Gorakhpur Train Accident: 6 reported dead, rescue operations underway

Gorakhpur, Oct 01 (ANI): Rescue operations are underway in Gorakhpur train accident in which 6 people have reportedly died and nearly 40 injured. The accident took place when two passenger trains collided near Gorakhpur district in Uttar Pradesh. Movement of trains on Gorakhpur-Varanasi track was disrupted following the incident. Oct 1, 2014

Gaza sends lions to Jordan after war damages zoo

Three traumatised lions left the Gaza Strip on their way to a safer home in Jordan after their zoo was largely destroyed during this summer's conflict in the Palestinian enclave. Duration: 01:05 Oct 1, 2014

PM Modi meets supporters before leaving for India

Washington DC, Oct 01 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for India from Washington DC after concluding his five day US visit. Before leaving, Modi met his supporters present on the Andrews Air Force Base. Modi will be stopping at Frankfurt before landing in India. Prime Minister Modi met US President Barack Obama for the first time and held bilateral talks on improving relations between India and America. Oct 1, 2014

South Africa court postpones Malema corruption trial

A South African court has suspended the corruption trial of politician Julius Malema, pushing the high-profile case against the self-appointed graft buster back by nearly a year. Duration: 01:06 Oct 1, 2014

Mexico probes disappearance of 57 students

Mexican prosecutors are investigating whether local police officers were involved in the disappearance of 57 students who vanished after deadly incidents in the southern state of Guerrero, Mexico. Duration: 01:16 Oct 1, 2014

French Apple fans discover the Apple watch

Apple fans in France discover the latest toy, the Apple Watch. The watch comes in two sizes and an array of interchangeable, fashionable wrist straps. Duration: 00:42 Oct 1, 2014

MEA briefs about bilateral talks between Modi and Obama

Washington DC, Oct 01 (ANI): Ministry of External Affairs briefed about the bilateral talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama. MEA Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said that Modi and Obama discussed ways to expand affordable renewable energy, while sustainably securing the future of our common environment. Obama and Modi aim to deepen ties and thus partner in a number of projects benefiting the world's oldest and largest democracy. Akbaruddin said Obama and Modi discussed an array of issues during an Oval Office meeting including the plans on expansion of affordable renewable energy. However, answering a question on countering terrorism and the big terror groups, the joint secretary of foreign ministry, Vikram Doraiswami, said India is not joining the coalition. Meanwhile, Doraiswami said that US firm would work closely with India to develop smart cities. Oct 1, 2014