Seoul, New Delhi share concerns on North Korea's nuclear agenda, urge compliance

New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): South Korean President Park Geun-Hye said on Thursday, India shared its concerns on North Korea's ambitious nuclear weapon programme and urged its neighbour to comply with international obligations on the nuclear front. Park arrived in New Delhi on Wednesday for an official four-day visit that would conclude on January 18. South Korea's first woman President held delegation level talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and discussed bilateral, regional and global issues. Park's ongoing visit to India also seems to have pushed forward the much embattled POSCO project that has been hobbled by delays in getting clearances, acquiring land and obtaining an iron ore mining licence. Meanwhile the South Korean leader also appreciated India's move to revise the long pending Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh agreed with President Park to bolster trade ties between the two countries and said India was ready to offer greater avenues and opportunities to Korean businesses. Jan 16, 2014

Bitter cold wave, thick fog cover enveloping Delhi troubles daily commuters

New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): Bone chilling cold wave sweeping across north India with thick fog cover enveloping the region has made commuting a taxing task for office goers and passengers who have to make it on time to catch their flights or trains. Dense fog cover wrapping New Delhi again on Thursday caused trouble for the daily commuters due to poor visibility resulting in traffic bottlenecks on roads. Rail operations have again been hit with dozens of trains running behind schedule or have been cancelled. The auto drivers say that waiting for long hours for passengers on the road sides and dropping people braving harsh weather conditions is tough as state government has made no arrangements for them to keep warm during working hours. Jan 16, 2014

Will take necessary action, Delhi Police capable of people's security: BS Bassi

New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): After Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday attacked at Delhi police and demanded suspension of four SHOs who refrained from taking action after persuasion by the Delhi ministers, Police Commissioner BS Bassi said that he will take necessary actions. He said that he was busy in work, because of which he is not aware of the matter. Further, Bassi said that Delhi police is capable of providing people the security. Jan 16, 2014

Flying car spreads its wings in Slovakia

Mankind's primordial dream of flight is taking off with a new twist as a Slovak prototype of a flying car spreads its wings, designed and built by Stefan Klein and inspired by the dreamy books of Jules Verne and Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Jan 16, 2014

Congress takes on AAP, demands action in Danish woman gangrape case

New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): DPCC Chief Arvinder Singh Lovely on Thursday slammed the AAP government for its inaction in the Danish woman gangrape case after Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal reportedly said that the government would study the case and take action only next week. Lovely also said that earlier Kejriwal had slammed Sheila Dikshit when she had pointed out that the Delhi Police does not report to the state government but he is now complaining that police is refusing to act against alleged criminals. Jan 16, 2014

Delhi police highly compromised: Kejriwal demanding SHO suspension

New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday showed ire on Delhi police and said that they are highly compromised. Reacting on Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti and AAP minister Rakhi Birla’s contentions with Delhi police the previous night, Kejriwal demanded the suspensions of four SHOs who rejected to listen to the minister’s complains and left them ‘at the mercy of the criminals’. Jan 16, 2014

AAP ministers accuse Delhi Police of negligence

New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): AAP ministers Somnath Bharti and Rakhi Birla both have accused the Delhi Police for negligence. Law Minister Somnath Bharti has alleged that his attempt to carry out a surprise raid on what he alleged was a drug and prostitution ring was denied by the Delhi Police, who refused to act. Meanwhile, Rakhi Birla, AAP's youngest minister who looks after women's affairs, accused policemen of shielding people who had allegedly attempted a murder for dowry. Jan 16, 2014

Car bomb hits east Lebanon as Hariri trial opens

The trial in absentia of four Hezbollah members accused of murdering former Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri in 2005 opened at a UN-backed court on Thursday, as a deadly car bomb hit the east of the country. Jan 16, 2014

A family's flight from Syria's horrors

Abu Ali and his family fled the fighting in Syria in March 2012, and are now among the hundreds of thousands of refugees living across the border in Turkey, with fresh clashes between rebel groups increasing the number of displaced people. Jan 16, 2014