Fiery exchanges erupt at Syria peace talks

The biggest push yet to end Syria's bloodshed was marked by fiery exchanges Wednesday as the warring sides and global powers clashed over President Bashar al-Assad's fate at a UN peace conference. Duration: 01:27 Jan 23, 2014

Major snowstorm slams northeastern US

The northeastern US shivered amid heavy snowfall and far below average temperatures after a storm that grounded thousands of flights and triggered traffic chaos. Duration: 00:37 Jan 23, 2014

Toy Fair 2014 opens in London

The largest dedicated toy trade event in the UK, Toy Fair 2014, opened in London on Tuesday. The event runs until Thursday January 23. Duration: 01:10 Jan 23, 2014

MSME units a boon for the rural people of Manipur

Manipur, Jan 22 (ANI): The Imphal Handloom -Work shed cum rural showroom is one among several small scale enterprises in Manipur that provides training and employment to rural artisans. The group owned by M Jibonmala Devi at present trains around 40 artisans in making handloom and handicraft products. Jan 22, 2014

Jorhat hosts tourism festival to highlight indigenous culture

Assam, Jan 22 (ANI): A three-day long "Ethnique festival" was held at Bhagchung in Jorhat. On display was a slice of their rich culture which included dances, folk music and traditional food. The main attraction of the festival was Mising traditional dances performed by youth in colorful attires. Jan 22, 2014

S. Korean customers panic after data leaks

South Korean customers flock to banks and call centres to cancel or reissue their credit cards after the country's largest-ever leak of private financial data involving three credit card companies. Duration: 00:35 Jan 22, 2014

Why JD Salinger Would Have Sued 'American Masters' [Video]

In short, Salinger hated any intrusion on his privacy. However, the PBS show "American Masters" that documents biographies and life of writers, actors and artists have now finally caught up with Salinger, the recluse. Jan 22, 2014

BJP, Congress slam Kejriwal, Somnath Bharti

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): The BJP and Congress on Wednesday slammed Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti after one of the African women assaulted in a midnight raid in south Delhi accused him of having led the group that barged into her house and attacked them. BJP Spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi demanded resignation by Somnath Bharti saying that he does not deserve to be the law minister, as he himself did not abide by the laws. She further said that it was a drama for Lok Sabha Elections. Meanwhile, Congress Leader Digvijay Singh slammed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal saying that there is no law, court or anything for Kejriwal. Jan 22, 2014

Kejriwal should become a ruler, not an agitator: V Narayanasamy

Bangalore, Jan 22 (ANI): Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and Congress leader V Narayanasamy on Wednesday criticized Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for staging a protest demanding suspension of erring police officials, stating that Kejriwal should become a ruler and not an agitator. Jan 22, 2014

Ukraine police storm Kiev protest

Ukrainian police on Wednesday stormed protesters' barricades in Kiev as violent clashes erupted and activists said that one person had been shot dead by the security forces. Duration: 00:43 Jan 22, 2014