Pistorius' defence grills witness in court

The defence for paralympian star Oscar Pistorius grilled witness Michelle Burger on Monday in Pretoria as she described being woken by a woman's screams on the night Pistorius shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Duration: 01:24 Mar 4, 2014

China pays tribute to Kunming dead

Chinese leaders pay tribute to the victims of the Kunming train station attack at the opening session of an advisory body meeting. Meanwhile, defiant residents queue to donate blood. Duration: 01:06 Mar 3, 2014

Cape Town holds Africa's largest tattoo fair

Ink enthusiasts gather in Cape Town for the sixth Cape Tattoo Expo, the largest of its kind on the African continent, bringing together local and international artists. Duration: 01:05 Mar 3, 2014

Baloch to raise the issue of missing persons, mass graves at UNHRC

Pakistan, March 03: 72-year-old Mama Qadeer Baloch and 21 others have been marching by foot for over 100 days - passing through tough terrains, mountains and busy streets. Qadeer is not only seeking justice for his son, Jalil Reki, who was abducted, killed and dumped by the secret agencies, but also for thousands of other Baloch missing persons who are victims of atrocities by Pakistani agencies. Mama Qadeer reports over 18,000 Baloch missing, many of whom were killed and dumped in the last few years. The secret agencies, worried by Qadeer's Long March, are now threatening the marchers. Mar 3, 2014

Rohit is my successor: ND Tiwari in a joint press conference with Rohit

New Delhi, Mar 3 (ANI): Senior Congress leader ND Tiwari, who accepted Rohit Shekhar as his son, said that Rohit is his successor. Tiwari was addressing a joint press conference with Rohit, who had dragged the senior Congress leader to court to prove that he is his biological son. Tiwari and Rohit hugged each other during the press conference. Rohit said that if Tiwari honestly gives respect to his mother Ujjwala Sharma and him then everything that has happened is past for him. Mar 3, 2014

Pistorius pleads not guilty to girlfriend's murder

Paralympian star Oscar Pistorius on Monday pleaded not guilty to the Valentine's Day murder of his girlfriend, as he faced a possible life sentence in the full glare of a trial broadcast around the world. Duration: 00:31 Mar 3, 2014

Ram Vilas Paswan hails Narendra Modi, says Gujarat Riots happened 12 years ago

Muzaffarpur, Mar 3 (ANI): Days after forming an alliance with the BJP-led NDA, Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) chief Ram Vilas Paswan on Monday said that he wants to see Narendra Modi becoming the prime minister of the country. Paswan said that communal riots happened in Gujarat 12 years ago, however, in Bihar it happens every month. Mar 3, 2014

3rd front consists of parties which have constantly saved Congress: Narendra Modi

Muzaffarpur, Mar 3 (ANI): Addressing a huge gathering of supporters during the 'Hunkar Rally' in Bihar while sharing the dais with LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswar, BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi said that the Congress will development only when the Congress will stop ruling the country. Modi also added that the 3rd front consists of parties which have constantly saved Congress, sometimes by will and at times due to fear of CBI. Mar 3, 2014

Modi will use 'Tezaab' if Muslims don't vote for him in Gujarat: Azam Khan

Lucknow, Mar 3 (ANI): Launching a direct attack on Bharatiya Janata Party's Prime Ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan on Monday said that Muslims vote out of fear for him in his state. He said that Muslims will be burnt in Gujarat if they will not vote for Modi. Mar 3, 2014

Mirvali Babas mausoleum brings people of different faiths together

Ahmadnagar, Mar 3 (ANI): India’s western state of Maharashtra is known for its rich history, customs and traditions that contribute to its identity as one of the most culturally diverse states in the country. Despite the diversity of religions and cultures, there is amity between people of different faiths in the state. Mar 3, 2014

Punjabi University of Patiala instilling emotions of communal harmony among students

Punjab, Mar 3 (ANI): India is known for its diversity that is marked by different religions which are believed to have been residing here since its inception. Keeping this spirit alive the Punjabi University of Patiala in Northern state of Punjab, has come up with a new department symbolizing the perfect example of communal harmony. Mar 3, 2014