Politicos view Obama's statement as compliment to nation's democracy

New Delhi, May 14 (ANI): Political leaders greeted US President Barack Obama's reiteration that the White House looks forward to working with India's new government as a compliment to Indian democracy. Obama commended India on the success of holding the largest democratic election on Monday (May 12), and added that the US looks forward to working with the new government. Media relations RSS, Ram Madhav viewed the statement of the American President as a compliment to Indian democracy. Congress leader Satyavrat Chaturvedi commented on the respect that India commands globally, citing the peaceful manner in which the election was conducted in the world's biggest democracy. However, BJP leader Balbir Punj said that the statement is no concession, rather an admission of error of judgement towards Narendra Modi. May 14, 2014

France says Syria used Chlorine in 14 Recent Attacks

Syria may have used chemical weapons involving chlorine in 14 attacks in recent months, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Tuesday, expressing concerns that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is hiding toxic weapons. May 14, 2014

US Sends Manned Spy Aircraft to Find Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls

In its aid to the Nigerian government to find the schoolgirls abducted by terrorist outfit Boko Haram, the United States (US) has sent a manned surveillance aircraft and is also sharing the related imageries with the Nigerian authorities, the American government has stated on 12 May. May 13, 2014