Gurgaon, April 23 (ANI): Police arrested five girls and a pimp after conducting a raid in a spa and massage parlour in the satellite town of Gurgaon in Haryana. In a bid to combat illegal prostitution in Haryana, the police had launched a sting operation. A team of policemen raided the parlour on the signal of the impostor and arrested the women alleged to be part of immoral trafficking. Inspecting officer, Lakhpat Singh, said the arrested girls and the pimp have been sent to jail after a medical check up.Apr 23, 2014
Greater profit from fish farming, around Rs. 60 to 70 thousand per year, is helping people make the switch from traditional farming in Kathua. And to help the people, the fisheries department is providing fish seeds to them.
While many central govt. schemes like the National Rural Health Mission exist to improve health care facilities in the rural areas of Jammu and Kashmir, many areas of the state still have poor healthcare facilities.
Food products including milk, biscuits, sweets, and other packed food items from outside the state are totally substandard. The people, especially children, are facing many health problems due to substandard products.Apr 23, 2014
Britain's Prince William visited Australia's Uluru on Tuesday, taking his wife Kate to the spectacular red monolith and evoking the visit by his parents Prince Charles and Diana in 1983. Duration: 00:34Apr 23, 2014
Lebanese authorities on Tuesday sent a rare aid convoy to the town of Tufeil, an island of Lebanese territory inside Syria where thousands have become trapped in the country's war. Duration: 00:39Apr 23, 2014
Top Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was found guilty on Tuesday of slandering a lawmaker and ordered to pay a hefty fine, the latest legal case against the prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin. Duration: 00:45Apr 23, 2014
The National Front remains in the lead to win the European elections in France. The far-right party's leader Marine Le Pen said that voters should use this election as a referenum on the European Union. Duration: 01:02Apr 23, 2014
The Palestinians have relaunched efforts to reconcile their rival leaderships in the West Bank and Gaza Strip as US-brokered peace talks with Israel teeter on the edge of collapse. Duration: 00:53Apr 23, 2014
Colombians hop on their bikes Tuesday during the ‘Day Without Cars’ celebrated in Medellin. Under the slogan "Turn off the engine, turn on your heart", a municipal decree prohibited locals of using their private cars today. Duration: 00:40Apr 23, 2014
Poonch, April 23 (ANI): In a bid to strengthen ties between India and Pakistan, the state transport department of Jammu and Kashmir rejoiced over the faster clearance of transit permits for the bus service to Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Nostalgia ruled hearts when long separated cousins from India and Pakistan got to meet each other due to the regular bus service that has emerged out of strengthened bonds between the two countries. Citing confidence from both nations, Custodian of Cross Line of Control (LoC) Travel, Chakan Da Bagh in Poonch district, Mohammed Bashir Lone, predicted flourishing ties. Passengers who travelled from Pakistan occupied Kashmir to India s Kashmir rejoiced over meeting their long separated relatives.Apr 23, 2014
Varanasi, April 23 (ANI): Look-alike of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Abhinandan Pathak, left no stone unturned as he was campaigning for Modi with full force. Pathak along with BJP workers conducted rituals at a temple and prayed for smooth journey of Modi to become the prime minister. The Modi look alike said that he has been touring different states in eastern, western and northern parts of India since over two months now. Also, prayers were held for Modi who will file nomination papers to contest from Varanasi on April 24. Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has benefited from a wave of public anger over corruption scandals and a slowing economy under the ruling Congress, which may be facing one of its weakest-ever showings at the polls.Apr 23, 2014
Mumbai, April 23 (ANI): An independent candidate, also known as Indian Spider-man, hangs from balconies, climbs buildings to campaign for parliamentary polls in India's showbiz capital Mumbai, which is due to vote in an election this week. Gaurav Sharma, who is a martial arts trainer and a fitness consultant, drew inspiration from comic book superhero, Peter Parker, and was seen jumping from one window to another asking voters to solicit their support. Dressed in spider-man's costume, Sharma, who is also contesting election convinces people in his constituency that he would use his powers to change their lives once he becomes their representative. But Sharma says his aim is also to encourage people to achieve their dreams by climbing ladders and passing all barriers.Apr 23, 2014
Chhattisgarh/ Uttar Pradesh/ Maharashtra, April 23 (ANI): Security forces across various states in India held marches as a safety measure for the sixth phase of polling in the ongoing general election. The sixth phase of election will be held on April 24 where voters of 117 constituencies in nation’s 11 states and one Union Territory would go to polls. Police Commissioner of Mumbai, Rakesh Maria, said the police are totally prepared to hold free and fair elections in the western city. Meanwhile, Chief Electoral Officer of Chhattisgarh, Sunil Kujur said 10.18 million people will vote for seven parliamentary constituencies in the province on April 24.Apr 23, 2014