Politicos react as cabinet nods to regularize unauthorized colonies in Delhi

New Delhi, Dec 30 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday expressed its gladness over delivering on its promise of regularizing unauthorized colonies in New Delhi, adding that the decision will provide relief for many residents in the national capital. The Union Cabinet extended the cut-off date for the regularization of unauthorised colonies in New Delhi from March 31, 2002, to June 1, 2014 on Monday. The rival parties, however, said that the BJP is trying to take political mileage by coming up with this proposal for the poll bound Delhi. Dec 30, 2014

Pak court detains Lakhvi again, Politicos say Pak's 'anti terror agenda' not strong enough

New Delhi, Dec 30 (ANI): Political leaders on Tuesday said that Pakistan's 'anti terror agenda' is not strong enough after 26/11 accused Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi was detained for the second time in Pakistan, a day after a court cancelled government orders to keep him in prison even after he was granted bail on December 18. Indian had reacted strongly to his bail and Ministry of external affairs had on Monday summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit and expressed its strong displeasure over Lakhvi's imminent release. Dec 30, 2014

Political and religious leaders react on ongoing protests against 'PK'

New Delhi/ Hubli, Dec 30 (ANI): Political and religious leaders on Tuesday react over ongoing protests against Aamir Khan's recently released 'PK'. NCP Leader Tariq Anwar and AAP's Manish Sisodia said that protests against such movies which give a social message is condemnable and should be stopped. Muslim Cleric Maulana Mohammad Sajid Rashidi said that there was nothing to protest in the flick and said that if any religious community feels like protesting in the matter, there should be better ways to do the same. Meanwhile, Rashtriya Hindu Sena Chief Pramod Muthalik condemned the movie itself and said that such movies which hurt sentiments of any religion, should be banned. Dec 30, 2014

Wish to take govt's 'ABCD culture' to 'ROAD' which leads to success: Narendra Modi

New Delhi, Dec 30 (ANI): In a bid to doing away with bureaucratic hurdles and red tape from the system, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that there was a need to transform from the existing culture of "ABCD', that is, Avoid, Bypass, Confuse, Delay" to a culture of "ROAD, that is, Responsibility, Ownership, Accountability, Discipline" of success. He further reiterated his call for making a globally recognized 'Brand India' with a hashtag 'Zero Defect, Zero Effect'. He advocated for such produce which has no defect and also no adverse effect in the environment. PM Modi also stressed on the fact that the growth should be balanced across the country. He also maintained that there should be maximum movement of Men, Money, Machinery, Materials and Minerals across the country. Dec 30, 2014

Secret Nazi Nuclear Plant Discovered in Austria

A filmmaker discovered a network of tunnels and bunkers in Austria that is being touted as a gigantic secret Nazi weapons factory where a nuclear bomb may have been developed. Dec 30, 2014