Pakistan arrests 61 Indian fishermen

Karachi, Nov 22 (ANI): Pakistan maritime authorities arrested sixty one Indian fishermen and took into custody their eleven boats for illegal fishing in the country's territorial waters. The fishermen, who were arrested on November 20, had been handed over to Docks Police Station in Karachi for necessary legal action. The arrested fishermen have been charged under Foreign Act and Fisheries Act. Fishermen from both the countries frequently stray into each other territory and end up spending years in their jails. Nov 22, 2014

Former Pak Foreign Minister says both countries were close to resolve Kashmir issue

New Delhi, Nov 22 (ANI): Former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri has said that New Delhi and Islamabad were very close to framework an agreement on the Kashmir issue during previous Congress-led regime in 2008. Kasuri is in Delhi to participate in Track-II dialogue that also involves Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar. Kasuri said that 80-90 percent of the issue was resolved through back channel during Manmohan Singh government. Kasuri added that Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz is in favour of peace process between the two nuclear armed neighbours. Nov 22, 2014

J and K polls: Kashmiris expecting good governance and employment

Jammu and Kashmir, Nov 22 (ANI): People of Jammu and Kashmir hoped for good governance and redressal of issues from state government in upcoming assembly polls. The five-phase polls in Jammu and Kashmir will begin on November 25 and will end on December 20. The results would be announced on December 23. Various political parties are holding rallies in the state in a bid to garner votes Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Chief Mehbooba Mufti also addressed rallies and met people in Bandipora district in a bid to gather support. Mufti said that valley needs a government that can improve the overall condition of the state with water, power supply, employment, good roads and hospitals, which her party promised to deliver. The district also saw Congress leader Raj Babbar campaigning for his party. Meanwhile, incumbent chief minister Omar Abdullah also drew huge crowds to his rally in Baramullah district. Nov 22, 2014

Parallel lives in small town America

Georgetown, Delaware is a traditional mid-Atlantic town that has been transformed by immigration from Latin America over the past 20 years, and is now home to one of the US's largest concentrations of Guatemalans. Duration: 02:27 Nov 22, 2014

Boehner: Obama acting like 'a king' with his immigration plan

US Republicans offered strident reaction to President Barack Obama's unilateral plan for immigration reform. Speaker of the House John Boehner led the charge with a statement accusing Obama of acting like a king and an emperor. Duration: 00:30 Nov 22, 2014

Biden warns Russia over Ukraine on Maidan anniversary

US Vice President Joe Biden tells Russia it faces paying an ever-higher price over Ukraine as tensions ratcheted up on the first anniversary of mass protests which unleashed a year of turmoil. Duration: 00:42 Nov 22, 2014

Liberia's senator elections underway despite Ebola fear

Despite the calls to delay Liberia's senatorial election once again to limit any further spread of Ebola, the national election commission on Thursday declared open the campaign to renew 15 our of the 30 senatorial seats. Duration: 01:08 Nov 21, 2014