PM Modi praises Mahatma Gandhi, says development should be everyones responsibility part - 2

New York, Sep 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the gathering of Indian Diaspora at Madison Square Garden, praised the freedom fighters which laid their lives for the country and sacrificed everything to make their country a better place to live in. He praised Mahatma Gandhi for making the freedom struggle a national revolution and said that he wants to follow Gandhi and make development a responsibility of every individual. Sep 29, 2014

PM takes a dig at previous Govt, says he wants to remove all needless laws

New York, Sept 28 (ANI): Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi addressed the Indian diaspora from the Madison Square Garden amid thousands of supporters cheering for him. Taking a dig at the previous UPA government he said that he wants to remove all those needless laws which the previous government boasted of. Sep 29, 2014

PM Modi praises Mahatma Gandhi, says development should be everyone's responsibility part - 1

New York, Sep 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the gathering of Indian Diaspora at Madison Square Garden, praised the freedom fighters which laid their lives for the country and sacrificed everything to make their country a better place to live in. He praised Mahatma Gandhi for making the freedom struggle a national revolution and said that he wants to follow Gandhi and make development a responsibility of every individual. Sep 29, 2014

Modi from MSG invites people to participate in 'Make In India' campaign

New York, Sept 28 (ANI): Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi addressed the Indian diaspora from the Madison Square Garden amid thousands of supporters cheering for him. He invited everyone to participate in the 'Make In India' campaign. Modi said India is the destination for those who want human resources and low cost production. Sep 29, 2014

India proud of its democracy, Indians spread all over the world: PM Modi Part - 2

New York, Sep 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, while addressing the gathering of Indian Diaspora, said that India is proud of its democracy and the youth. Modi said that India is the country of largest democracy and power lies in the hands of 1.25 crore Indians in the nation. He also said that America is the oldest democracy where people from all over the country are settled and added that Indians are spread all over the world. Sep 29, 2014

Indian Americans appreciate Modi's speech from MSG

New York, Sept 28 (ANI): Thousands of Indian Americans and Narendra Modi supporters were cheering for him after listening to his speech from Madison Sqaure Garden. They backed the Indian Prime Minister and added whatever he spoke seemed practical and logical. Sep 29, 2014

India proud of its democracy, Indians spread all over the world: PM Modi Part - 1

New York, Sep 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, while addressing the gathering of Indian Diaspora, said that India is proud of its democracy and the youth. Modi said that India is the country of largest democracy and power lies in the hands of 1.25 crore Indians in the nation. He also said that America is the oldest democracy where people from all over the country are settled and added that Indians are spread all over the world. Sep 29, 2014

PM Modi lauds India's Mars Mission, invites all to join 'skill development'

New York, Sep 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the gathering of Indian Diaspora in Madison Square Garden, lauded India's 'Mars Mission'. Modi said that Indian youth are full of talent and one such example of it is the success of 'Mars Mission' in which our spaceship successfully landed in Mars in a cost cheaper than the auto fare in Ahmedabad. Modi also said that he is committed to his mission of skill development and also invited people from all over the world to join in the mission and give their suggestions. Sep 29, 2014

PM Narendra Modi starts addressing Indian diaspora at Madison Square Garden

New York, Sept 28 (ANI): Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi began addressing Indian diaspora at Madison Square Garden amid thousands of supporters cheering for him. Prior to his speech national anthems of India and USA were played. He wished everyone a happy 'Navaratri'. Modi stated that the Indian diaspora has a huge contribution in building India's image. Sep 28, 2014

Artists perform at Madison Square Garden prior to PM Modi's speech

New York, Sep 28 (ANI): Artists at Madison Square Garden began with colourful dance and song performances prior to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's addressing speech at the stadium. Modi arrived at Madison Square Garden to address more than 20,000 people as audience. Sep 28, 2014

Modi thanks Indian diaspora for active participation in 2014 general election

New York, Sept 28 (ANI): Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi began addressing Indian diaspora at Madison Square Garden amid thousands of supporters cheering for him. He thanked the NRIs for active participation in 2014 general election. He further added that his government will not disappoint them. Sep 28, 2014

Tear gas fired at chaotic Hong Kong democracy protests

Police fires tear gas as tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators bring parts of central Hong Kong to a standstill, in a dramatic escalation of protests that have gripped the semi-autonomous Chinese city for days. Duration: 00:35 Sep 28, 2014

Four militants killed in gun battle in Assam

Kokrajhar, Sep 28 (ANI): Four militants of a banned outfit were killed in an encounter by a joint team of police and army personnel on Sunday in Kokrajhar district of Assam. The militants killed were from National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDBF). Acting on tip-off information, militants were located in the jurisdiction of Kachugaon police station. Huge amounts of arms and ammunition including an AK-47 and round fire magazines were recovered from the militants. Other material recovered from the militants included mobile phones, demand notes and sensitive documents. However, the dead militants have not been identified yet. Sep 28, 2014

At least 5 killed in bus accident in Jharkhand

Palamu, Sep 28 (ANI): At least 5 people, including one woman and a child, were killed and several others injured when a bus caught fire after a high voltage electricity wire fell on it in Jharkhand on Sunday. The accident occurred in Palamu district, around 160 kilometre of state capital Ranchi, when a hanging high voltage electricity wire caressed the speeding bus, leading to fire in the bus. Deputy Superintendent of Police, Ajay Kumar, thanked villagers for saving many lives. Around 50 people managed to escape the burning bus. The injured were admitted to the nearby hospital. Sep 28, 2014

Reactions pour in after Maharashtra goes under President's rule

Mumbai/ New Delhi, Sep 28 (ANI): The BJP on Sunday hailed imposition of president's rule in poll-bound Maharashtra after former Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan resigned. Chavan quit after the regional Nationalist Congress Party pulled out of the government over failure of seat-sharing talks with the Congress party. President Pranab Mukherjee signed the proclamation a day after the union cabinet recommended it. Congress said that the decision was arbitrary. The NCP said it was the President's prerogative. The upcoming assembly elections in Maharashtra will be held on October 15. Sep 28, 2014