The Five Lifestyle Rules that Guarantee Longevity Revealed

New Delhi, Nov 2 (ANI) : A new research has observed that there are simple five lifestyle rules that add years to one's life. The five rules include regular exercise, sensible eating, maintaining a healthy weight, minimal alcohol consumption and no smoking which guarantees longevity.Long life may seem obvious and should definitely be encouraged but in an age of technology and breathtaking medical advances we have lost sight of the much more obvious and simpler fact that a healthy, active lifestyle is more powerful than any drug in preventing ill health and increasing life expectancy. Nov 2, 2014

SIT chief Justice M B Shah on PM Modi's statement on black money

New Delhi, Nov 2 (ANI): Reacting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's radio address, where he spoke about bringing back black money stashed abroad, SIT chief on black money Justice M B Shah said that it's good for country to bring back the money but as of now nobody knows how much can be brought back. He also added that the names of those holding illegal accounts abroad cannot be made public as there are policies that cannot be breached. Nov 2, 2014

Politicos react on Modi's Radio address

New Delhi, Nov 2 (ANI): The BJP on Sunday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi who once again claimed that his government would leave no stone unturned in bringing back the black money stashed abroad, in his address on AIR. However, opposition leaders claimed that Modi avoids tough questions from media and his government is taking steps in the black money case only under the pressure of the Supreme Court. Nov 2, 2014

BJP condemns Digvijaya Singhs tweet defending Vadra

New Delhi, Nov 02 (ANI): BJP leader Sambit Patra on Sunday condemned Congress leader Digvijaya Singh’s tweet following Robert Vadra’s media attack controversy in which Singh had defended Vadra’s behaviour. BJP leader Sambit Patra said that Congress will surely defend Vadra and it will be a small incident for them as he belongs to the Gandhi family. Digvijaya Singh had tweeted that Vadra’s behaviour is a minor incident and the issue should not be raised by media. Nov 2, 2014

India's fading Chinese community faces painful war past

Decades after India's Chinese community was rounded up and thrown into detention camps at the start of the 1962 India China war, many in the 1,500-strong community are quietly preserving their heritage in Kolkata. Duration: 02:19 Nov 2, 2014

Fire in textile factory in Gorakhpur

Gorakhpur, Nov 2 (ANI): A massive fire broke out in a textile factory in Gorakhpur district of Uttar Pradesh early in the morning on Sunday (November 02). The people living in the vicinity informed the fire department after they saw billows of smoke coming out of the building. No casualty has been reported yet. Two fire tenders reached spot and tried to control the raging inferno in the three-storey building. However, air force personnel had to be called to douse the fire. The cause of fire is yet to be ascertained. Losses are being estimated to be worth in millions. Meanwhile, local residents blamed the state administration for ill-equipped fire department. Fire safety regulations are lax, rarely implemented and not periodically reviewed in most places across India, which results in the breaking of major fires, resulting in loss of life and material. Nov 2, 2014

Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi addresses nation via AIR

New Delhi, Nov 2 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation on All India Radio. The programme, which is Modi's second address on radio, named Mann Ki Baat was aired from 11 am. Modi touched upon a range of issues including the cleanliness drive and the black money. PM Modi in his address said, "as far as black money is concerned, trust me that we will work to bring every single rupee back." "I will leave no stone unturned to bring back black money," he added. Talking about the 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' he said that more and more people are becoming conscious about the importance of cleanliness. He also informed that his government is trying to make Kendriya Vidyalayas and some government institutions disable friendly. A fund is being allocated for that. He invited suggestions from people on various burning issues like increasing drug menace in the country. Nov 2, 2014

Media persons say Vadra should apologise for misbehaving with reporter

New Delhi/ Noida, Nov 02 (ANI): Media Persons on Sunday demanded an apology from Businessman Robert Vadra for attacking at media and misbehaving with the reporter. Editor of an Urdu weekly Nai Duniya, Shahid Siddiqui said that Vadra should apologise before the country for his careless attitude. Former TV Journalist Ashutosh said that press has the freedom to ask any question and no clarification will justify his misbehaviour. Former TV Journalist Shazia Ilmi said that Vadra's actions show arrogance and added that he should humbly apologise for his misbehaviour. Nov 2, 2014

Love offers fresh dreams for Philippine typhoon survivors

Jovelyn Luana and Joel Aradana plan to light candles at a mass grave to mark one year since Super Typhoon Haiyan stole both their families, but they will do it hand-in-hand, sharing a new love that promises fresh dreams. Duration: 02:42 Nov 2, 2014

Politicos condemn Robert Vadra's misbehaviour with media

New Delhi/ Mumbai/ Lucknow, Nov 02 (ANI): Political leaders on Sunday condemned businessman Robert Vadra's misbehaviour with media where he attacked a reporter after being asked about his land deals in Haryana. BJP leader Kirit Somaiya said that Vadra had received benefits during Congress government in Haryana and now as he is at the verge of being exposed he is misbehaving. BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said that the government should immediately act and remove the special security given to Vadra. CPI leader D Raja said that such behaviour by an eminent personality is highly condemnable. NCP leader Nawab Malik said that Vadra should immediately tender an apology from the media agency and solve the matter. NCP leader Majid Memon said that misbehaving with media is not acceptable. Nov 2, 2014

Indian, UK Air Force bands perform jointly to commemorate World War I soldiers

New Delhi, Nov 02 (ANI): The Royal Air Force Band of England and Indian Air Force jointly performed Air Warrior Orchestra Symphony (AWSO), organized at the war memorial India Gate in New Delhi, to commemorate Indian soldiers who fought World War-I . The joint musical concert started with sun set in the evening till the India Gate was all lit up with a soulful rendition of final pieces of music put together by the two bands. Air Marshal HB Rajaram, Air Officer-in-Charge Administration at Air Headquarters was the guest of honour for the occasion. The symphony composers for the two bands were Squadron Leader G Jayachandran and Flight Lieutenant Richard A Murray. Nov 2, 2014