nitish-appeals-non-bjp-non-congress-parties-to-unite-against-communalism-part-1 Play

Nitish appeals Non BJP, Non Congress parties to unite against communalism Part - 1

New Delhi, Oct 30 (ANI): While addressing the Non BJP, Non Congress Convention in New Delhi on Wednesday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar appealed all the 17 parties participating in the convention to unite against communalism, terrorism and fascism in the country. Further, Kumar also slammed the BJP for instigating violence in the country and raising communal elements. He also appealed to fight against terrorism which gives birth to communal forces. Finally, the chief minister talked about a development model which targets not just corporates but common man. Oct 30, 2013
mulayam-slams-communal-forces-for-inciting-violence-in-muzaffarnagar Play

Mulayam slams communal forces for inciting violence in Muzaffarnagar

New Delhi, Oct 30 (ANI): Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday at a convention against communalism, organized by the Left, condemned the communal forces for inciting violence in Muzzafarnagar. Yadav said that they will not allow any outfit to spread communalism in their state anymore. Oct 30, 2013
hamid-ansari-inaugurates-3-day-cultural-festival-in-cuba Play

Hamid Ansari inaugurates 3-day cultural festival in Cuba

Havana, Oct 30 (ANI): Vice president Hamid Ansari, who is in Cuba to boost bilateral and multilateral ties between the nations, inaugurated a three-day cultural festival of India in the Latin American country on October 29. During his stay, Ansari will hold wide-ranging bilateral talks with his counterpart, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez. He is scheduled to call on the President of Cuba, Raul Castro, on October 30. Ansari also inaugurated the cultural festival of India in Havana, during which Indian dance troupe performed the classical dance form 'Kathakali' and enthralled Cubans with their beautiful dance performance. Visitors at the festival were excited to have a glimpse of Indian culture. Oct 30, 2013
bangladesh-academician-urges-fuelling-parties-to-ensure-free-fair-and-peaceful-elections Play

Bangladesh academician urges fuelling parties to ensure free, fair and peaceful elections

Dhaka, Oct 30 (ANI): Bangladesh academician, Mohammad Ali Taslim called for an agreement between the fuelling political parties with an aim to hold a free and fair election under a neutral government. The clash of ideologies could plunge Bangladesh into a cycle of violence as the two main political parties - ruling Awami League led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Bangladesh National Party (BNP) headed by Begum Khaleda Zia, locked in decades of mutual distrust, exploit the tension between secularists and Islamists ahead of elections that are due by next January. Taslim while talking to the reporter in Dhaka on Tuesday said that there was no possibility of peaceful elections if the leading parties do not form a consensus. Oct 30, 2013
modi-to-visit-patna-on-2nd-nov-to-meet-families-of-those-killed-in-serial-blasts Play

Modi to visit Patna on 2nd Nov to meet families of those killed in serial blasts

Patna, Oct 30 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will visit Patna on November 2 to meet the families of the six people who died in a series of bomb blasts last Sunday. Six people were killed and 83 injured in the blasts that rocked Patna between 9.30 a.m. and 12.45 p.m. on Sunday shortly before Modi's address to a 'Hunkar' rally' in Gandhi Maidan Oct 30, 2013
digvijay-should-tattoo-modi-on-himself-naqvi-after-his-tweet-on-narendra-modi Play

Digvijay should tattoo Modi on himself: Naqvi after his tweet on Narendra Modi

New Delhi, Oct 30 (ANI): Talking about Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh 's tweet on BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi that he lack ideas and that he 'steals' Congress slogans, BJP Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that if Singh likes Modi so much, he should tattoo Modi on himself. He further said that he should move with that tattoo on the streets and then the people of India will respond to his acts. Oct 30, 2013
unfortunate-for-nation-that-narendra-modi-is-pm-candidate-kc-tyagi Play

