Pak is using anti India glue to unite: Defence Analyst

New Delhi, Oct 22 (ANI): Defence expert Bharat Verma on Tuesday stated that Pakistan is internally breaking up as there are too many contradictory forces within the country. He further said that these forces are using the anti India sentiment to unite. Verma added that until India gives a proper reply to Pakistan by using its forces, Pakistan will continue to create trouble for India. Oct 22, 2013

BJP on PMs China visit

New Delhi, Oct 22 (ANI): Reacting over Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s ongoing tours to Russia and China, the BJP on Tuesday said that till now his foreign visits have not yielded tangible results. BJP leader Captain Abhimanyu said that the opposition, however, expects that the PM will take up the issues pertaining to the border violations by China in the strongest possible manner. He further added that matters like issuing visas to Indian citizens, water sharing, trade and commerce should thoroughly be discussed. Oct 22, 2013

SP threatens withdrawing support from UPA, Cong says wont bow down

Lucknow, Oct 22 (ANI): Even as the Samajwadi Party (SP) warned the UPA government at the Centre by claiming the party leadership is thinking of withdrawing support to the Congress-led alliance, the Congress on Tuesday said that it won’t bow down against its principles. Oct 22, 2013

Manmohan Singh to begin China visit today

New Delhi, Oct 22 (ANI): Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, will arrive in Beijing on Tuesday for a two-day visit to China. Dr. Singh, who will reach Beijing after a two-day visit to Russia, will hold talks with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang and meet Chinese President Xi Jinping. Several agreements in areas like trade, economy, culture and people-to-people contacts are expected to be signed between the two sides after the talks. This will be the Prime Minister's second visit to Beijing. Dr. Singh had previously visited China in January 2008. Oct 22, 2013

Russian firm to provide 2.5 million tonnes of gas to India: Foreign Secretary

Moscow, Oct 22 (ANI): India's foreign secretary Sujatha Singh has said that the country's biggest gas transporter and marketer, GAIL, had signed a 20-year deal with Russian gas major, Gazprom, for the supply of 2.5 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas. Singh, made this statement at a news conference in Moscow, after the conclusion of the summit talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh. Oct 22, 2013

Teacher dead, two injured in US school shooting

A teenager opened fire at a school in the US state of Nevada Monday, killing a teacher and critically wounding two students, police and reports said. The shooting also left the young gunman dead. Duration: 01:07 Oct 22, 2013

Russia plans to set up new units at Kudankulam nuclear plant: Putin

Moscow, Oct 22 (ANI): Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has said that his country plans to build new nuclear units at India’s Kudankulam plant, as both the nations vowed during their annual summit to resolve the legal issues that had held up the deal for long. A joint statement, issued after Putin hosted Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the Kremlin, contained no concrete energy breakthroughs, however. The statement had just stated that the countries agreed to speed up the finalising of deals on two new nuclear energy units. Addressing mediapersons, Putin said that the first unit at Kudankulam which had already attained criticality would be linked to India’s power grid shortly. Putin was also optimistic about the finalizing of the deals on the second unit at Kudankulam. Oct 22, 2013

Roma couple in Greece charged with child abduction

A Roma couple were charged in Greece with abducting a young girl dubbed the "blond angel", whose discovery has prompted thousands of calls from parents of missing children. Duration: 00:33 Oct 21, 2013