Jane Goodall warns great apes face extinction

The world's great apes face extinction within decades, renowned chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall warned Tuesday in a call to arms to ensure man's closest relatives are not wiped out. Duration: 00:58 Jul 30, 2014

French court allows day releases for jailed rogue trader

A court rules that French ex-trader Jerome Kerviel, jailed for fraud, will get improved prison conditions, including day releases with an electronic bracelet, unless prosecutors file an appeal. Duration: 00:34 Jul 30, 2014

London's famed 'Gherkin' goes on sale for 650 mln

London's "Gherkin" office tower, one of the landmarks on the British capital's skyline, went on sale for about £650 million ($1.1 billion, 820 million euros) on Tuesday after being placed into receivership. Duration: 00:36 Jul 30, 2014

Japanese firms expand their base in Asia

Tokyo, July 29 (ANI): Three students from Vietnam, who are undergoing an internship at JFE Engineering Corporation in Tokyo, collect garbage and deliver it to the biomass power station. The garbage generates electricity and is a unique experience for Vietnam students. The students also learn about the functioning of biomass power plant like analyzing the usage of water to run the machines properly. They learn many different things in a day. Jul 29, 2014

Police detain husband in Kanpur woman murder case

Kanpur, July 29 (ANI): In Kanpur murder case, police on Tuesday detained the victim's husband Piyush Shyam Dashani. A CCTV footage raised suspicion on him. Police found inconsistencies in Piyush's statement, raising their suspicion. Jul 29, 2014

Ailing and corrupt education sector in Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit Baltistan, July 29: Though corruption is rampant in almost every government department in Gilgit-Baltistan, the education sector is the worst affected. This pitiable department has been playing in the hands of some notorious government officials and political figures for more than a decade. Hundreds of thousands of teachers have been inducted illegally in this period, among those majority has either fake degrees or they are under/over-age to meet the government's criteria. Jul 29, 2014

Jharkhand organises air show to mark 110th birthday of India's civil aviation founder JRD Tata

Jamshedpur, July 29 (ANI): People in Jharkhand on Tuesday got an opportunity to have a closer look at aircrafts and helicopters at an exhibition, organised to mark the 110th birth anniversary of Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata, who founded the country's first commercial airline. The event, which was organized at Jamshedpur airport, had small aircrafts put on display. The crowd was delighted by the spectacular feat performed by the aircrafts and enjoyed every bit of the show. The crowd was delighted by the spectacular feat performed by the aircrafts and enjoyed every bit of the show. A demonstrator, Ashutosh, explained how the camera fitted aircrafts can be extremely beneficial to both the army and police. Jul 29, 2014