Do not depend on 'Google Guru', it gives information not knowledge: PM Modi

New Delhi, Sep 05 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed a gathering of students and teachers in an auditorium in New Delhi. Modi said that it is necessary for all students to be aware of technology but they should not depend on it entirely. He added that google can give information but it cannot give knowledge so we should read biographies to know facts about history and have a practical experience of life. Sep 5, 2014

CBI Chief files perjury case against CPIL

New Delhi, Sept 05 (ANI): CBI director Ranjit Sinha, on Friday filed a case of perjury against a non-governmental organisation, Centre for Public Interest Litigation (CPIL), for making false allegations against him. Petitioner Kamini Jaiswal, appearing for CPIL, filed two affidavits against Sinha over interference in the Aircel-Marxis deal, a branch spurting out of the investigation in the 2G spectrum allocation scam and coal block allocations. The SC will take up the matter on Monday. Sep 5, 2014

Lawyers hail SC's order to release undertrials languishing in jail for years

Chennai/New Delhi, Sep 05 (ANI): Lawyers hailed the apex court orders to release undertrials who have served more than half of the maximum punishment they were charged with in jail. The Supreme Court on Friday ordered to free all such undertrials. The court directed all judicial officers to start visiting prisons from October 01 and file a report, within two months, on prisoners released by them. Meanwhile, former judge of Delhi High Court, Justice RS Sodhi, said the decision came after the intervention of executives in the matter. As per law, prisoners awaiting trial must be released once they have served half the maximum sentence they would receive if found guilty, but that law is rarely implemented. Sep 5, 2014

Students follow teachers as idols, this trend should continue: PM Modi

New Delhi, Sep 05 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed students and teachers on the occasion of Teachers' Day. Modi said that there are some students who follow their teachers as idols and try to copy their hairstyle and dressing sense. He added that this trend should continue as it will help in developing the future generations. He also said that there are many schools where toilet facilities are not proper for girl students and asked for assistance from such schools in maintaining proper sanitation facilities for all students and teachers. Sep 5, 2014

Tatra bribery case: Delhi HC grants bail to Tejinder Singh

New Delhi, Sept 05 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Friday granted bail to Lt Gen (retd) Tejinder Singh who was taken into custody after a court rejected his bail plea over allegations that he offered a bribe to then army chief General VK Singh for clearing "sub-standard" Tatra trucks. The Court asked Singh to furnish a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh and two sureties of like amount. Sep 5, 2014

Violence continues in Donetsk as ceasefore looms

Residents of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine are sceptical that the looming ceasefire between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists will put an end to deadly fighting, as shelling continued through the night as talks opened in Minsk. Duration: 00:53 Sep 5, 2014

Eastern Ukrainian town emerges from three-week siege

Residents of the small town of Ilovaysk near Donetsk emerge after a three-week seige, which saw some of the fiercest fighting in the conflict between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian rebels. Duration: 02:32 Sep 5, 2014

Things to do in Australia

Are you thinking of travelling across continent to have the best time of your life, filled with fun, adventure and history? then we have the perfect destination for you in this episode of travel bug and that's Australia. Facebook : Youtube : A Ventuno Production : Sep 5, 2014

Honduras soldiers graduate from military training

At least 1,500 soldiers of the Honduran army graduate from the military training centre, Olancho, 200 kilometres from the capital Tegucigalpa, where the influence of drug trafficking is strong. Duration: 00:34 Sep 5, 2014

Cameron opens NATO summit

British PM David Cameron says NATO must 'reinvigorate and refocus ' to tackle new threats around the world. Duration: 00:47 Sep 5, 2014

Police destroy three Maoist camps, recover cache of arms in Odisha

Odisha, Sep 05 (ANI): Following an exchange of fire, police destroyed three camps and recovered a cache of arms and other items during clashes with Maoists in the red corridor of Odisha. The Koraput and Malkangiri police initiated a joint operation and raided the forest area near Majhiguda village where the camps were operated by a Maoist organisation. Inspector General of Police, Yashwant Jethwa, said on Friday that the raid was a success. No loss of life has been reported although it is believed that some Maoists might have sustained injuries during the encounter. Jethwa also added that the camps were used as a connecting link with Maoists of other states. The Maoists managed to escape after the gun battle. Maoists, also known as Naxals, have killed police and politicians, and targeted government buildings and railway tracks in an insurgency that has killed thousands since 1960s. Sep 5, 2014