Unfortunate for nation that Narendra Modi is PM candidate: KC Tyagi

New Delhi, Oct 30 (ANI): Talking about the apparent to be Patna visit by BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on the occasion of ‘Chhoti Diwali’ in order to meet the serial blast victims, JD (U) leader KC Tyagi said that this is just politics by Modi and that it is unfortunate for the country that he is a PM candidate. Further, he said that there never had been such a PM candidate since last 40 years. Oct 30, 2013
narendra-modi-following-goebbels-theory-atul-anjan-on-patel-legacy-war Play

Narendra Modi following Goebbels theory: Atul Anjan on Patel legacy war

New Delhi, Oct 30 (ANI): After Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi shared a stage amidst battle over Sardar Patel legacy, CPI leader Atul Kumar Anjan said that Modi is following ‘Goebbels theory’ to hide the lies of his party. Anjan said that Patel was close to Mahatma Gandhi, whose murderer hailed from RSS ideology and Patel himself put a ban on RSS. According to Goebbels theory, if you repeat a lie frequently enough, people will sooner or later believe it. Oct 30, 2013
sanjay-dutt-returns-to-yerawada-jail-as-his-parole-ended Play

Sanjay Dutt returns to Yerawada jail as his parole ended

Mumbai, Oct 30 (ANI): Convicted Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt returned to Yerawada Central Jail in Pune on Wednesday after his four-week-long medical parole ended. Sanjay Dutt, was released from jail on furlough for 14 days on October 1. Later, he sought an extension which was granted to him for another fortnight. Accordingly, this year, Dutt will spend the Diwali festival in the jail with other inmates. Dutt was sentenced to five years' jail for illegal possession of firearms from one of the consignments that landed ahead of the March 12, 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai. Oct 30, 2013
police-kill-2-women-maoist-cadres-in-maharastra Play

Police kill 2 women Maoist cadres in Maharastra

Gadchiroli, Oct 30 (ANI): Police killed two women Maoist cadres in an exchange of fire with the rebels at Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra. Interacting with the reporters, superintendent of police, Mohammed Suwez Haque, confirmed the killings. Haque further said that in an ambush by the rebels, following the first encounter, police lost one of its personnel. Police had also recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition after raiding the area, where the deceased were hiding. Oct 30, 2013
non-congress-non-bjp-meet-ncp-claims-their-participation-will-not-create-problem-for-upa Play

Non Congress non BJP meet: NCP claims their participation will not create problem for UPA

New Delhi, Oct 30 (ANI): As leaders of more than a dozen regional parties headed on Wednesday to a Left-sponsored convention on communalism that is widely seen as a move to forge a non-Congress, non-BJP coalition ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the NCP which is an ally of the Congress and is also participating in the meet claimed that their participation will not create any problem for the UPA. NCP leader DP Tripathi though emphasized that the Congress is considered as secular by all parties, added that the NCP is the only political party which has consistently demanded for the unity of all secular parties of the nation. Oct 30, 2013
unnao-gold-hunt-asi-to-continue-digging-for-treasure Play

Unnao gold hunt: ASI to continue digging for treasure

New Delhi/Daundia Khera, Oct 30 (ANI): Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) will expand the excavation area at an ancient fort in Uttar Pradesh after it failed to trace tonnes of gold lying buried under the palace as dreamt by a Hindu sage. Addressing a news conference, the Director General of ASI, Praveen Shrivastava, rubbished the media reports about ASI calling off the excavation at the fort in Daundia Khera village. Oct 30, 2013
bnp-strike-takes-toll-on-cross-border-india-bangladesh-trade Play

BNP strike takes toll on cross-border India- Bangladesh trade

South Dinajpur/ Dhaka, Oct 30 (ANI): The ongoing strike in Bangladesh called by the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) took a toll on the cross-border trade with India, which left hundreds of trucks stranded at the transit point in West Bengal. BNP began a three-day strike in the country on Sunday demanding a caretaker government during the upcoming national elections in 2014. The truck drivers expressed their ire over the strike as they were not allowed to cross the border and unload their goods, specially the perishable items. Oct 30, 2013