Parineeti Chopra the gadget freak chick

Mumbai, Sept 26 (ANI): Bollywood___s bubbly girl Parineeti Chopra is a gadget freak and her love for technology got her in collaboration with Croma where she was spotted launching the all new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smart watch in Mumbai. Parineeti who was last scene in Shudh Desi Romance has not only established herself as a great actor but has also become the favourite face of many brands. Well we wish you all the best Parineeti. Sep 26, 2013

Stopping Indo-Pak talks will strengthen terrorist outfits: Jagdambika Pal

Lucknow, Sep 26 (ANI): As the prime minister remains determined to continue dialogues with Pakistan despite of opposition from BJP, Congress leader Jagdambika Pal said that BJP should understand that refraining from talks with the neighboring Pakistan will further strengthen terrorist outfits working in both countries. The Congress leader further said that it___s been usual now that whenever the two countries are about to have peaceful talks, the terrorist groups comes up to hinder the same. Sep 26, 2013

US Air Force converts F-16 fighters into drones.

The US Air Force has test flown an F-16 fighter jet without a pilot on board for the first time, in the latest sign of the military's increasing reliance on drones. Duration 01:04 Sep 26, 2013

Jammu: Militants dressed in Army uniform attack police station, army camp, at least 12 killed

Jammu, Sep 26 (ANI): Militants dressed in army uniform have attacked a police station and an Army cantonment in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday morning, killing at least 12 people. The militants first attacked a police station in Hiranagar of Kathua district in Jammu, killing four cops and two civilians. After destroying the police station the terrorists hijacked a truck and went to an Army brigade camp in Samba, where they have reportedly killed at least six Army personnel. A fierce gun battle is on between the militants and the army personnel in Samba. All the injured have suffered critical splinter and bullet injuries. Sep 26, 2013

Iran poses 'absolutely no threat': Rowhani

Iran's President Hassan Rowhani called Tuesday on US counterpart Barack Obama to seek better relations. Speaking at the UN General Assembly, Rowhani said Iran poses "absolutely no threat to the world." Sep 25, 2013

Narendra Modi praises Shivraj Singh Chouhan, says has full faith on him

Bhopal, Sept 25 (ANI): Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Wednesday sounded the bugle for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. Modi praised Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the chief minister of the state and said that he has no doubts on the capability of Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Sep 25, 2013

Modi takes on Congress, says 'CBI will contest next polls'

Bhopal, Sept 25 (ANI): Taking a dig at the Congress-led UPA Government, Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will fight the next elections. Repeating his slogan for a Congress-free India, Modi said the mood of the country is in favour of the BJP. Modi said a Congress-free India will help fulfill Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi's dream. Sep 25, 2013

Advaniji is everyone's 'margdarshak': Narendra Modi

Bhopal, Sep 25 (ANI): In a show of unity, Gujarat Chief and BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate for 2014 polls, Narendra Modi called veteran party leader Lal Krishna Advani the "margdarshak" of the BJP and touched his feet publically at a Bhopal rally on Wednesday. Sep 25, 2013

Omar Abdullah on VK Singh: Have no financial dealings with Army

Srinagar, Sep 25 (ANI): Breaking his silence over Former Army Chief, General (retd) VK Singh___s allegations Former army chief VK Singh's claim that the army paid ministers in Jammu and Kashmir to "keep people together", State Chief, Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said that ministers in the state had no financial dealings with the Army. Sep 25, 2013

Naxals losing ground

New Delhi, Sept 25 (ANI): The Maoist Central Committee admitted in a recent meeting that their strength is going down, both in terms of manpower and arms & ammunition. This is a result of successful efforts by the security forces to combat left-wing extremism, and developmental work undertaken by the government, which has stopped disgruntled youth from joining the Naxals. Maoists have been hit hard, but to show their presence, their attacks on security forces and political leaders have intensified in the recent months. In May, they attacked a Congress convoy in Sukma district which left 27 people dead, including senior Congress leaders like Nand Kumar Patel and VC Shukla. Sep 25, 2013

Displaced Syrians give life to ghost industrial park

War had reduced Syria's largest industrial complex to a ghost town, but displaced residents of nearby Aleppo are now creating a bustling lifestyle amid the abandoned factories and warehouses. Duration: 00:48. Sep 24, 2013

India sees US as long-term partner in fostering global environment conducive to to growth: PM

New Delhi, Sept 25 (ANI): Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on Wednesday said India sees the United States as a long-term partner in its development efforts, and also in fostering a global environment conducive to growth. In a departure statement released before embarking on a five-day visit to the United States, Dr. Singh said: "For India, the U.S. remains a key source of technology, investment, innovation and resources, and one of the most important destinations for our goods and services. We have productive and deepening partnerships in trade and investment, defence, counter-terrorism, intelligence, internal security, cyber security, civil nuclear energy, environment, health, higher education, space, science and technology and culture. Sep 25, 2013

India, Bangladesh security forces vow to resolve border issues

Siliguri, Sept 25 (ANI): The security forces of India and Bangladesh vowed to resolve issues of infiltration, trafficking and smuggling by criminals alongside the border with an aim to enhance bilateral relations between the neighbouring countries. Bangladesh and Indian border guards attended the annual Director General (DG) level meeting which was organised from September 14 to September 19 and discussed issues like cattle smuggling and fake currency. The Inspector General of the paramilitary Border Security Force (BSF) north-Bengal frontier, S K Sood, said that they had received a positive response from the Bangladesh officials in order to resolve border issues. Sood also said that soldiers of India and Bangladesh remain on high alert alongside the border to avert any untoward incident. Sep 25, 2013

UPA tries to woo central employees: 7th Pay Commission announced

Pune, Sep 25 (ANI): Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday approved the constitution of the 7th Pay Commission, which is likely to impact at least 85 lakh central government employees and pensioners, in a way trying to woo all central employees ahead of 2014 polls. Sep 25, 2013