UK-based Tamils protest against PM's Sri Lanka summit

Britain-based Tamils demonstrated opposite Downing Street in central London Friday, against British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to Sri Lanka for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Duration: 01:31 Nov 16, 2013

Aid pushes through to Philippine typhoon survivors

Substantial food and medical aid is finally reaching desperate survivors of a super typhoon that killed thousands in the Philippines, but humanitarian groups warn of huge challenges in accessing devastated, remote communities. Duration: 01:07 Nov 16, 2013

China announces easing of one-child law

Beijing's relaxation of its hugely controversial one-child policy is an attention-grabbing first step, but it will have to usher in greater changes if China is to tackle its looming demographic timebomb, experts say. Duration: 00:45 Nov 16, 2013

Fresh clashes in Libya's Tripoli

Fresh clashes erupted in a Tripoli suburb on Saturday, witnesses and the Libyan government said. Duration: 00:46 Nov 16, 2013

Maboneng: a hotspot for hipsters in downtown Johannesburg

Thirty year-old entrepreneur Jonathan Liebmann has transformed a no-go area of Johannesburg into the city's most fashionable neighbourhood. The Maboneng Precinct boasts cafes and loft apartments where dilapidated warehouses stood. Duration: 02:19 Nov 16, 2013

Serbia, Czechs tied 1-1 in Davis Cup final

Serbia and defending champions the Czech Republic were tied 1-1 after the first day of the Davis Cup final on Friday as Novak Djokovic and Tomas Berdych swept through in straight sets. Duration: 01:32 Nov 16, 2013

Deschamps admits France undone by physical Ukraine

France coach Didier Deschamps admits that his team couldn't cope with the physical approach of their opponents after Les Bleus lost 2-0 to Ukraine in their World Cup play-off first leg. Duration: 01:17 Nov 16, 2013

Narendra Modis rise in BJP meant Sushmas fall: Shakeel Ahmed

New Delhi, Nov 15 (ANI): Congress leader, Shakeel Ahmed on Friday ridiculed that BJP’s PM Candidate Narendra Modi’s rise in the party came out at the cost of the fall of other senior leaders of the party, namely Sushma Swaraj. Nov 15, 2013

Kaziranga National Park gives a warm welcome to tourists

Assam, Nov 15 (ANI): The Kaziranga National Park in Assam, which has been declared an UNESCO world heritage site, is a prominent centre of eco-tourism in the Northeast. The park, home to some rare species like one-horn rhinos and wild elephants, attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world every year. Nov 15, 2013

Canadian lawmakers pin hope on fair elections in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Nov 15 (ANI): Canadian lawmakers are hopeful of free and fair elections in Bangladesh, as tensions mounted due to clash of ideologies between the feuding parties, the Awami League and the BNP that are locked in decades of mutual distrust. Expressing concern over political uncertainty in Bangladesh, a Canadian lawmaker, Russel "Russ" Hiebert said that every nation should seek to strive for peaceful elections. Focussing on political stability, Hiebert also said that there could be a significant economic growth if the situation of the political front stabilises. Nov 15, 2013

It happens: Muharram

Gorakhpur, Nov 15 (ANI): On the occasion of Muharram, devotees of all faiths throng to see a special 309- year old 'Tazia' made from gold and silver which is owned by the erstwhile Imambara estate, in the northern Gorakhpur city of India's northern Uttar Pradesh state. The Imambara is considered to be the symbol of brotherhood where people of all faiths throng to pray for the fulfillment of their wishes and desires. Devout Muslims also prepared a Tazia with gold and silver decorations ahead of the Muharram procession (in the first month of the Islamic calendar) to pay homage to Imam Hussein on the anniversary of his martyrdom at Karbala. Nov 15, 2013

It happens: Sand Art of Sachin Tendulkar

Odisha, Nov 15 (ANI): Internationally acclaimed sand artist, Sudarshan Pattnaik salutes Indian batting maestro, Sachin Tendulkar by creating his sculpture with 200 colourful cricket bats, a tribute to the 'master blaster' as he plays his last 200th test match. The 'Little Master' will bring the curtain down on a glittering 24-year career at the age of 40 when he plays his 200th test match, against West Indies, at his home ground starting on Thursday. Statistically the greatest batsman of all time, Tendulkar's greatness goes far beyond those numbers. The cricket bats made of sand in different colours and the sculpture lured domestic and international tourists who gathered at the beach in Puri, a coastal district of India's eastern Odisha state. For the last time, the superstitious Tendulkar will put on his left pad first, and walk out to bat in India's colours, having long secured his place among the game's greats.Pattnaik, who pinned high hopes on Tendulkar, praised him for his excellence in cricket. Nov 15, 2013

It happens: Trade Fair

Rampur, Nov 15 (ANI): Visitors thronged the much-awaited 'Lavi Fair' (trade fair) in Rampur city of India's northern Himachal Pradesh state on Monday. This is one of the oldest trade fairs, promoting farm produce, handicrafts and handlooms. The annual trade fair was inaugurated by Chief Minister of India's Himachal Pradesh, Virbhadra Singh in Rampur with much fanfare. This four-day trade fair, which is organised in November every year, is said to be 500 years old and the provincial government also refers it to as an International Trade Fair. The four-day event is said to be a source of revenue generation for farmers and locals. Nov 15, 2013