Munagala (Suaryapet): One woman was killed and six others suffered injuries in a road accident that took place on NH-65 near Reliance petrol bunk on the outskirts of Akupamula village of Munagala mandal in the district on Thursday late night.According to sources and Munagala SI Dasari Mahipal Reddy, a few residents of Patapatnam of Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh were settled in Hyderabad. They were shifting one of their family members, Laxmamma (95), who fell sick, to their hometown in a Toofan van on Thursday night. However, Laxmamma breathed her last when the vehicle reached Suryapet town. Also Read – Secunderabad: Major General N Srinivas Rao makes farewell visit to AOC Advertise With Us Meanwhile, while their Toofan vehicle was taking a u-turn near petrol bunk on the outskirts of Munagala, a tanker hit their vehicle on the rear end. In this incident, one of the eight passengers Challa Nagamma (55) suffered severe injuries and died on the spot, while other passengers J Lokesh, J Ranga Rao, J Ramya, J Mounika, P Babu Rao and driver Ch Nageshwar Rao suffered injuries. In the incident, the dead body of Laxmamma also fell on the road. Soon after receiving information, police rushed to the spot and shifted the injured shifted to government hospital in Kodad for treatment. Later, three of the injured persons were shifted to Hyderabad for better medical care. Based on the complaint of the kin of the injured, the police registered a case and initiated the probe.
Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! Print Sign up for Boston Daily. News. Commentary. Every day.* 4/22/2019, 10:52 a.m. By Ellen Gerst· Business The Stop & Shop Strike Has Ended after 11 Days Workers at the grocery store chain are heading back to their jobs after an 11 day strike resulted in higher wages, better health care, and other changes. 000 Photo by Mike Mozart via Flickr/Creative CommonsAfter 11 days of picketing, unionized Stop & Shop workers are back on the job thanks to a new agreement with the grocery store chain.A tentative deal was finally reached Sunday night. The agreement, which will last for at least three years, includes health care, wage increases, retirement benefits, and time-and-a-half pay on Sundays for current union members.#BREAKING Stop & Shop and labor unions reach a three-year agreement.@WFSBnews pic.twitter.com/1m1JbOn6gt— Shawnte Passmore (@ShawntePassmore) April 21, 2019Local chapters of United Food and Commercial Workers still have to ratify the deal, likely by Thursday at the latest.In the meantime, 31,000 Stop & Shop employees are heading back to work for the first time in over a week. And customers who showed solidarity by not crossing the picket line are now free to return to their normal grocery routine.“I’ve never felt so good on a Monday morning,” – Stop & Shop employee returning to work after 11-day strike comes to an end. #wbz pic.twitter.com/TfPkK5QkqL— Anna Meiler (@AnnaMeiler) April 22, 2019“Our associates’ top priority will be restocking our stores so we can return to taking care of our customers and communities and providing them with the service they deserve,” Stop & Shop officials said in a statement. “We deeply appreciate the patience and understanding of our customers during this time, and we look forward to welcoming them back to Stop & Shop.”The strike has affected stores across Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island since April 11, drawing support from a wide range of people. Easter and Passover shopping were even affected, with religious leaders weighing in.“The food that you’re buying is the product of oppressed labor and that’s not kosher,” Rabbi Barbara Penzner, of Temple Hillel B’nai Torah in Boston, told the Associated Press last week. “Especially during Passover, when we’re celebrating freedom from slavery, that’s particularly egregious.”The picket line also became a political magnet, drawing attention from 2020 presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, and Bernie Sanders, as well as potential candidate Joe Biden.“Today is a powerful victory,” UFCW said, “for the 31,000 hardworking men and women of Stop & Shop who courageously stood up to fight for what all New Englanders want—good jobs, affordable health care, a better wage, and to be treated right by the company they made a success.”