Japan to introduce sign and display technology solutions in India

Tokyo, Oct 14 (ANI): Outdoor signage billboards and POP advertising is the latest marketing trend. And, there is high demand for outdoor advertising, particularly in ASEAN and India. To beat the demand, FUJIFILM provides total solutions for wide-format print system. For the last 8 decades, the company has been working on the development of graphics technology and production of printing equipments and materials, by taking advantage to the unique core technologies of image processing and color managements. FUJIFILM promotes UV inks, which remains protected in outdoor climate. UV inks do not evaporate, so the system can be installed in one room. The harmful VOC - solvent based ink systems are used to the conventional wide-format printing machine, which required the separate forced exhaust facility. Oct 14, 2014

BJP attacks Congress' policy on removing Shashi Tharoor from Spokesperson post

New Delhi, Oct 14 (ANI): BJP leaders attacked the Congress party on Tuesday after it removed Shashi Tharoor from the post of party's Spokesperson. Sambit Patra said that this shows everything is not well within Congress but the party should learn that Narendra Modi is the Prime Minister of the country and anybody can praise his good work. BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that Congress has come out with a new policy of removing people from eminent posts and in this way the party will soon be lacking leaders as everyone will praise PM Modi. Shahnawaz Hussain said that abiding by this policy Congress leadership will even remove Rahul Gandhi from the post of Vice President if he praises the good work done by Narendra Modi government Oct 14, 2014

Canada foreign minister meets Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi

New Delhi, Oct 14 (ANI): Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday and met his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj for a discussion on Canada-India relations to strengthen bilateral economic ties between the two countries. Baird also commemorated the International Day of the Girl Child at a school in the national capital. India and Canada were expected to discuss on the bilateral issues at the meeting, including matters related to security, defence, counter-terrorism, space and nuclear cooperation. Baird, who is on a five-day visit to India, is accompanied by Canadian International Trade Minister Ed Fast and National Revenue Minister Kerry-Lynne Findlay among others. Reportedly, the two sides wish to see bilateral trade reach higher peaks by 2015. Oct 14, 2014

Cloudy condition and light rain to remain in Delhi for next 24 hours: MeT Department

New Delhi, Oct 14 (ANI): Director of Meteorological Department M Duraisamy on Tuesday said that cloudy conditions and light rain will remain in Delhi for the next 24 hours and will fade the next day. He said that there was heavy rainfall in East UP and slight rainfall is expected in West UP in the wake of Cyclone Hudhud in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. He said that the rain will subside tomorrow and that night temperature will slowly decrease. Oct 14, 2014

Politicos react as sale of Mamata Banerjee's painting for Rs 1.8 crore comes under CBI lens

New Delhi, Oct 14 (ANI): Political leaders on Tuesday react as CBI secured details from the income tax department on purchase of one of Mamata Banerjee's paintings by Sudipta Sen, for Rs 1.8 crore. The CBI's probe into the Saradha scam is now closing in on Banerjee. BJP leaders Sambit Patra and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi condemned Banerjee and said that investigating agencies are looking into the matter. Meanwhile, Congress leader Rashid Alvi said that CBI is looking into the matter and immediate comment should not be made. Oct 14, 2014

Security Expert says UN response to Pak was expected

New Delhi, Oct 14 (ANI): Security expert Alok Bansal on Tuesday said that the response of United Nations to Pakistan's letter on Kashmir issue was expected as it had earlier clearly refused to intervene in the matter after Shimla Agreement. Bansal also said that Pakistan is not in a position to respond back because of its weak political condition. Oct 14, 2014

CRPF conducts community policing in red corridor of Jharkhand to create awareness

Latehar, Oct 14 (ANI): India's paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) carried out community policing in the red corridors of Jharkhand in order to create awareness among ignorant villagers about the need to fight the Maoists. As part of campaign against them, CRPF have been setting up camps for the past 80 days in different areas of the red corridor to minimise the influence of Maoists. Assistant Commandant of CRPF, AK Mishra said that community policing was conducted in the backward areas in order to make contact with the people living there. The CRPF officials conducted a civic action in Opag village of Latehar district by distributing bags, notebooks and other items to school children and utensils to the villagers. Oct 14, 2014