bjp-congress-aap-in-conflict-over-sheila-dikshits-remark-on-delhi-govt-formation

BJP-Congress-AAP in conflict over Sheila Dikshit's remark on Delhi govt formation

New Delhi, Sep 11 (ANI): Congress leader Sheila Dikshit's statement that BJP should form government in Delhi if they are willing to, sparked conflict between the Congress, BJP and AAP on Thursday. Delhi BJP President Satish Upadhyay said that Dikshit's remark is mature and thoughtful and that party welcomes the same. Congress leader Haroon Yusuf said that Dikshit's remark is surprising and has saddened the party. He further maintained that Satish Upadhyay should understand that Congress' stand is that Delhi Assembly should be dissolved and fresh elections should be held in the national capital. Meanwhile, AAP leader Ashutosh claimed that BJP and Congress are together is some way or the other and that they don't want AAP to form government as that will also expose Dikshit and can end her behind the bars. Sep 11, 2014
politicos-express-concern-on-indian-youths-getting-motivated-by-isis

Politicos express concern on Indian youths getting motivated by ISIS

New Delhi, Sept 11 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Thursday expressed grave concern over reports of Indian youths getting inspired by terrorist outfits like the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). BJP leader echoing similar sentiments on the issue said one must wait for the probe by the investigating agencies. Fifteen engineering students were chased down from West Bengal, by the Telangana police after receiving missing complaints from their parents. While talking to the students, the police reportedly came up with the news of even a girl among those 15 engineering students getting attracted to the idea of joining the ISIS. Sep 11, 2014
rail-minister-gives-order-to-help-jk-flood-victims-ministry-to-send-50-lakh-water-bottles-daily

Rail Minister gives order to help J&K flood victims, ministry to send 50 lakh water bottles daily

New Delhi, Sep 11 (ANI): ADG Public Relations, Indian Railways, Anil Saxena on Thursday said that Railway Minister DV Sadananda Gowda has given orders to the ministry to help Jammu & Kashmir flood victims in all possible way. Saxena also said that Katra-Udhampur rail connectivity, which had been affected by the floods in Jammu and Kashmir, is back to normal. He said that the ministry have established transit pint and nodal at New Delhi railway station. He also said that the railways department is sending 50 lakh bottles of water daily to the flood ravaged state. Sep 11, 2014
medical-camps-organized-in-flood-ravaged-kashmir

Medical camps organized in flood ravaged Kashmir

Rajouri, Sep 11 (ANI): Medical camps were organized to assist flood-affected people as flood water began to recede, giving rescue teams a chance to evacuate thousands of villagers stranded by the heaviest rainfall in 50 years in the heavily militarized and disputed region of Kashmir. The Indian army established medical camps in flood-affected villages to treat injured and sick people and also distributed medicines. Tempers rose on Wednesday with some angry that relief efforts were only reaching them six days after the floods began. Others complained about living conditions in temporary camps. Sep 11, 2014
abdul-basit-talks-about-indo-pak-unique-relation-at-aalishan-pakistan-exhibition

Abdul Basit talks about Indo- Pak 'unique relation' at 'Aalishan Pakistan' exhibition

New Delhi, Sep 11 (ANI): Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit, while talking at the Pakistan's lifestyle exposition 'Aalishan Pakistan' said that India and Pakistan are unique neighbours and they should work towards diplomatic ties. He said that the exhibition is a magnificent event and that such events bring people of both the countries closer. Further, talking about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir due to floods on both the sides, Basit said that both leaders have exchanged letters on the matter and are efforts are being put to overcome the situation. Sep 11, 2014
pakistans-killer-mountain-fails-to-draw-tourists-after-attack

Pakistan's "killer mountain" fails to draw tourists after attack

In June 2013, 10 western mountaineers and their guide were murdered on Nanga Parbat, a mythical peak that stands at 8 126m tall in northern Pakisan. The region is now shunned by those who used to provide much needed income for locals. Duration: 02:33 Sep 11, 2014