India fed up with Congress, says Narendra Modi

New Delhi, March 15 (ANI): BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi while addressing lawyers in New Delhi said that India is fed up with the ruling Congress party. Modi said that the country is not ready to tolerate the Congress. Praising India's judiciary, BJPs' prime ministerial candidate said that foreign investors prefer India because of its democratic system and trustworthy judicial system Mar 15, 2014

US visa fraud case: Devyani re-indicted, faces arrest warrant

New Delhi, March 15 (ANI): An arrest warrant was on Saturday issued against Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade on visa fraud charges after her fresh indictment by US prosecutors who accused her of "illegally" underpaying and "exploiting" her domestic maid. Mar 15, 2014

Maoists kidnap workers in Bihar, set construction machine on fire

Jamui, March 15 (ANI): Maoists attacked a land mining site in Jamui district of Bihar on Friday, kidnapping around seven workers and setting two machines on fire. The rebels barged at the site as the sand picking work was on and created ruckus. Their demands are still unknown. Rana said that the investigation and search operations are on. Meanwhile, the work has been halted. The rebels have operated for decades across a wide swathe of central and eastern India. Mar 15, 2014

Mumbai building collapse kills at least six people

An apartment block collapsed in the Indian financial hub Mumbai on Friday, killing six people and injuring three others in the latest of a series of deadly building cave-ins. Duration: 00:33 Mar 15, 2014

A look back at week two of the Oscar Pistorius trial

Police procedures come under the spotlight during week two of the Oscar Pistorius trial -- as the athlete's lawyer accuses officers of incompetency and theft. He is on trial for the murder of his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Duration: 02:26 Mar 15, 2014

US, Russia fail to bridge diferences before Crimea vote

The United States and Russia failed on Friday to resolve a Cold-War-style crisis sparked by Moscow's military intervention in Crimea and the Ukrainian peninsula's weekend referendum on joining Kremlin rule. Duration: 01:01 Mar 15, 2014

Ecuador uses thousands of CCTV cameras to fight crime

CCTV camera surveillance is gaining ground in Ecuador. Introduced to fight crime the cameras are now omnipresent. While some welcome the initiative, others fear that they intrude on private lives or used to monitor political opponents. Duration:02:21 Mar 15, 2014

Jordan protesters want peace treaty with Israel annulled

Around 1,000 people demonstrated Friday near the Israeli embassy in Amman to protest the killing of a Jordanian judge by Israeli soldiers, demanding a peace deal between the countries be annulled. Duration: 00:39 Mar 15, 2014

Obama still hopes for 'diplomatic solution' on Crimea

Meeting with Irish PM Enda Kenny, US President Barack Obama said Friday he continues to hope for a diplomatic solution on Crimea, but warned of "consequences" for Russia if none is found. Duration: 00:57 Mar 15, 2014

Crimean Tatars protest against 'illegal' referendum

Around 500 Crimean Tatars took to the streets after prayers on Islam's holy day Friday to protest against an "illegal" referendum on closer ties with Russia which they plan to boycott. Duration: 01:04 Mar 15, 2014

Slovaks vote for president, with PM in power play

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico is poised to win a presidential election that begins Saturday, sparking concern that his leftist Social Democrats could monopolise power in the eurozone member. Duration: 00:47 Mar 15, 2014

US restaurants turn to tablets for speed dining

Restaurants like Chili's and Bolt Burgers, a fast-casual joint in Washington, are turning to touchscreen tablets to allow diners to place their orders, pay for meals, and even play games on the handheld devices. Duration: 00:54 Mar 15, 2014

19 killed in two bomb attacks in Pakistan

Two separate bomb attacks targeting security forces in Pakistan have killed 19 people according to officials, the latest violence to hit peace talks between the government and Taliban militants. Duration: 01:01 Mar 15, 2014

Crimea's Tatars pray for peace before referendum

Crimean Tatars gathered Friday for prayers on Islam's holy day, with many voicing fears for the future ahead of a referendum Sunday expected to lead to closer ties with Moscow. Duration: 00:55 Mar 14, 2014