Decades later, Argentina activist finds stolen grandson

An Argentine grandmother whose rights group has fought to find babies stolen during the 1976-1983 military dictatorship finally finds her long-lost grandson, 36 years after he was snatched from his mother. Duration: 01:30 Aug 6, 2014

Coastal districts in Odisha on flood alert

Bhubaneswar/Bhadrak, Aug 06 (ANI): Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, on Wednesday said the officials were working to control the flood situation. Special Relief Commissioner, PK Mohapatra, said the state government evacuated 47,000 people to safer places in 11 districts. He said district administrations have been asked to stay on high alert as around 12 lakh cusecs water will be released in Mahanadi river. The state government has taken steps to evacuate people from low lying areas and made arrangements to open free kitchens for the flood affected people, keep strict vigil on the weak river embankments. However residents of Bhadrak district complained no official had visited them. Aug 6, 2014

Walkathon encourages people to donate organs in Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam, Aug 06 (ANI): In a bid to encourage organ donation, authorities of health department organized a walkathon in Visakhapatnam city in Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday. The awareness walk also saw participation of local hospitals, doctors, non-governmental organisations (NGO) and paramedical workers, who walked seven kilometres to mark World Organ Donation Day. Activists marched on roads and held posters bearing encouraging messages to donate organs. The Andhra Pradesh government has cleared a new comprehensive scheme, Jeevandan (donating life) to give a fillip to organ transplantation. Aug 6, 2014

Soldier killed in fierce gun battle with militants in Kupwara

Kupwara, Aug 06 (ANI): An army jawan was on Wednesday killed in a fierce gun battle with militants in Kupwara district near the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir after a search party was attacked by the militants. According to sources a joint operation was launched by Army and state police at Gogoldara Bahak in the frontier district of Kupwara following a tip off about the presence of some militants. Aug 6, 2014

National Herald Case: HC exempts Sonia and Rahul from appearing in Court till Aug 13

New Delhi, Aug 06 (ANI): Congress leader and advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Wednesday said that the High Court has exempted Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi from appearing in the Court till August 13. Senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy had filed a petition alleging misappropriation of assets worth Rs 2000 crore of the National Herald newspaper. Swamy had also accused Sonia, Rahul and others of conspiring to cheat and misappropriate funds by just paying Rs 50 lakh by which Young Indian obtained the right to recover Rs 90.25 crore which the Associate Journal Limited had owed to the Congress party. Aug 6, 2014

Katie Price blessed with baby girl in 'cheating' hubby's presence

New Delhi, August 6 (ANI): Katie Price has been blessed with a baby girl with her husband Kieran Hayler. The 36-year-old former glamour model welcomed her fifth child and her second child with her husband, who had been cheating her with her best friend and the news was confirmed by her agent on Twitter. Though Price had earlier announced that she was splitting from Hayler, who had a seven-month affair with her best friend of 20-years Jane Pountney, they are working on saving their troubled relationship. The pair had got married in January 2013 following a whirlwind romance and just three-months dating. Aug 6, 2014

Politicos react as SC gives 5 weeks' time for govt formation in Delhi

New Delhi, Aug 06 (ANI): Politicos gave their mixed reactions after the Supreme Court gave a deadline of 5 weeks to the Centre to find a solution about forming a government in Delhi. Congress leader Manish Tewari said that BJP is scared of going for polls that is why it has been avoiding the situation. NCP leader Tariq Anwar stated that SC gave a good decision because Delhi needs a government. SP's Naresh Agarwal said that BJP should take a decision. Meanwhile BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that AAP and Congress earlier spoiled the situation in Delhi and Centre is now looking into the matter. Aug 6, 2014

Time for Congress to introspect itself: Arun Jaitley on Rahul Gandhi's statement

New Delhi, Aug 06 (ANI): Finance and Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said that Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has put baseless allegations that Congress members are not allowed to participate in any discussions and the Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan plays a biased role towards the BJP. Jaitley said that the Congress party should introspect itself. He added that Congress leaders are agitated because a section of their leadership is facing a coup within the party. Aug 6, 2014

Parliament remembers victims of Hiroshima bombing on 69th anniversary

New Delhi, Aug 6 (ANI): Parliament members, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday paid homage to the victims of Hiroshima atomic holocaust, remembering the tens of thousands of innocents who became the victims of World War II 69 years ago. Speaker of Lok Sabha, Sumitra Mahajan, said the wounds of the tragic incident of 1945 are still fresh, and urged for a war-free world. Aug 6, 2014

Politicos react as Rahul Gandhi says only one man's voice counts in India

New Delhi, Aug 6 (ANI): Politicos on Wednesday reacted over Congress Vice-President, Rahul Gandhi, who on Wednesday slammed Speaker of the lower house of parliament, Sumitra Mahajan, and accused her of partial behaviour towards the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Gandhi rushed to the well of the House with his party members and demanded a debate on anti-communal violence bill. He said they were not being allowed to hold a discussion and speak in the parliament. Mahajan had turned down Congress party's request for discussion. As the opposition parties created a ruckus over communal situation in the country, the lower house was adjourned. BJP spokesperson, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, said Rahul was unparliamentarily and showed frustration. Taking a jibe at Rahul, Shiv Sena leader, Sanjay Raut, said he had finally woken up. LJP leader, Chirag Paswan, said Rahul must be aware of rules of the parliament and his act showed desperation. Aug 6, 2014

Three militants surrender in Assam

Barpeta, Aug 6 (ANI): Three militants of a separatist group, National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), surrendered in Assam. The militants also handed over a cache of arms and ammunition to the police and paramilitary, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). Deputy Superintendent of Police of Barpeta Police Station, B C Nath said one AK-56 rifle, one magazine, 17 rounds of ammunition, one 7.6mm pistol and two Chinese grenades were surrendered by the militants. The militants have been identified as Rajani Brahma, Sanjib Basumatari and B. Brahma. Nath informed the police were keeping a tight vigil ahead of Independence Day on August 15. Aug 6, 2014

Uproar in LS as Congress demands debate on rising communal violence, BJP condemns

New Delhi, Aug 6 (ANI): Uproar prevailed in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, as the Congress Party demanded a debate on rising incidents of communal violence across the country through an adjournment motion. However, the BJP condemned the party for creating ruckus and said that it is ready to debate on any issue proposed for discussion but only as per the rules and regulations of the parliament. Aug 6, 2014

Even Priyanka's entry will not save Congress: Rival parties on new poster

New Delhi, Aug 06 (ANI): A controversial banner has once again come up claiming that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra would soon be joining active politics. The major omission from the banner is the photograph of Rahul Gandhi. Reacting over this, rival parties on Wednesday said that even Priyanka Gandhi's entry will not help congress to come out of the current situation. The party will survive only if the family autocracy ends. Aug 6, 2014

Nirbhaya-inspired fashion photoshoot sparks outrage

New Delhi/Kanpur, Aug 06 (ANI): The Nirbhaya-inspired 'fashion shoot' on Wednesday drew criticism from women activists. The National Commission of Women has called for strict action against the photoshoot depicting the December 16 gangrape incident. A week ago, fashion photographer Raj Shetye released his latest photoshoot and spread a wave of outrage. Titled 'The Wrong Turn', the photo series features a woman surrounded by lecherous men in a bus. Aug 6, 2014