Arvind Kejriwal announces anti-corruption helpline number Part - 1

New Delhi, Jan 08 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday launched an anti-corruption helpline number where people, who are harassed for bribes, will be advised on how to conduct sting operations. People can report on if they are being asked for bribes on the help-line number 011-27357169, which will be functional from 8 am to 10 pm during the day. When a person calls on the number, their entire conversation will be recorded. An anti-graft official will then call the concerned person and advise them on how to conduct a sting operation. Jan 8, 2014

Morsi trial adjourned as supporters gather outside court

An Egyptian court on Wednesday adjourned the murder trial of deposed president Mohamed Morsi to February 1, citing "weather conditions" that prevented Morsi's transport to court from his prison. Duration: 00:43 Jan 8, 2014

UN: South Sudan faces 'humanitarian catastrophe'

The UN's humanitarian coordinator for South Sudan says the country is facing an "unfolding humanitarian catastrophe" with more than 200,000 people displaced by the recent violence. Jan 8, 2014

Gaza militant killed near Israel border

An Islamic Jihad militant was killed near Gaza City on Wednesday in what medics and family said was an Israeli drone strike, although the army denied any involvement. Duration: 00:33 Jan 8, 2014

Sumo grand champs flex muscles in Tokyo

Sumo's two grand champions, all but naked in a chilly winter drizzle, perform a pre-match ritual at a grand shrine in Tokyo as a traditional New Year offering to Shinto gods. Duration: 00:49 Jan 8, 2014

Will never file defamation case against my student, would rather go to jail: AK Ganguly

Kolkata, Jan 8 (ANI): Former Supreme Court judge AK Ganguly who stepped down as the chief of West Bengal Human Rights Commission on January 6 following allegations of sexual harassment has broken his silence on the issue. Ganguly on Wednesday held a press conference during which he claimed that he had resigned because it was difficult for his family to tolerate the campaign against him. However, wishing success for the young woman lawyer at the centre of the controversy, Ganguly said that he would never file a defamation case against his student and would rather go to jail. Jan 8, 2014

Uproar continues over study tour of UP MLAs

New Delhi/Bhopal, Jan 08 (ANI): Reports of a study tour abroad by the SP legislators despite hapless victims of the recent Muzaffarnagar communal riots reeling under the biting cold, fuelled uproar among opposition leaders. Over 20 MLAs will leave on Wednesday on a tour which covers five countries in 20 days. The MLAs will travel to Turkey, Greece, UK, UAE and Netherlands. Jan 8, 2014

Thai anti-government protesters ready to shut down Bangkok

Anti-government protesters in Thailand are getting ready for a day of action next week that they say will see the Thai capital shut down. But what are they doing and can they really bring Bangkok to its knees? Duration: 02:34 Jan 8, 2014

Violence will not solve problems: Kejriwal on vandalism at AAP office

New Delhi, Jan 08 (ANI): Condemning the attack on his party's office in Ghaziabad's Kaushambhi by the Hindu Rakshak Sena, Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that violence will not solve problems and invited the attackers to meet him and talk over the issue. A group of 30 to 40 people attacked the Aam Aadmi Party's office in Kaushambi. The protestors were protesting against party leader Prashant Bhushan's comments on Kashmir. Talking to mediapersons in New Delhi, Kejriwal categorically stated that Army deployment in Kashmir is decided by the Central government. While it is important to respect people's view, referendum is not an option. He also said that Prashant Bhushan has already clarified that referendum on Kashmir is not endorsed by the AAP. Meanwhile, he reiterated that he will not take security. Jan 8, 2014