Won't quit over Rahul Gandhi trashing ordinance: PM

On Board, Oct 02 (ANI): Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh said that he will not resign over Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi trashing the controversial ordinance on 'tainted politicians' passed by cabinet in New Delhi. Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi openly opposed the ordinance passed by cabinet on convicted politicians saying that it was a complete nonsense and should be 'torn up' and 'thrown out'. The cabinet passed an executive order that could allow convicted lawmakers to continue to hold office and stand in elections, ahead of national polls due by next May. Dismissing claims of his resignation by the opposition parties, Singh said that he would take up the matter with his cabinet colleagues. Oct 2, 2013

PM hits back at Narendra Modi

On Board, Oct 02 (ANI): Prime Minister Manmohan Singh takes a dig at the popular yet divisive, Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and says that he hopes that all secular forces combine to face his onslaught. In his recent speeches, Modi has been targeting Singh and his government over issues of corruption and ill governance. Oct 2, 2013

Golden Dawn supporters protest outside Athens court

Lawmakers from the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn appeared before magistrates on Tuesday to face criminal charges as part of a crackdown following the murder of an anti-fascist musician. Party supporters protested outside the court. Duration: 00:29 Oct 1, 2013

DC area police and US Army test emergency readiness

The US military and local police forces ran exercises to test coordination capability between federal and local agencies, in case of a disaster impacting the Washington, DC area. Duration:01:37 Oct 2, 2013

Chilean right-wing candidate unveils platform

Chile's right-wing candidate Evelyn Matthei submitted her government proposal on Tuesday ahead of the presidential elections on November 17. She will be running against former socialist president Michelle Bachelet. Duration: 00:33 Oct 1, 2013

Cage-fighter aims to strike blow for Asian women

A young Singaporean is hoping her fast hands and feet can strike a blow for Asian women when she joins the region's tiny ranks of female cage-fighters next month. Duration: 01:11 Oct 1, 2013

Madagascar's Rajoelina 'proud' of record in office

Madagascar strongman Andry Rajoelina, barred from running in upcoming elections, says the presidential race is likely to be decided by a second round of voting and rules out a return of his rival, ex-president Marc Ravalomanana. Duration: 00:47 Oct 1, 2013

Bangladesh MP sentenced to death for genocide

A Bangladesh court on Tuesday sentenced top opposition lawmaker Salauddin Quader Chowdhury to death for genocide, the first lawmaker to be convicted of war crimes during the 1971 war of independence. Duration: 00:26 Oct 1, 2013

Japan PM to hike sales tax to boost ailing economy

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday announced a rise in consumption tax from 5.0 percent to 8.0 percent in April, in what is being seen as a key step on the road to reforming the economy. Duration: 00:54 Oct 1, 2013