Officers knew INS Sindhuratna was defective: Brother of a victim

New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): Two naval officers, who had gone missing after an accident on board submarine INS Sindhuratna, have been found dead. Seven crew members out of more than 60 aboard the diesel-powered vessel were airlifted to a naval hospital after inhaling smoke, but the two officers - Lieutenant Commander Kapish Muwal and Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar - could not be found. The two officers who went missing were on duty on board when smoke filled parts of a Russian-built submarine on a training exercise off the Mumbai coast in the early hours of February 26 morning. Brother of Lieutenant Commander Kapish Muwal, Aashish said the incident is due to negligence as everyone knew about the defects in the submarine and it proved to be fatal. Feb 28, 2014

Sahara chief Subrata Roy surrenders

New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): Sahara chief Subrata Roy was on Friday taken into police custody in Lucknow following Supreme Court's warrant against him for not appearing in court in a case linked to his alleged failure to return investors' money. His son and Executive Director of Sahara Group Sumanto Roy told that being a law abiding citizen Subrata Roy willfully decided to submit himself to Lucknow police. Feb 28, 2014

Government takes measures to ensure the safety and security of people from the Northeast in New Delh

New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): Munirka village in South Delhi is home to a large number of people from the northeastern states, a majority of them students. After a few incidents of attacks on people from the northeast in the city, there were rumors that a `panchayat’ in Munirka had ordered the eviction of all northeastern people from the locality. However, people in the locality have denied this, and expressed their support for people from the Northeast. The police has also assured off all possible security measures for them in Munirka and elsewhere in the capital. Feb 28, 2014

Pro-Russian Ukrainians rally outside Crimean parliament

The Russian tricolour was flying over the Crimean parliament in the regional capital Simferopol as supporters of Moscow rule flocked in from across the scenic peninsula, protesting against the recent pro-European developments in Kiev. Duration: 01:04 Feb 28, 2014

C.Africa president wants rogue forces 'wiped out'

The Central African Republic's interim president called for French and African troops in the country to make full use of their UN mandate to sideline rogue elements creating havoc in the troubled nation. Duration: 00:32 Feb 28, 2014

Somalia's Shebab rebels ban 3G in latest blow to freedoms

Somalia's Al-Shebab rebels have banned watching movies, smoking and football matches, and now they have banned 3G coverage in certain areas of the country in an attempt to limit Western influences. Duration: 02:41 Feb 28, 2014

Costa Concordia captain returns on shipwreck

Italian captain Francesco Schettino lashed out at the media after his first return to the Costa Concordia, saying the investigation into what happened must continue in a "proper and honest way." Duration: 00:32 Feb 28, 2014

Oscar Pistorius: from Blade Runner to Blade Gunner

South Africa's Oscar Pistorius was a champion athlete who beat the odds to inspire millions worldwide. But his "Blade Runner" epithet swiftly became recast as the "Blade Gunner" after he shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Duration: 02:19 Feb 28, 2014

Tootbrush technology and connected cars: Barcelona Mobile Show

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the perfect platform for innovators and whizz kids to show off what may be the world's next top gadget, from toothbrushes which send reports to your dentist to smart sportswear. Duration: 01:38 Feb 28, 2014

Anne Frank vandalism not very Japanese: Israel embassy

The wanton vandalism of hundreds of copies of Anne Frank's diaries held in Tokyo libraries is uncharacteristic of Japan, according to a senior Israeli diplomat who presented 300 replacements for the damaged books. Duration: 01:28 Feb 28, 2014

Ukraine parliament convenes to approve new government

Ukraine's parliament convenes Thursday to approve a new pro-Western government after the United States offered economic aid to the crisis-hit country and warned Russia against military intervention. Duration: 00:33 Feb 28, 2014