Japanese firms use leading-edge technology for safety and comfort

Tokyo, July 22 (ANI): Cyber security is the need of modern era. And to provide high security service to global clients, Japan's NEC Corporation has established Cyber Security Factory in Tokyo. 50 professional engineers remotely monitor the network and take measures to solve clients' problem. The Factory conducts cyber training exercise and is equipped with customer communication and analysis room which helps to analyze computer virus. Engineers sitting at different locations can have discussions through digital graphic. NEC has made an alliance with Interpol on cyber security. Besides cyber security, the Japanese firms use leading edge technology to provide comfort to people. Haneda International Airport, the state of the art airport which connects Japan to South-east Asia, witnesses large number of passengers every day. EBARA Corporation has installed four chillers, with each having a capacity of 3,516kw. It is equivalent to 1,000 units of the regular home air conditioners. The chillers generate cold water at the airport building which helps to cool the air by heat reactors. Jul 22, 2014

SC refuses to release Subrata Roy on parole

New Delhi, July 22 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to release Sahara Chief Subrata Roy on parole. Roy had pleaded for 40 days bail to sell properties in the wake of returning money to the investors. The court has allowed Roy to sell three hotels abroad and said that he can negotiate on assets sale from the police custody. Jul 22, 2014

Ram Naik takes oath as UP governor

Lucknow, July 22 (ANI): BJP veteran and former petroleum minister Ram Naik on Tuesday took oath as Uttar Pradesh's Governor in Lucknow. Naik was appointed as Governor of Uttar Pradesh in the first appointment of five Governors by the recently-elected Narendra Modi government. Jul 22, 2014

UN, US press Gaza truce efforts as death toll soars

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday started talks with Egypt's leadership as the two sides voiced guarded hope of negotiating a ceasefire to end two weeks of bloodshed in Gaza. Duration: 00:47 Jul 22, 2014

Gazans react to latest Israeli strikes

As world powers urged Hamas to accept an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire and stop raining rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip, a series of Israeli air strikes early Tuesday killed seven people in Gaza. Duration: 01:11 Jul 22, 2014

Ukraine rebels hand over MH17 black boxes

Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine hand over two black boxes recovered from the crash site of the MH17 jet to Malaysian officials at a press conference. Duration: 01:31 Jul 22, 2014

S. Korean police find body of fugitive ferry owner

South Korean police say they have found the body of the fugitive business tycoon who headed the family operating the Sewol ferry which sank in April with the loss of around 300 lives. Duration: 00:50 Jul 22, 2014

Narayan Rane meets Chavan, CM ready to discuss issue with central leadership

Mumbai, July 22 (ANI): Miffed Congress leader Narayan Rane on Tuesday met Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and said that the CM will discuss the issue in hand with party President Sonia Gandhi. Rane said that the solution won't appear unless the party accepts the resignation. Earlier, Rane resigned from all post of the state cabinet alleging betrayal. Meanwhile, Chavan said that Rane talked about his grievances and that the central leadership will decide on further course of action. Jul 22, 2014

Woman journalist found dead in Ghaziabad apartment

Ghaziabad, July 22 (ANI): A woman journalist was found dead in her apartment in Ghaziabad’s Mahagun Mosaic Society. Nikita Das Mandal was a producer with the Rajya Sabha TV. She lived with her husband at her apartment where her body was found in mysterious conditions at the Building’s basement. SSP Dharmendra Singh Yadav said that the investigation is on and further details will be known after the postmortem report. Jul 22, 2014

Govt keen to set judicial commission: Ravi Shankar Prasad tells Parliament

New Delhi, July 22 (ANI): Law Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, on Tuesday told parliament that the government was keen to set up a panel to appoint judges in wake of allegations of judicial corruption by a former judge of the Supreme Court, Justice Markandey Katju. Katju alleged that the previous Manmohan Singh government extended the tenure of a corrupt additional judge of the Madras High Court due to stay in power as its key ally from the Tamil Nadu had threatened to withdraw support. Prasad said the national judicial commission was the need of hour. Jul 22, 2014

US man claims African 'kingdom' to make daughter a princess

Jeremiah Heaton travelled from his home in Virginia to an 'unclaimed' piece of land between Egypt and Sudan and planted a flag in it, calling it The Kingdom of North Sudan to make his daughter a princess. Duration: 02:38 Jul 22, 2014

Prince George celebrates his first birthday

Britain's Prince George celebrates his first birthday Tuesday, capping a year in which the globetrotting infant became the face of the modern royal family. Duration: 01:18 Jul 22, 2014