Security experts on fresh Chinese incursions

New Delhi, Sep 18 (ANI): Security expert Alok Bansal commenting on the fresh Chinese incursions on Thursday said that both the countries have been patrolling in their line of actual control, hence there has been no overlap and such issues should not be brought up when cordial talks are going between the leaders of the two countries. However, another security expert Uday Bhaskar said that the border disputes between the two countries is a very serious issue and the two countries should try solving the issue objectively. Sep 18, 2014

Xi Jinping meets PM Narendra Modi delegation level talks underway

New Delhi, Sep 18 (ANI): Chinese President Xi Jinping met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday at Hyderabad House in New Delhi. Modi is expected to raise issues of China’s incursions into Ladakh. Both leaders are also expected to ink several agreements, including on infrastructure and railways. Jinping is on a three day visit to India which started with his arrival in Ahmedabad on September 17. Sep 18, 2014

Issues of substance already raised at highest level with China: MEA

New Delhi, Sep 18 (ANI): MEA Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin on Thursday said that issues of substance have already been raised at the highest level with Chinese leadership. He assured that all issues of concern including recent Chinese incursions will be raised today and the outcome will also be soon observed. Akbaruddin further said that the Foreign Ministry will work to pursue areas of cooperation between India and China. Sep 18, 2014

Arunachal's Solung Festival Celebrated With Pomp And Gaiety

Arunachal Pradesh,New Delhi, Sep 18 (ANI): A large number of people, including students and politicians from the Northeast residing in the capital came together at the Constitution Club to celebrate the harvest festival of the Adi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh- Solung. Dressed in colorful attires, artists presented various traditional dances to mark the festival. Union Minister of state for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju and DoNER minister General (Rtd.) VK Singh, who attended the event along with other Members of Parliament, emphasized on the need to showcase the rich culture of the northeast in other parts. Sep 18, 2014

Ebola vaccine trial gets underway at Oxford University

A healthy British volunteer is to become the first person to receive a new vaccine for the Ebola virus after US President Barack Obama called for action against the epidemic and warned it was "spiralling out of control." Duration: 01:02 Sep 18, 2014

Kerry: Fight against IS group not a repeat of Gulf, Iraq wars

US Secretary of State John Kerry tells the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that US military action to counter Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria is not a repeat of the Gulf or Iraq wars of 1991 and 2003. Duration: 00:48 Sep 18, 2014

Bangui residents react as UN starts peacekeeping mission

A new UN mission on Monday officially took charge of peacekeeping operations in the Central African Republic, with the tough task of ending ethnic and religious bloodshed there and helping bring back stability. Duration: 01:00 Sep 18, 2014

Scotland's Scone ancestors divided on independence bid

Few places are as important in Scottish history as Scone, where no fewer than 42 of the country's kings were crowned. But like the rest of Scotland, this quiet corner of Perthshire is split on Thursday's independence vote. Duration: 01:00 Sep 18, 2014

Brown appeals to Scots' patriotism for vote against split

Former British prime minister Gordon Brown appealed to wartime patriotism at a rally in Glasgow on Wednesday, calling on Scots to reject independence in a momentous referendum less than a day away. Duration: 01:22 Sep 17, 2014

China tries Uighur professor for separatism

Chinese authorities put a prominent scholar from the mostly-Muslim Uighur minority on trial for separatism as critics warn the prosecution will worsen tensions in violence-wracked Xinjiang. Duration: 00:35 Sep 17, 2014

Boeing, SpaceX to send astronauts to space station

NASA selected Boeing and SpaceX on Tuesday to build America's next spacecraft to carry astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) by 2017, opening the way to a new chapter in human spaceflight. Duration: 01:13 Sep 17, 2014