Suspended India and Pakistan border ceremony resumes

Wagah Border, Nov 4 (ANI): India and Pakistan on Tuesday resumed daily flag-lowering ceremony on the main land border crossing, a day after it was suspended as mark of respect for those killed in a suicide bomb attack on the Pakistan side near the border. At least 57 people were killed and 110 wounded when an explosion ripped through a car park about 500 metres (yards) from Pakistan's border gate just as hundreds of people were leaving after the daily performance on Sunday. In this backdrop, Ministry of Home Affairs had said the daily flag-lowering ceremony would be suspended as a mark of respect for the dead. However, later Pakistani officials changed their stance and decided to go ahead with the ritual to send a message to the militants. Nov 4, 2014

Kim Yu-Na named Winter Olympics ambassador

Retired figure skating star Kim Yu-Na is named as an honorary ambassador for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, the Games organisers say. Duration: 00:58 Nov 4, 2014

Iranians hold anti-US protest in Tehran on day of Ashura

Thousands of people protested in front of the former US embassy in Tehran on Tuesday to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the attack when hostages were seized, on the same day as the Ashura celebration. Duration: 00:50 Nov 4, 2014

Perilous year for Philippine typhoon survivors

Filipino labourer Jobert Sagalis’s wife, Emily, gave birth in a ruined airport building after Super Typhoon Haiyan last year. Like many new parents in the razed communities, they began another struggle for survival with their baby. Duration: 01:49 Nov 4, 2014

Candidates file nomination ahead of polls in Jharkhand even as Maoist calls for boycott

Latehar, Nov 04 (ANI): Candidates filed nominations for the first time in Jharkhand even as Maoists called for a boycott of the elections scheduled for later this month. The five-phased state assembly polls in Jharkhand will begin from November 25 and end on December 20. The results would be announced on December 23. A voter Sashi Kumar said that they look forward to better amenities. A candidate of RJD, Ramchandra Singh filed his nomination. Enrolment of over 5,000 workers was also witnessed in the Maoist infested Latehar district. However, a local Yogesh Prasad said that despite being a Maoist affected area, the locals took part in the nominations with great enthusiasm playing drums and performing folk dance. The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) team was deployed in the area to manage any unwanted situation. Nov 4, 2014

Congress welcomes Cabinet's decision for fresh polls

New Delhi, Nov 04 (ANI): Congress leader Rajiv Shukla on Tuesday welcomed the Cabinet's decision to dissolve Delhi Assembly and go for fresh polls. Shukla said that Congress will put in all efforts to bring majority in the polls. On being asked about the face of BJP's CM candidate, Shukla said that if BJP is not ready with a candidate it can project it later. Nov 4, 2014

People in Kashmir brave cross border fire to join voter awareness camp ahead of assembly polls

Kathua, Nov 04 (ANI): Despite continuous ceasefire violations from across the border and devastating floods in the recent past, residents of Jammu and Kashmir thronged the Voter Awareness Camp with great enthusiasm to express their faith in Indian democracy. The people of Hiranagar town in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, participated in the camp in great numbers to be aware of the electoral process of the coming assembly elections in the state. The camp was organised at a government school in the town. The participants of the camp said it is important to strengthen democracy in Kashmir. The assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir will be held between November 21 and December 20. To ensure a larger participation in assembly election in border areas, the District Election Officer, Kathua, Shaheed Iqbal organised the camp under the Systematic Voters' Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) at Marheen village to make people aware of the need to exercise their franchise. Nov 4, 2014

Fight is between AAP and BJP: AAP on Delhi Polls

Ghaziabad, Nov 04 (ANI): AAP leader Manish Sisodia on Tuesday hailed the decision of Cabinet approving the dissolution of Delhi Assembly and going for fresh polls. Sisodia said that the fight is now between BJP and AAP because Congress does not stand anywhere. He added that it is for the people of Delhi to decide whether they will choose an honest leader like Arvind Kejriwal or a leader like BJP's Jagdish Mukhi. Nov 4, 2014