India gets minister for yoga and traditional medicine

New Delhi, Nov 12 (ANI): India set up a ministry to promote alternative therapies such as yoga and traditional ayurveda medicine, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a mission to raise awareness and the appeal of home-grown health treatments. Modi has repeatedly called for greater use of India's health remedies and exercises, part of a push to promote traditional learning. During his first address at the United Nations in September, he encouraged more people to take up yoga and called for an International Yoga Day. Shripad Naik, who took charge of the ministry, said that the ministry would take forward the traditional ayurveda medicine to make India disease-free. Nov 12, 2014

Attempts to Re-Energize Proxy War

Mirpur, November 12: If the Pentagon report is not damaging enough to nail Pakistan on its continued support to terror & militant groups, we take you now to Mirpur in PoK, and show you how the ISI is making an all out effort to revive jihad in collusion & conspiracy with the terror & militant group. Nov 12, 2014

PM Modi to attend 12th ASEAN-India Summit in Myanmar today

New Delhi, Nov 12 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be attending the 12th ASEAN -India Summit in Myanmar capital Nay Pyi Taw today. The Prime Minister arrived in Myanmar on Tuesday, following which he met with the country's President, Thein Sein. During their meeting, Prime Minister Modi and President Sein discussed the strengthening of ties between New Delhi and Nay Pyi Taw in the fields of culture, commerce and connectivity. Prime Minister Modi is also scheduled to meet with leaders of the East Asia Summit (EAS) nations during his visit. Nov 12, 2014

Parapet walls around Dal Lake in Kashmir to be restored

Srinagar, Nov 12 (ANI): Authorities beefed up restoration work of the parapet walls surrounding the scenic Dal Lake that were damaged after the worst flood in decades devastated Jammu and Kashmir. An engineer working on restoration, Nayeem Ahmad, said the damaged walls need to be repaired soon as the tourists feel unsafe to walk besides the lake. The tourism industry has again picked up after the disaster as tourists from across the world have started visiting the valley. The damaged parapet walls of the Dal Lake are making it difficult for tourists to enjoy the beauty as the walls made for sitting purpose can break anytime. The Dal Lake, often referred to as 'Srinagar jewel', is visited by millions of tourists every year and brings in huge profits for the boats rowers, famed houseboats and hotels around the lake. Kashmir is considered as one of the best tourism destinations in the country with the hospitality of the valley well-known that adds to the popularity of the tourism sector. Nov 12, 2014

Fitness sector fast witnessing growth in Manipur

Manipur, Nov 12 (ANI): Be it Arambam Bobby or Khundrakpam Pradipkumar - the state has produced many international level bodybuilders. People in Manipur have the passion to look smart and fit. And, this trend is now become a fashion statement for the young. In recent years, Fitness centres in Imphal city are mushrooming with the growing health consciousness among the people. There are over a dozen of fitness centres in Imphal, each having over 500 members. Apunba fitness center, run by a former muscleman Yumnam Hemlet, is one such centre equipped with latest equipments and has qualified fitness trainers. With a client list consisting of people from different age groups, the center is doing business of up to Rs.10 lakhs per month. Bodybuilding is extremely popular among Manipuri youth and the state has produced a number of world class bodybuilders. With this new trend of fitness centres, the youth in the region are increasingly becoming motivated to lead a healthy life and stay away from any bad habits. Nov 12, 2014

Final poppy planted at Tower of London WWI memorial

The last ceramic poppy of 888,246 -- one for every British soldier who died in World War One -- was planted at the Tower of London on Tuesday as part of a unique installation commemorating 100 years since the start of The Great War. Duration: 01:39 Nov 12, 2014

President of Senegal in Burkina Faso to help transition

The President of Senegal arrived Tuesday in Ouagadougou to help end the crisis in Burkina Faso, where the army must quickly return power to civilians after the fall of the head of state Blaise Compaoré. Duration: 00:43 Nov 12, 2014

Protesters block Acapulco airport over 43 missing students

Protesters angry at the alleged massacre of 43 Mexican students clashed with police and blocked access to Acapulco's airport Monday in the latest demonstration over a case that has repulsed the nation. Duration: 00:45 Nov 12, 2014