Narendra Modi unaware about nation's history, not eligible for PM candidate: JD (U)

New Delhi, Nov 12 (ANI): JD (U) leder Shivanand Tiwari on Tuesday slammed Narendra Modi after he mistook Syama Prasad Mookerjee for Shyamji Krishna Varma. Tiwari said that Modi whjo is unaware even about the nation's history and about the person who laid foundation of the Jan Sangh is not eligible to be a PM candidate of the country. He also termed Modi as a product of corporate sector and appealed people not to follow a leader like him. Nov 12, 2013

Modi must take a few classes in history from top leaders of BJP: Digvijay Singh

Raipur, Nov 12 (ANI): Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Tuesday took a dig at BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi saying that he must take a few classes in history from top leaders of the BJP. He further added that the country may have to face embarrassment in case Modi becomes the PM and gives similar speeches in UN. Nov 12, 2013

Traditional dances welcome British royals to Kerala

New Delhi, Nov 12 (ANI): Four earthquakes within a period of 3 hours shook the National Capital Region (NCKochi, Nov 12 (ANI): Britain's Prince of Wales, Charles and his wife, Camilla, got a colourful welcome to the city of Kochi in Kerala recently, as the couple enjoyed an evening of traditional dances and martial arts during the last leg of their India trip. The couple visited Kerala Folklore Theatre, which houses the country's largest collection of traditional performing art costumes. The royals were first garlanded and then enticed to the classical moves of Kathak, which is one of the most dynamic theatres arts in the world. The royal couple's visit ends on November 14 when they leave for Sri Lanka to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Colombo.R) on early Tuesday, with no reports of casualties or major damage. The first tremor of magnitude 3.1 was felt in Delhi and occured at 12:41am. Its epicentre was Delhi, according to an IMD report. This was followed by three more tremors of 3.3, 2.5 and 2.8 magnitude at 1:41, 1:55 and 3:40 AM, the report said. Nov 12, 2013

Earthquakes rattle Delhi, no reports of casualties

New Delhi, Nov 12 (ANI): Four earthquakes within a period of 3 hours shook the National Capital Region (NCR) on early Tuesday, with no reports of casualties or major damage. The first tremor of magnitude 3.1 was felt in Delhi and occured at 12:41am. Its epicentre was Delhi, according to an IMD report. This was followed by three more tremors of 3.3, 2.5 and 2.8 magnitude at 1:41, 1:55 and 3:40 AM, the report said. Nov 12, 2013

Traditional dances welcome British royals to Kerala

Kochi, Nov 12 (ANI): Britain's Prince of Wales, Charles and his wife, Camilla, got a colourful welcome to the city of Kochi in Kerala recently, as the couple enjoyed an evening of traditional dances and martial arts during the last leg of their India trip. The couple visited Kerala Folklore Theatre, which houses the country's largest collection of traditional performing art costumes. The royals were first garlanded and then enticed to the classical moves of Kathak, which is one of the most dynamic theatres arts in the world. The royal couple's visit ends on November 14 when they leave for Sri Lanka to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Colombo. Nov 12, 2013

'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' premiere heats up rainy London

Actress Jennifer Lawrence greeted fans in London's Leicester Sqaure on Monday evening for the world premiere of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,' the second in the series of film adaptations of the novels by Suzanne Collins. Duration: 01:07 Nov 12, 2013

Top UN court awards flashpoint temple area to Cambodia

The UN's top court ruled Monday that most of the area around a flashpoint ancient temple on the Thai border belongs to Cambodia and that any Thai security forces there should leave. Angry Thai protesters reacted in Bangkok. Duration: 00:57 Nov 11, 2013

President Hollande booed at WWI remembrance ceremony

French President François Hollande was booed by a group of protesters on Monday as he attended a remembrance ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier marking the end of World War I. Duration: 00:44 Nov 11, 2013

UN climate talks open in wake of typhoon disaster

Nations launched a new round of talks Monday for a 2015 deal to cut Earth-warming greenhouse gas emissions, in the aftermath of a devastating Philippines typhoon the UN's climate chief labelled "sobering." Duration: 01:01 Nov 11, 2013

US marines join Philippines typhoon rescue

US marines on Monday joined a frantic effort to rescue famished survivors of a typhoon that may have killed 10,000 people in the Philippines. Duration: 01:15 Nov 11, 2013