Thailand totters towards waste crisis

Fears are mounting in Bangkok that poor planning and lax law enforcement are tipping Thailand towards a waste crisis. Duration: 01:21 Sep 1, 2014

We want to follow Japan's model of skill development: PM Modi

Tokyo, Sep 01 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, while addressing a gathering at Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said that India wants to follow the Japan's model of skill development. Modi laid stress that India contains maximum youth population and we aim on fulfilling the workforce requirement in our country itself. He also said that India wants to join in the research revolution of Japan as there is no end to research. Modi also said that in the maiden budget, India took various initiatives of introducing FDI in infrastructure, Defence and the benefits of these decisions will be seen globally. Sep 1, 2014

PM Modi speaks at business lunch at Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Tokyo, Sep 01 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday addressed a gathering during business lunch at Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Modi said that India has decided to form a team under PMO that will work to facilitate relations with Japan. He added that the world economy can improve if India and Japan work together. Sep 1, 2014

Karnataka CM unhappy with change in Governor

Bangalore, Aug 01 (ANI): Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah, said that he was unhappy with the Central government having appointed a new governor for the state without consulting him. Former speaker of Gujarat assembly, Vajubhai Vala, will take oath as the new Governor of Karnataka on Monday. Siddaramaiah added he would have welcomed any person, had he been consulted by the Narendra Modi-led government. Vala will take the oath of office and secrecy under the Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court, DH Waghela. Sep 1, 2014

Indian Air Force personnel arrested for leaking inside information to Pakistan

Pathankot, Sep 01 (ANI): Police arrested an Indian Air Force personnel in Pathankot city of Punjab for leaking inside information to Pakistan. Sunil Kumar was arrested at the Pathankot Air Force base for trying to sell India-related defense information to a Pakistani woman, Meena Raina. The cyber squad of the Pathankot air base monitored his movements via the internet with Raina and saved the conversations. After accumulating enough evidence against Kumar, Indian Air Force removed him from his post and handed him over to the police. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Pathankot, Rakesh Koushal, said Kumar had shared a lot of information within a short span of time. Sep 1, 2014

Bangladesh PM says assassins of founding father of the nation to be hanged

Dhaka, Sep 01 (ANI): Bangladesh PM said that the assassins of the founding father of the nation, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family will be hanged. Addressing a gathering organised by the Bangladesh Chatra (Students') League, the students front of the ruling Awami League party, Hasina said that the trials of the war criminals were in progress. The member students had also organised a rally to mourn the deceased Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Prime Minister Hasina said that the Bangladeshi's agitation towards the incident cannot be stopped. Hasina, on August16, also alleged that the founder of the opposition, Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), Ziaur Rahman was involved in the killing of Mujibur. Sep 1, 2014

Union Home Ministry reviews the security situation at Assam-Nagaland Border

Guwahati, Sep 01 (ANI): Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju, who was in Guwahati to attend a meeting with the Chief Ministers of 8 Northeastern states, reviewed the security situation on Assam-Nagaland Border. He held talks with Assam and Nagaland Chief Ministers on the escalating border violence. Meanwhile, a curfew has been imposed in Golaghat following the clashes between the police and protestors. The Army also held a flag march in the violence hit areas to bring the situation under control. In addition to three companies of CRPF, 1,000 paramilitary personnel have been deployed and security pickets have been set up in the affected villages. The Home Ministry had earlier also submitted a report on the border violence to the Prime Minister's office. Sep 1, 2014

Kenyans take up arms to save wildlife

As poaching decimates Africa's elephant and rhino populations – thousands were killed in the past year alone - wildlife reserves in Kenya are increasingly taking up arms to save their wildlife. Duration: 02:54 Sep 1, 2014

HK activists promise civil disobedience campaign

Hong Kong democracy activists promise an "era of civil disobedience" after China refuses to relinquish control over candidates in the city's next leadership election. Duration: 01:32 Sep 1, 2014