Pakistan's Musharraf granted bail in legal case

A Pakistan court on Monday granted bail to former military ruler Pervez Musharraf over a deadly raid on a radical mosque, bringing closer his possible release after more than six months of house arrest. Duration: 00:58 Nov 4, 2013

Kenya charges four over Westgate mall attack

Kenya charged four men Monday in connection with the Westgate mall massacre in September, an attack claimed by Somalia’s Al-Qaeda linked Shebab in which at least 67 people were killed. Duration: 00:38 Nov 4, 2013

UK exhibitors gather to show off Christmas products

Consumer electronic enthusiasts attend the Gadget Show Live@Christmas at Earl's Court in London on Friday. Exhibitors gathered to show off their latest products in time for the Christmas season. Duration: 00:49 Nov 4, 2013

Mali, RFI mourning over death of two French journalists

Marie-Christine Saragosse, chief executive of France Médias Monde, which owns RFI, met with Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta to discuss the deaths of two French journalists shot dead in the rebel-infested northern desert. Duration: 00:36 Nov 4, 2013

Egypt's Morsi in court over protester deaths

The trial of Egypt's deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi began Monday at a Cairo courthouse over protester deaths, raising fears of new bloodshed four months after the army ousted him. Duration: 00:46 Nov 4, 2013

Mutai, Jeptoo win New York Marathon titles

Kenyans Geoffrey Mutai and Priscah Jeptoo won New York City Marathon titles Sunday as elite runners returned to the Big Apple a year after Hurricane Sandy forced the cancellation of the race. Duration: 01:07 Nov 4, 2013

Six dead as tourist ferry sinks off Thai resort

A packed tourist ferry sinks off the Thai resort of Pattaya, killing six passengers including three foreigners in the latest deadly incident to tarnish the kingdom's image as a tourism haven. Duration: 00:55 Nov 4, 2013

Thai opposition rallies against amnesty bill

Several thousand Thai anti-government protesters gather in Bangkok after lawmakers approved a controversial amnesty that could allow fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to return. Duration: 00:43 Nov 4, 2013

PDP demands resolving Kashmir issue

Srinagar, Nov 4 (ANI): The People's Democratic Party (PDP) took to streets in Srinagar on Monday to press their demand for the early resolution of Kashmir issue in a peaceful manner. The irate supporters came out in droves and shouted anti-government slogans against the constant ceasefire violations along the border. Chief of PDP, Mehbooba Mufti, said that the Kashmir issue should be resolved through dialogue between the two nuclear armed neighbours. Nov 4, 2013

Assam's Boko block office gets ISO certification

Assam, Nov 4 (ANI): Situated in the Kamrup district, the Boko block was once a hub of insurgents. However, with the efficient implementation of welfare schemes and the active participation of villagers in the development process, the block has made steady progress. In a rare accomplishment, it recently received the ISO certification which recognized the block office's efficiency. The International Organization for Standardization or ISO develops standards to ensure that companies and organizations consistently provide products and services of good quality. The block office has extensively used various schemes to undertake a series of development works for livelihood generation and infrastructure development. Nov 4, 2013

NAGA students union, Delhi (NSUD) celebrates its 50TH year in the national capital

New Delhi, Nov 4 (ANI): A large number of people of the Naga community from the northeast gathered at the TYAGARAJ complex to mark 50 years of living in Delhi. The main theme of the event, where pictures were put up, was "Pause, Rewind and Play". The NSUD was established in 1963. During the event, a group of students performed a harmony dance in their colorful attires and mesmerized the audience. 'Inspiration Awards' were also given to some Naga achievers in recognition of their work in different fields. Nov 4, 2013

Indian cyclists crushed in the rush for prosperity

The tens of millions of people in India who can only afford a bicycle to get around are increasingly overlooked as car ownership rises and a ban in one city is implemented. Duration: 02:19 Nov 4, 2013