Rahul Gandhi meets family members of Bilaspur sterilization camp victims

Bilaspur, Nov 15 (ANI): Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday met the family members of the victims who lost their lives in a sterilization camp in Bilaspur district. More than a dozen women died in Chhattisgarh after 83 women were sterilized at a government-run family planning camp. Gandhi said that the state government and the Health Ministry should take the entire responsibility of the incident. Nov 15, 2014

Mirzapur school students create Limca record on Children's Day

Mirzapur, Nov 15 (ANI): Students of Daffodils Public School in Mirzapur rejoiced as they created Limca record. A gift for themselves on the Children's day, 2764 students of the school adopted the look of clowns for a day so as to register their name in the Limca Book of records. The children dressed as clowns also paid tribute to the King of Comedy, Charlie Chaplin. Daffodils Public School's Director Amardeep Singh said that the school has for the second time registered itself in the Limca Book of Records. The students organized various cultural programs to entertain and make people happy. The students even took the oath of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' and through their performances gave the message of creating a 'Clean India'. Nov 15, 2014

Politicos react after Ram Madhav, says doors open for separatists

New Delhi, Nov 15 (ANI): Politicos reacted on Saturday after BJP leader Ram Madhav appealed to the separatists in Jammu and Kashmir to join the political mainstream and said that doors are open even for them. BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said that it would be better if Kashmiri separatists come and join politics. Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that the idea of bringing separatists in politics is not new. CPI leader D Raja also expressed similar sentiments. Nov 15, 2014

Politicos react on BSF reports of Chinese giving arms training to Pak soldiers

New Delhi, Nov 15 (ANI): Politicos reacted on Saturday after BSF reports claimed that Chinese are giving arms training to Pakistan soldiers. Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijijus said that this activity of China supporting Pakistan in the areas of Pok is unacceptable. BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said that if such things take place India should take it up to China. Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that India should stop looking at photo opportunities with the Chinese PM. Nov 15, 2014

India needs to take serious note of developments between Pakistan and China: Security Experts

New Delhi, Nov 15 (ANI): After BSF raised the issue of Chinese troops imparting weapons training to Pakistan forces, Security Experts on Saturday said that India needs to take serious note of developments between Pakistan and China. BSF has told National Security Advisor that Chinese troops have been spotted imparting arms training to Pakistan Army on Pakistani forward locations on the border opposite the Rajouri sector in Jammu and Kashmir. Security Experts Uday Bhaskar and Kamal Mitra Chenoy expressed concern in the issue and said that such developing relations between the two countries can prove fatal for India. Chenoy also said that India should take support of other nations in this regard and join hands together against any untoward development. Nov 15, 2014

Cabinet Ministers slam Chidambaram's remark on AFSPA

New Delhi/ Srinagar, Nov 15 (ANI): Cabinet ministers on Saturday slammed Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram's remark on AFSPA in which he called it an 'obnoxious law'. Minister of State in Ministry of Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju said that Chidambaram should not take advantage of elections in Jammu and Kashmir and make instigating statements regarding laws. Minister of State in Ministry of External Affairs, Gen (Retd) VK Singh said that AFSPA is a law under Indian Constitution and does not give unlimited power to the Army. Referring to the Machil case, he added that whenever army makes any mistake it is quick to give punishment. Nov 15, 2014

Activists stage theatre in Dharamsala to urge G-20 leaders to unite for Tibet

Dharamsala, Nov 15 (ANI): Members of a Tibetan non-governmental organisation in exile, Students for a free Tibet-India, performed a political theatre in Dharamsala to urge the world leaders to come together to raise the issue of Tibet at the ongoing G-20 Leaders' Summit in Australia. The activists wore masks of various political leaders during their acts and also held banners. Many Tibetan supporters carried out similar acts across the world. A cycle rally was also carried out across University of Delhi to gather support for this new approach to talk about a solution to the Tibet problem. George further added if countries like US, Canada, Australia, France, Germany and India come together it will create a power to get China into talks over Tibet. Nov 15, 2014