Musharraf: danger of proxy Pakistan-India war in Afghanistan

The departure of NATO combat forces from Afghanistan could push India and Pakistan towards a proxy war in the troubled state, Pakistan's former military ruler General Pervez Musharraf warns in an interview with AFP. Duration: 01:06 Nov 18, 2014

Japan encourages eating of healthy and nutritious food

Tokyo/ Hanoi, Nov 18 (ANI): At the Trung Trac Primary School in Vietnam's capital Ho Chi Minh City, a "School Meal Project" was launched with an aim to standardize school meal in primary schools. The Ho Chi Minh City Education and Training Department and Ajinomoto Vietnam Company have cooperated with the Ho Chi Minh City Nutrition Center to promote the "School Meal Project" since 2012. The aim was to improve the nutrition and health status of students at primary schools in the city. The Ajinomoto Group is a global foods company offering Ajinomoto, an umami seasoning, and varieties of seasonings and processed food products in 130 countries worldwide. Ajinomoto Vietnam is not only committed to delivering deliciousness to homes across Vietnam, but is working to make a contribution to the health and well being of all Vietnamese. Nov 18, 2014

HK leader says occupiers breaching the law

Hong Kong's leader Leung Chun-ying says it is "abundantly clear by now that the occupiers are and have been breaching the law of Hong Kong". Duration: 00:51 Nov 18, 2014

Israelis react after Jerusalem synagogue attack

Two Palestinians armed with a gun and axes burst into a Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday and killed four Israelis before being shot dead in the bloodiest attack in the city in years. Duration: 00:58 Nov 18, 2014

Nanavati Commission submits final report to Gujarat CM

Ahmedabad, Nov 18 (ANI): The Nanavati Commission headed by Justice GT Nanavati on Tuesday submitted its final report to Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel. The report is related to the Godhra incident of 2002 riots which took place in Gujarat when Narendra Modi was the CM. Justice GT Nanavati said that he cannot reveal any details about the report unless the government decides to make them public. Nov 18, 2014

Rajnath Singh pays surprise visit at Paharganj Police Station

New Delhi, Nov 18 (ANI): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh along with Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and Police Commissioner BS Bassi paid a surprise visit at Paharganj Police Station on Tuesday. Singh said that after Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiated his cleanliness drive all officials have taken responsibility for cleanliness still he came to check whether cleanliness was being maintained. He added that he had also visited New Delhi Railway station and found defect in a toilet after which its caretaker was informed. Nov 18, 2014

Suffering Growing Day By Day for People in Gilgit

Gilgit Baltistan, November 18, 2014: Gilgit Baltistan has become a shambled region in the hands of Pakistan. The growing unemployment and economic backwardness have kept the region in dark. Fake promises and the self governance ordinance of 2009 had made it clear that Pakistan is doing nothing for the region. The region of Gilgit Baltistan is in chaos. The non-state actors, who often incite people for violence in the region on the basis of different religion, rule the roost. The puppet administration also works hand-in-glove with them and often takes decisions in their favour. Nov 18, 2014

Police says it will take action against Rampal supporters if they march towards VIP location

New Delhi, Nov 18 (ANI): The Joint Commissioner of Police Mukesh Kumar Meena said on Tuesday that the police will take strict action against the supporters of Sant Rampal if they try to march towards any VIP location like Supreme Court. He added that the police is ready with its force and officers have been deployed in all vulnerable and VIP locations. Nov 18, 2014

Four more crib deaths in Tamil Nadu, toll reaches nine

Dharmapuri, Nov 18 (ANI): Four more infants died at a government-run Dharmapuri Medical College Hospital in Tamil Nadu on Tuesday. Two were boys and two were girls. Of the four, one was delivered in the hospital while the other three were referred from other hospitals. All the four infants died due to being underweight because of pre-mature delivery and were suffering from respiratory problems. With the deaths on Tuesday, the toll mounted to nine after five crib deaths, which included four girls, were reported on Sunday. However, Dean of Medicine, Dharmapuri Government Hospital, Doctor Elangovan refused to take any responsibility of the deaths on behalf of the hospital. Of the five newborn babies who died on Sunday, three were underweight while the other two had respiratory problems. Reportedly, more than 20 babies are still in the hospital facing same problems and there is a fear that the death toll may increase. Nov 18, 2014

PM Modi raises toast at dinner hosted by Australian PM Abbott at MCG

Melbourne, Nov 18 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday raised a toast at dinner hosted by Australian PM Tony Abbott at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Modi said that the beauty of democracy is that both Opposition and ruling parties sit together. Modi said that the relations between two nations can be made stronger if the relations between their leaders are friendly. Nov 18, 2014

Asia Pacific looks forward to working with Australia: Modi to business leaders in Melbourne

Melbourne, Nov 18 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the business leaders in Melbourne during his four-city tour of Australia. Modi said that Asia Pacific is looking forward to working with the government and people of Australia. He added that India greatly values the relation it shares with Australia. Further talking about the 'Make in India' campaign, Modi said that the program was launched by the government to encourage the growth of industries which manufacture goods within the country. Nov 18, 2014

PM Modi addresses gathering at reception hosted by Australian PM in Melbourne

Melbourne, Nov 18 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the gathering at a reception hosted by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott in Melbourne. Modi said that he is thankful to Abbott for hosting a wonderful reception for him. He added that India can benefit from Australian expertise in various fields. He also expressed confidence in the future of Indo-Australian relations adding that his memorable visit ends tonight but journey of relationship has begun Nov 18, 2014

Two police constables and mediapersons injured during clash between police and Sant Rampal's support

Chandigarh, Nov 18 (ANI): Haryana DGP SN Vashisht on Tuesday said that two police constables and mediapersons were injured in the clash between police and Sant Rampal's supporters in Hisar. The Haryana police and Sant Rampal's followers clashed outside the godman's Satlok Ashram in Hisar's Barwala town as the cops tried to arrest him. Vashisht said that the police is trying to handle the case with much sensitivity and that proper actions will be taken against the individual police officer who attacked the mediaperson. Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has sought a report on the attack on journalists. The police fired tear gas, used batons and water cannons to disperse Rampal's followers gathered outside the ashram to prevent his arrest and used bulldozers to break through the wall of the ashram, in which several of the disciples have been injured, according to reports. Nov 18, 2014