At least seven killed after bus catches fire in Karnataka

Karnataka, Nov 14: At least seven people were killed and several others injured after a luxury bus caught fire in Karnataka on Thursday. Reportedly, the incident took place when the bus, carrying more than 40 passengers was travelling from Bangalore to Mumbai, collided with a road divider and caught fire in Haveri district. The driver and majority of the passengers managed to escape. The brother of owner of the travel agency, Shakeel Ahmad expressed grief over the accident. Nov 14, 2013

Nation pays tribute to Pandit Nehru on his 124th birth anniversary

New Delhi, Nov 14 (ANI): The nation on Thursday paid tribute to the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, on his 124th birth anniversary. Vice President Hamid Ansari, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and other dignitaries paid floral tributes at his memorial - Shanti Van in the national capital. A series of functions are being organized across the country to mark the occasion. The day is also observed as the 'Children's Day' as Pandit Nehru had great affection for children. They fondly called him 'Chacha' Nehru. Nov 14, 2013

Activists urge political parties to include child rights in election manifestos

New Delhi, Nov 14 (ANI): Child rights activists have demanded major political parties to include and prioritise child issues like child labour, abuse and malnutrition in their election campaign agendas, as India gears up for the general elections next year. CRY (Child Rights and You), a non-governmental forum that aims to restore children's rights, launched a "Vote for Child Rights" election advocacy campaign in New Delhi recently to push all the political parties and people in power to 'put children first' in their political manifesto. Nov 14, 2013

Indian, Chinese armies wrap up joint military drill

Chengdu, Nov 14 (ANI): Indian and Chinese soldiers wrapped up the anti-militancy exercise "Hand-in-Hand", which was held between two of the largest and well-equipped armed forces in the world. The training was organized in order to enhance bilateral ties during the session taking place in the south-western region of Chengdu in China. Lieutenant General, Anil Kumar Ahuja believes interaction between the two countries will definitely promote better understanding and better appreciation. A mixed group of at least 160 personnel each from the Indian and the Chinese sides participated in the drill. Lieutenant General Zhou Xiaozhou, Chief of Staff praised Indian soldier's military skills. Nov 14, 2013

Employees fight closure of regional Spanish TV station

After twenty-six years on air, local public TV and radio in Spain's Valencia region are on the point of closing down, having suffered from years of poor financial management and running up huge debts. Duration: 02:27 Nov 14, 2013

Baltimore's arabbers keep horse-cart vending alive

Baltimore's arabbers, traditional fruit and vegetable sellers who hawk their produce on colorful horse-drawn carts, are the last horse-cart vendors in the United States. Duration: 02:07 Nov 14, 2013

Restored archangel returns to Paris' Saint Chapelle

In an extremely delicate operation, the statue of the Saint Michel archangel is placed on top of the Sainte Chapelle on Ile de la Cité in central Paris on Thursday after extensive renovation. Duration: 0:47 Nov 14, 2013

Mass kimchi-making by 3,000 women in central Seoul

It's kimchi-making season in South Korea, 3,000 women wearing surgical hats and masks with rubber gloves and aprons, gathered outside Seoul city hall for a mass kimchi-making exercise. Duration: 0:51 Nov 14, 2013

Philippines buries some dead as survivors beg for help

Scores of decaying bodies are laid in mass graves as overwhelmed Philippines authorities grapple with the disposal of the dead, while the living beg for help after the typhoon disaster. Duration: 01:14 Nov 14, 2013