not related to polar bears. This […]


China mass stabbing: Deadly knife attack in Kunming

Chinese state television described the incident as a “violent terror attack” as Mariko Oi reports An attack by knife-wielding men at a railway station in Kunming in south-west China has left at least 29 dead, the state news agency Xinhua says. Another 130 people were wounded in what authorities described as an “organised, premeditated, violent terrorist attack”. Four suspects were shot dead and others are being sought, Xinhua said. City […]

Mine fire in Australia makes the countryside look like Mount Doom

CANBERRA, Australia — The elderly, young children and pregnant women were advised Friday to evacuate an Australian town that has been shrouded by smoke and ash from a burning coal mine for almost three weeks. Victoria state Chief Health Officer Rosemary Lester said vulnerable residents were advised to leave the town of Morwell as a precaution because the fire in the nearby Hazelwood Coal Mine is expected to spew smoke […]

Russian parliament approves troop deployment in Ukraine

There were fierce clashes between pro- and anti-Russian protesters in the eastern city of Kharkiv Russia’s upper house of parliament has approved President Putin’s request for Russian forces to be used in Ukraine. He had asked that Russian forces be used “until the normalisation of the political situation in the country”. Russia’s Black Sea Fleet is based in the Ukrainian region of Crimea, where many ethnic Russians live. Ukraine’s acting […]

Week in pictures: Traffic Tetris in China

Circulation degradation Vehicles are ensnared at an intersection in Xi’an, the capital city of Shaanxi province, where according to wires reports the traffic signal failed. The city is often plagued by serpentine traffic jams, and heavy smog this winter has compounded those problems, reducing visibility for motorists. As BBC News reported, Chinese authorities are facing mounting pressure from citizens to regulate pollution-intensive industries and seek carbon-neutral forms of energy production […]


Thursday's southern Ontario snow squall caused millions in damages, one death

The snow squall that swept through southwestern Ontario on Thursday morning may have only dusted the region with snow as it sped along, but the 96-vehicle collision it left in its wake demonstrates one of the true dangers of this common winter phenomenon. As many residents of southwestern Ontario know, seeing the word ‘squalls’ in the weather forecast can easily mean a rough day of snarled traffic and shoveling through […]