France knife attack sparks security questions

Members of Nice's Jewish community say they are not afraid, after a knife-wielding man attacked three soldiers outside a Jewish centre in the city, as questions resurfaced over security measures a month after the Paris attacks. Feb 4, 2015

Women's wing of AAP organises bike rally as a show of strength in Krishna Nagar

New Delhi, Feb 04 (ANI): In a show of strength, the women's wing of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) organised a bike rally in New Delhi on Wednesday, ahead of assembly elections in the city. This bike rally was organised in Krishna Nagar, the constituency from where the chief ministerial candidate of ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Kiran Bedi, is contesting elections. Delhi goes to polls on February 7 for the second time in 14 months after AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal pulled plugs on his government supported by Congress party barely 49 days into office last February. AAP supporters from across the country converged in the capital to take part in the rally. Bollywood actress and member of AAP from Chandigarh city, Gul Panag, led the rally riding her trademark Bullet bike, wearing a red jacket. Panag was accompanied by scores of women riding two-wheelers. AAP leader Shefali Mishra said that only Kejriwal could make empowerment of women in Delhi a reality. Feb 4, 2015

KMSS protests against BJP terming North-East people as 'immigrants'

Guwahati, Feb 04 (ANI): The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS), a peasant organization based in Assam, on Wednesday staged a protest against the Bharatiya Janata Party, expressing its disapproval towards the 'vision document' printed by the party for the upcoming Delhi assembly elections, which referred to people hailing from the North-East as ' immigrants'. Akhil Gogoi, General Secretary of the KMSS led the protest with hundreds of supporters following him, carrying banners which read 'Modi ji, change your mindset' and 'We oppose BJP's vision NE people as foreigners'. Earlier in the day, BJP on Wednesday expressed regret for the alleged typing error in the 'vision document' for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, which resulted in the referring of the people hailing from the North-East as ' immigrants '. Feb 4, 2015

Rival parties trying to provoke people of northeast to gain political mileage: Modi

New Delhi, Feb 4 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday addressed a rally at Ambedkar Nagar. The Prime Minister said that the rival parties are trying to politicize a small error which the BJP has already admitted. He added that the rival parties are trying to gain political mileage by provoking the people of North East. Feb 4, 2015

Want to deliver justice to 1984 riots victims, not doing it because of polls: PM Modi

New Delhi, Feb 4 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday addressed a rally at Ambedkar Nagar. The Prime Minister said that his party wants to deliver justice to the victims of 1984 riots. The Congress, BJP and Aam Aadmi Party go head-to-head in the Delhi assembly polls scheduled to be held on February 7. The counting of votes will take place on February 10 while the last day of campaigning is February 5. Feb 4, 2015

Jayant Sinha calls for innovative ideas to tackle environmental problems

New Delhi, Feb 04 (ANI): Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha on Wednesday called for sustainable development, stressing on the need to adopt innovative ideas to solve environmental problems. Addressing the 15th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit in New Delhi, Sinha said that water scarcity, pollution and climate change were major challenges to sustainable development. Sinha invited country's entrepreneurs and innovators to bring about a change in several important areas like power, transportation, etc. He also stressed on the need to put solar panels, electric cars to better use in order to prevent pollution. India, the world's third largest carbon emitter, is reluctant to follow the United States and China in committing to a peak year for emissions on the grounds it needs economic growth to alleviate poverty. Feb 4, 2015

I asked Jayanthi Natarajan to save environment and tribals, not scared to protect them: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi, Feb 4 (ANI): Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, broke his silence on Wednesday (February 04) days after a senior Congress leader Jayanthi Natarajan questioned his leadership in a letter to a newspaper before resigning. In a letter to party president, Sonia Gandhi, former Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan had alleged that she received "specific requests" from Rahul Gandhi's office on environmental clearances. Rahul Gandhi said he had asked her to protect the rights of tribals. Feb 4, 2015