Smriti Irani visits convent school vandalised in Delhi

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): HRD Minister Smriti Irani visited the Holy Child Auxilium School in Vasant Vihar on Friday, which was allegedly vandalized last night. Reports say the CCTV camera was broken and some money was stolen from the principal's office. Irani had apprised Home Minister Rajnath Singh of the situation and asked him to look into the matter. Police officers were seen stationed outside the school, which has been shut today with a notice saying, "No classes will be conducted today." Feb 13, 2015

Off the wagon: Vietnam's binge-drinking problem

A scantily-clad DJ gyrates to ear-splitting music as visibly drunk punters order beer towers: welcome to the Hangover, one of a new crop of "beer clubs" raising concerns about Vietnam's drinking culture. Duration: 02:13 Feb 13, 2015

School Vandalism Controversy: Principal says no religious articles damaged

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): Holy Child Auxilium School Principal Lucy John on Friday said that six cameras were destroyed and approximately Rs 12000 was stolen from the Principal’s room. She added that it appears to be case of theft and not vandalism and that no religious articles have been touched by the trespassers. Holy Child Auxilium School in Vasant Vihar was allegedly vandalized last night. Feb 13, 2015

Congress condemns vandalisation of school, Police say not a matter of desecration

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): Congress leader Ajay Maken on Friday condemned the vandalisation of Christian school in Vasant Vihar last night. Maken said that the government should realize the importance of religious harmony among residents and thus not allow such incidents to happen. Meanwhile, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi said that it was not a matter of desecration but theft. Feb 13, 2015

Two more women accuse Bill Cosby

Linda Brown is one of two more women who have come forward with accusations against Bill Cosby. She says she met the comedian in 1969 and went to his hotel room, where he gave her a soft drink that Feb 13, 2015

Movie MSG gets released, SAD claims to protest

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): The movie ‘MSG’ has been released on Friday. Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) which had been protesting against its release claimed to again stage protests in front of theatres where it has not been released yet. SAD leaders Manjit Singh GK and Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that their party will continue protesting against the film even though this should have been done by the government. Feb 13, 2015