BSF jawan opens fire at J and K CM Omar Abdullah_s residence, arrested

Srinagar, Nov 17 (ANI): A BSF trooper, posted outside Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah_s residence on Monday accidentally opened fire from his automatic rifle, police said. According to reports, the BSF trooper was immediately detained and disarmed after being identified and is being questioned for further information. Tension spread in the high-security Gupkar road area as people believed that the attack had taken place at the chief minister_s residence. Meanwhile, Abdullah posted a tweet expressing full faith in his security force despite the incident. He tweeted saying, _Not withstanding today_s incident with the BSF jawan stationed at my residence in Srinagar today I have full confidence in my security team._ Nov 17, 2014

Wealth issue was reworked after PM spoke at G20: MEA

Sydney, Nov 17 (ANI): MEA Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said on Monday that the G20 communique was reworked and unaccounted wealth issues were incorporated after Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke about it at the G20 summit. Akbaruddin said that PM's international engagements are a part of his multi-layered diplomacy. Nov 17, 2014

Murder for 'honour': the bloody tide sweeping Pakistan

So-called 'honour killings' are rife in Pakistan -- it's estimated at least one woman is killed every day in Sindh province alone, most deaths a way to consolidate local power and extort land from the weak. Duration: 03:08 Nov 17, 2014

Sydney awaits Modi_s speech at _Allphones Arena_ with full excitement and vigour

Sydney, Nov 17 (ANI): An excited Sydney awaits Prime Minister Narendra Modi_s speech at _Allphones Arena_ on Monday after he arrived in the city on the second leg of his four-city tour in Australia. Expat Indians said that Modi has brought a lot of enthusiasm in the youth and has changed how youth looks at politics. An Indian selling _custom Modi merchandise_ said that there is immense excitement among people. He said that he has already sold 700 t-shirts and the first lot of the custom dupattas are sold out and the next lot coming is expected to get sold out soon. Modi arrived in Sydney and later was welcomed by Australian artists who performed a traditional Aboriginal dance in his welcome. Nov 17, 2014

PM Narendra Modi arrives in Sydney

Sydney, Nov 17 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday arrived in Sydney on the second leg of his four city tour of the country of Australia. Clad in a mellow pink shirt and a Nehru jacket, Modi stepped out of the plane to awaiting dignitaries of both Australian and Indian origin. Modi was received at the airport by major dignitaries from Sydney and is now heading to his Hotel in the city. After putting up a grand show in Brisbane and attending the G-20 Summit with the top world leaders, Modi reached Sydney and will be there on a whirlwind six-hour visit at the city before proceeding to Canberra on Monday night and later to Melbourne. The Indian diaspora in Australia are betting to recreate the 'Madison Square Garden magic' when they will host Prime Minister Modi in Sydney on Monday in the country's largest indoor 'Allphones Arena'. Nov 17, 2014

PM Modi invites Australian businessmen to invest in India

Brisbane, Nov 17 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday met businessmen during breakfast hosted by Queensland Premier Campbell Newman in Brisbane. Modi invited business leaders to participate and invest in Indian economy. Modi said that India and Australia share a comprehensive relation in terms of strategic partnership and international trade relations. Nov 17, 2014

Good governance is the starting point to change: PM Modi

Brisbane, Nov 17 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday met businessmen during breakfast hosted by Queensland Premier Campbell Newman in Brisbane. Modi asserted that good governance is the starting point of change and added that reforms launched by his government are aimed at boosting economic growth and improve quality of life. Nov 17, 2014

PM Modi meets business leaders at breakfast hosted by Queensland Premier

Brisbane, Nov 17 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday met businessmen during breakfast hosted by Queensland Premier Campbell Newman in Brisbane. While addressing the gathering he thanked the Australian government for playing a good host for the G-20 summit. He highlighted the steps taken to achieve good governance and said the government had eliminated unnecessary laws and regulations, making processes easier and shorter, ensuring that our government is more transparent. Nov 17, 2014