UK gives Baba Ramdev gets clean chit after detaining at Heathrow Airport

London, Sep 22 (ANI): Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev, who was detained at London's Heathrow airport for around eight hours, got a clean chit by British authorities following second round of questioning on September 21. Following clearance, Ramdev said on Sunday that he suspected foul play by the Indian government. Sep 22, 2013

Time is ripe to wipe out terror from the world: Narendra Modi on Nairobi Attack

Ahmedabad, Sep 22 (ANI): Condemning the Nairobi Westgate mall attack, Gujarat Chief and BJP___s PM Candidate for 2014 polls, Narendra Modi on Sunday said time was ripe to wipe our terror from the world. Modi was addressing the Indian American community at the conclusion of the two-day national convention of the Overseas Friends of BJP-USA. Sep 22, 2013

India thrived during NDA rule under leadership of Vajpayee-Advani: Narendra Modi

Ahmedabad, Sep 22 (ANI): While addressing the Indian American community at the conclusion of the two-day national convention of the Overseas Friends of BJP-USA, Gujarat Chief and BJP___s PM Candidate for 2014 polls, Narendra Modi on Sunday said that India was thriving during NDA rule under leadership of Vajpayee, Advani. Sep 22, 2013

Congress is hesitant to give answers: Narendra Modi

Ahmedabad, Sep 22 (ANI): While addressing the Indian American community at the conclusion of the two-day national convention of the Overseas Friends of BJP-USA, Gujarat Chief and BJP's PM Candidate for 2014 polls, Narendra Modi on Sunday said that development was there for all to see in BJP ruled states; however Congress was hesitant to give answers regarding the same. Sep 22, 2013

Merkel makes last-minute plea for votes

German Chancellor Angela Merkel makes a last-minute plea for votes one day before Sunday's elections in which she is the favourite, saying she hopes to continue her governing coalition with the Liberal party. Defending her record at a final Berlin campaign rally, Merkel says she will continue to stabilize the euro, but remains opposed to pooling eurozone debt into eurobonds. Duration: 01:03 Sep 21, 2013

Iraq's Kurds vote amid rows, regional tensions

Iraq's Kurds voted in Arbil on Saturday in their first election in four years as their autonomous region grapples with disputes with Baghdad while fellow Kurds fight bloody battles in neighbouring Syria. Duration: 01:03 Sep 21, 2013

Nigeria forces battle Islamists in capital Abuja

Nigerian forces searching for a weapons cache battled Boko Haram insurgents in the capital Abuja Friday as the military sent troops to a town where the Islamists slaughtered at least 87 people, casting further doubt on claims that the group's rebellion has been contained. Duration: 01:16 Sep 21, 2013

Sri Lanka's Tamils vote after decades of war

Sri Lanka's minority Tamils began voting Saturday in the country's northern province in an election they hope will give them a shot at self-rule after decades of ethnic bloodshed that claimed over 100,000 lives. Duration: 00:36 Sep 21, 2013

Diluting Nuclear Liability Bill akin to surrendering India's sovereignty to US Agencies: BJP

Bangalore, Sep 21 (ANI): Senior BJP Leader, MM Joshi on Saturday questioned the UPA Government's reported move to attempt a dilution of the Nuclear Liability Bill (NLB) to suit the needs of the US Government and American firms interested in taking bilateral nuclear commerce with India forward, saying it was akin to surrendering India's sovereignty to US Agencies. Sep 21, 2013

Nimbahera: Another Rajasthan Congress MLA in sex scandal

Nimbahera, Sep 21 (ANI): Another Rajasthan Congress party MLA is in the news for the wrong reasons. Udai Lal Anjana, MLA from Nimbahera, in Chittor has been accused by a 45-year-old woman of sexually exploiting her on the pretext of marrying her. Sep 21, 2013

VK Singh has habit of being in controversy: Atul Anjan

New Delhi, Sep 21 (ANI): As former Army Chief General VK Singh on Saturday said that the reports against him are politically motivated and laughable, CPI (M) leader Atul Anjan said that VK Singh has a habit of being in controversies and in the headlines by giving baseless statements. He further said that there should be a CBI investigation for this report and that all such high officials should not be allowed to take part in politics for 10 years after their retirement. Sep 21, 2013

VK Singh has caught air of BJP: JD (U)

New Delhi, Sep 21 (ANI): Even as the Indian Army has requested the Defence Ministry to order a high-level probe into the functioning of a top secret intelligence unit set up by former chief, Gen (retd) V K Singh, suspecting it of carrying out "unauthorised operations" and financial wrongdoings, JD (U) Leader, Sabir Ali on Saturday said that General Singh had caught the air of BJP. Sep 21, 2013