Burari Incident: AAP may move court if police doesn't take action

New Delhi, Feb 21 (ANI): In an update to Burari incident which took place last night; six AAP workers who had been detained were produced in the court. Lawyer Basant Singh said that police should take the due course of action against the charge of not filing an FIR in Burari police station. He added that if police does not resort to the legal procedure AAP may also move Court in the matter. According to AAP workers, police resorted to baton charge on AAP workers after supporters of a party MLA gathered outside the police station. Feb 21, 2015

Residents survey cyclone damage in Australia

The sky is clear Saturday as residents in this coastal Australian town survey damages from Cyclone Marcia. The storm tore apart homes and cut power to tens of thousands. There were no reports of Feb 21, 2015

PM's visit to Arunachal shouldn't create problem, he will visit again: Kiren Rijiju

New Delhi, Feb 21 (ANI): Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju, on Saturday said that China has always adopted a revolting attitude regarding Arunachal Pradesh. Talking about China raising questions on PM Narendra Modi's visit to Arunachal, Rijiju said that Arunachal is not a debatable territory it is India's part and PM can visit any part of the country. He added that there can be a dispute over a few metres of boundary but the entire state is not disputed. Feb 21, 2015

Amitabh Bachchan attends Tej Pratap Yadav's 'Tilak' ceremony

Saifai, Feb 21 (ANI): Bollywood veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan on Saturday attended the 'Tilak' ceremony of SP Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav's Grand-Nephew Tej Pratap Yadav in Saifai village of Uttar Pradesh. Tej Pratap is marrying Raj Lakshmi, the youngest daughter of Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav on February 26 in New Delhi. A staggering 1,00,000 invites have been sent out for the ceremony. Also flying down to Saifai today are a string of other Bollywood stars, singers, politicians, state and union cabinet ministers, chief ministers of other states and bureaucrats. Feb 21, 2015

Militant killed in encounter with Indian forces in Baramulla

Baramulla, Feb 21 (ANI): A fierce encounter is on in Kashmir's Baramullah district between security forces and militants on Saturday. The two militants, whose identity was unknown, were holed up in Rafiabad area of the district. Security forces have cordoned off the area and have launched the operation. Militants have been targeting security bases in Kashmir since 1990s, when there was a full-blown insurgency against Indian rule in a region over which India and Pakistan fought two of their three wars. Feb 21, 2015

Fire in Dubai high-rise

Hundreds of people are evacuated after one of the world's tallest residential buildings caught fire in Dubai early Saturday. In this amateur video, which Reuters can't independently verify, flames Feb 21, 2015

US Secretary of Defense in Kabul

New U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter arrived in Afghanistan on Saturday on his first trip since taking over the job this week, saying he wanted to talk to Afghan and American officials to ensure a " Feb 21, 2015

WB CM Mamata Banerjee meets Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina

Dhaka, Feb 21 (ANI): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday reached the Ganabhaban and met Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Reportedly, the two leaders discussed bilateral issues. Banerjee also attended the lunch hosted by Bangladesh government in her honour. Later in the day, Mamata will join a conference organised by the entrepreneurs of Bangladesh and the West Bengal. According to media reports, trade relations between the two neighboring countries, especially with Dhaka and West Bengal, will be discussed in the conference. Mamata will also be meeting Bangladesh Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali at the state guest house in Jamuna. Banerjee along with her delegation will be flying back from Dhaka tonight. Feb 21, 2015

India- Pakistan unite with cross-border royal wedding in Jaipur

Jaipur, Feb 21 (ANI): A royal wedding between two Hindu families settled in India and Pakistan seeks to bridge gap in the otherwise frosty relations between the two nuclear neighbours. At a grand wedding function, Kunwar Karni Singh Sodha of Amarkot (now Umerkot) district of Sindh in Pakistan tied the nuptial knot with Padmini Rathore of Kanota royal family of Jaipur district of Rajasthan. More than 100 relatives and friends of the bridegroom from Pakistan travelled across the border to attend the special alliance of former royals in India's Rajasthan. The marriage procession, accompanied by decorated elephants and horses, reached a heritage hotel where the wedding ceremony was solemnized. Feb 21, 2015