Scuffle breaks out between police and AAP workers in Delhi

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): A scuffle broke out between supporters of Aam Aadmi Party and the police in New Delhi on Tuesday where CM, Arvind Kejriwal, is holding a protest pressing his demand for the suspension of policemen who refused to raid an alleged sex and drugs racket. Joint Commissioner of Police, Mukesh Kumar Meena, said that AAP members are violating law and attempting to break through police barricades. Jan 21, 2014

Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in grip of cold wave

Muzaffarabad, POK, January 21: Lives of Pakistan Occupied Kashmiris living in tents have been made miserable by plummeting temperatures caused by exceptionally chilly weather. Jan 21, 2014

BJP protests against Aam Aadmi Party led New Delhi government

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): The BJP on Tuesday protested against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) led New Delhi government for its ongoing dharna near Rail Bhavan. BJP leader, Vijay Goel accused the AAP as well as Congress for the controversy. BJP protesters were seen holding banners and shouting slogans against the Delhi government and its ministers. Jan 21, 2014

Thai protest leader, a saviour or criminal?

As the de facto leader of the anti-government demonstrations across the Thai capital, Suthep Thaugsuban is adored by his fellow protesters but his critics say he is a threat to democracy. Duration: 02:22 Jan 21, 2014

Thousands brave cold to protest in Kiev

Thousands of Ukrainians brave temperatures of minus 10 degrees Celsius (14 degrees Fahrenheit) to take part in a standoff with police. Duration: 00:43 Jan 21, 2014

Delhi chief minister vows to escalate protest

New Delhi's chief minister vows to escalate his sit-in protest after sleeping overnight on a pavement despite warnings that he is risking the gains of his new anti-corruption party. Duration: 00:41 Jan 21, 2014

Blast hits Hezbollah heartland in Beirut

An explosion hit Hezbollah's southern Beirut bastion on Tuesday, the Lebanese Shiite movement's television channel Al-Manar said. The blast occurred on a busy commercial street that was targeted by a deadly bombing in early January. Duration: 00:41 Jan 21, 2014

UN chief boots Iran out of Syria peace talks

The UN throws Iran out of this week's Syria peace conference after Tehran refused to back calls for a transitional government to end the country's war. Duration: 00:47 Jan 21, 2014

Syria talks set to commence in Switzerland

Long-awaited peace talks on Syria's devastating civil war are set to go ahead this week. Preparations were under way in the Swiss city of Montreux for Wednesday's start of the so-called Geneva II talks. Duration: 03:17 Jan 21, 2014

Badalta Manzar (Jan 09, 2014): An independent news report on Jammu and Kashmir

The Kashmir Valley is considered a ‘Paradise on Earth’ and it is visited every year by lakhs of domestic and foreign tourists. A mystical historical cave in Kenur village of Budgam District has been neglected by the local administration. The government is implementing many schemes to promote education in the rural areas. But, a lot more still needs to be done. Jan 21, 2014

Badalta Manzar (Dec 26, 2013): An independent news report on Jammu and Kashmir

Integrated Watershed Management Programme (IWMP) central sponsored scheme is beneficial scheme for the Remote areas and far- flung areas of Udhampur district. In present times when special focus is laid on providing the better healthcare facilities in the rural areas the community health centre in the border village Zachaldara of north Kashmiris district Kupwara is without an ambulance since past many years. From infant mortality to immunization, from pre-school education to women's health, the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) has policies on everything, which makes it a good scheme on paper. Jan 21, 2014

Badalta Manzar (Dec 19, 2013): An independent news report on Jammu and Kashmir

The technical educational college was the long pending demand of the Poonch district students. The start of polytechnic college few days back in district Poonch is a educational gift for the students of district poonch. A larger population of Schedule Tribes including the Gujjar, Bakerwal and Gaddi community are residing in Kathua district and are engaged in traditional professional of Cattle grazing like Goats, Sheep’s , Horse and Buffalos in upper reaches of hilly areas to earn their livelihoods. Although the state govt. with the assistance from the central govt. is keen on upgrading the health infrastructure in Kashmir valley particularly in the rural areas. Jan 21, 2014