Raising issues of public not immoral and illegal, says Vinod Binny

New Delhi, Jan 18 (ANI): Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Vinod Binny on Saturday said that he will be sending a reply to the show cause notice issued to him by the party, and added that raising the issues of the people is not immoral and illegal. Binny reiterated that he joined the AAP because of the issues the party had raised, and not in awe of some people. Jan 18, 2014

Narendra Modi pitches for 'e-governance' in India

New Delhi, Jan 18 (ANI): BJP's Prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi pitched for digital and internet-based governance in the country, while addressing business leaders ahead of national polls. Addressing the gathering at a business award ceremony in New Delhi, Modi said that the development of science and technology in the world's second largest democracy requires specific innovations according to the country's own needs. Modi said that in the present era, e-Governance that includes use of electronic gadgets, technology and the internet, is viewed as the best form of administration across the globe. Jan 18, 2014

Shashi Tharoor stable, to be discharged soon: AIIMS

New Delhi, Jan 18 (ANI): Doctor at AIIMS, Dr Neerja Bhatla on Saturday said that Shashi Tharoor is stable and will be discharged soon. Tharoor was admitted in AIIMS after complaining of severe chest pain following his wife, Sunanda Pushkar Tharoor's death in Delhi's five-star hotel. The doctor also said that the Pushkar's post-mortem will be held as per the protocol. Jan 18, 2014

Indian success story not over, nation waiting for BJP to come to power: Rajnath Singh

New Delhi, Jan 18 (ANI): While addressing at the BJP national council meet, party President Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that Indian success story is not over and that the nation is waiting for the BJP to come to power. He further targeted Congress and said that Congress don't want a stable government but a weak government. He said that once the BJP comes to power, the nation's current account deficit will turn into surplus as was during Atal Bihari Vajpayee's government. Jan 18, 2014

Shashi Tharoor's wife Sunanda Pushkar found dead in New Delhi's Leela Hotel

New Delhi, Jan 18 (ANI): Sunanda Pushkar, wife of Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development (HRD) Shashi Tharoor was found dead in a hotel room in New Delhi on Friday. Shashi Tharoor's personal secretary, Abhinab Kumar, said that Sunanda's body was found in Leela Hotel and the cause of the death is yet to be ascertained. The couple, who got married in 2010, had checked into the five-star hotel due to construction work in their house. Both of them have been married twice before. Jan 18, 2014

Sochi goes into lockdown as Olympic Games approach

Unprecedented security measures have been put in place ahead of next month's Winter Olympics in Sochi. Fear of attack has been amplified by the recent double bombing in Volgograd that killed 34 people. Duration 01:13 Jan 18, 2014

Syria offers to swap prisoners with rebels

Syria said on Friday it was ready to swap prisoners with the rebels and would take swift steps that could lead to the first such mass exchange in nearly three years of fighting. Duration: 00:53 Jan 18, 2014

Subsidized LPG cylinders should be raised from 9 to 12: Rahul

New Delhi, Jan 17 (ANI): During his speech at the AICC meet on Friday, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi made the biggest demand to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. He asked Prime Minister to increase the cap on annual sales of subsidized cooking gas cylinders to 12 from 9 per household. Jan 17, 2014

Australian fires turn deadly as heatwave scorches

Skies over southeastern Australia darkened with huge plumes of smoke and lightning storms after an epic heatwave, with raging wildfires claiming one life and residents warned to "leave and live". Duration: 00:49 Jan 17, 2014

Smuggler guides Syrians across perilous border

Thousands of Syrians have fled over the border with Turkey in recent days after clashes between rival rebel groups. Ibrahim, an Al-Nusra rebel smuggler, helps refugees cross over illegally. Duration: 02:30 Jan 17, 2014

Obama to unveil NSA reforms, response to Snowden

Privacy advocates are eagerly waiting Barack Obama's proposals to reform US intelligence in the wake of a series of revelations on the vast data-gathering capabilities of the spy agencies. Duration: 01:41 Jan 17, 2014

Pussy Riot vows no let-up in Russia human rights fight

Two members of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot vow no let-up in their campaign against human rights abuses in Russia as they make their first overseas trip since being released from jail. Duration: 01:05 Jan 17, 2014