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Fighting AIDS a top priority in western The global incidence of AIDS may be falling but in a remote corner of western Kenya the disease remains a major threat with one in four of the population infected. Health advisors from Doctors Without Borders are travelling door-to-door in the town of Homa Bay offering residents medical tests and teaching them about HIV prevention. 01-Dec-2015
" THE WORLD NEEDS GANDHIJI EVEN MORE NO Speaking at a function in Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad, President Pranab Mukherjee said Mahatma Gandhi was even more relevant today as the nation grapples with unprecedented violence. The President said Gandhiji gave us an object lesson in Ahimsa by taking the assassin's bullets with the name of Rama on his lips. 01-Dec-2015
ATTENTIVE ABOUT FABRICATED PROPAGANDA OF This Winter Session of Parliament started with a storm of over the issue of intolerance. Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today stated that the government is attentive about the fabricated propaganda of the issues. 01-Dec-2015
Chicago officer charged with murder out A police officer in Chicago charged with fatally shooting a black teenager last year has posted bail. Julie Noce reports. 01-Dec-2015
HELD BSF JAWAN’S FAMILY SAYS HE HAS NO BSF head constable Abdul Rasheed, arrested for allegedly spying for Pakistan's intelligence agency- ISI, has been remanded in police custody till December 7 by a Delhi court even as investigators said they have to track the money trail and identify his possible accomplices in the force. 01-Dec-2015
Voting begins in Egypt's parliamentary e Voting began in Cairo on Tuesday for the run-off in Egypt's parliamentary election, as in 13 of the country's 27 provinces. 01-Dec-2015
COMMUNAL VIOLENCE WRONGLY BLAMED ON MAJO Seeking the formation of a committee to look into cases of riots and investigate its details past five years, BJP MP Yogi Adityanath today said incidents are unnecessarily linked to communal violence by police to make probe easy and the blame is laid on majority without any solid ground. 01-Dec-2015
Boxing - Briton Fury beats world heavywe 01-Dec-2015
RIJIJU: COMMUNAL INCIDENTS CAME DOWN AFT As Opposition cornered the BJP-led Centre in Parliament over the issue of communal intolerance, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said communal incidents have come down drastically after BJP government came to power at Centre. The minister was speaking in Rajya Sabha when he made the statement. 01-Dec-2015
INDO-PAK SERIES- GOVT LIKELY TO TURN DOW "With each passing day, new angle is reported about the impending India-Pakistan bilateral series. The latest news coming in is that the Board of Control for Cricket in India is unlikely to get a formal clearance from the Union government to play Pakistan in a limited-overs series in Sri Lanka in December. 01-Dec-2015
WILL TRAIN 24 LAKH WOMEN UNDER ANGANWADI Speaking at an event today in the national capital, Union Minister for Women and Child Welfare Maneka Gandhi said her ministry is going full-throttle to strengthen the Anganwadi scheme, which will not only be helpful for child care but also be beneficial to the women employed under it. The minister said, more training centres are being set up and the senior employees under the scheme will be made entitled to promotion. 01-Dec-2015
Japan resumes whale hunts in the name of Japanese whaling ships set out to hunt some 300 whales in the name of science after reworking its programme in accordance with an international treaty on scientific whaling. Julie Noce reports. 01-Dec-2015
Political reactions to Mahaesh Sharma's New Delhi,Dec 01(ANI): Politicians are reacting to Union Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma's statement that there is no evidence of a Hindu temple having existed at the place where the Taj Mahal is located today in Agra. JD(U) leader Ali Anwar said that the Taj Mahal was a world heritage site and rubbished claims of a Hindu temple ever being there. Congress leader P L Punia charged the BJP of creating an unnecessary hue and cry without any evidence. JD (U) leader KC Tyagi said that the Taj Mahal neither belongs to Hindus nor to Muslims, and should only be seen as an impotant heritage of India. NCP leader Majeed Memon said it was a historical fact that the Taj Mahal was built during the Mughal period and discarded any notion of the presence of a Hindu temple. 01-Dec-2015
DOS SANTOS’ LATE STRIKE AGAINST NEUFC "A day after defending champions Atletico de Kolkata qualified for the last four stages; Delhi Dynamos joined them and became the second team to enter semis with 21 points from 12 games. Brazilian winger Gustavo Dos Santos’ late strike helped Delhi to upstage NorthEast United 2-1 to seal their semi-final berth. " 01-Dec-2015
BSF constable arrested for allegedly spy New Delhi, Dec 01 (ANI): The Director General of Border Security Force on Tuesday confirmed that one person from BSF has been arrested as he was an ISI agent. He said a committee is being formed for the enquiry. The Border Security Force (BSF) today seized two fishing boats from Pakistan, abandoned in Indian waters off the Kutch coast. The boats were found deserted in Harami Nala area of Kutch district, around 400 km from Ahmedabad, near the Indo-Pak border, BSF said in an official statement. However he further refused to make any comments. 01-Dec-2015
ANIL KHANNA RE-ELECTED ASIAN TENNIS FEDE fter being elected as the Vice-President of the World Tennis body International Tennis Federation, Anil Khanna was re-elected as the Asian Tennis Federation President for another four years. 01-Dec-2015
Bihar verdict against 'sectarianism': Ar New Delhi, Dec 1 (ANI): Archbishop Kuriakose Bharanikulangara on Tuesday said that the Bihar Assembly election result is a verdict against 'sectarianism' and is a declaration of intent of the prevailing Indian conscience. Bharanikulangara further stated that the secular nature of the Indian Constitution and the secular conscious of Indian citizens is what he is highlighting. In his pastoral letter, a communication from the bishop to churchgoers, which usually deals with spiritual and administrative matters, the Archbishop of Faridabad-Delhi Syro-Malabar Church said there are 'apprehensions' that some "ultra-religious fundamentalists have started questioning the very fundamentals of the Indian Constitution". Bharanikulangara and Modi had shared the stage at an event on February 17, which was also attended by Cardinal George Alencherry, the head of the four-million strong Syro-Malabar Church. politi 01-Dec-2015
Karnataka village marks second year of b Gulbarga, Dec 1 (ANI): While several states in the country are still pondering over implementing a liquor ban, Nimbal village in Gulbarga district of Karnataka commemorated the second anniversary of being alcohol free. Till two years ago this feat seemed far off as alcohol was easily available in the village and not just the men but even the youngsters were regular drinkers. Drunken brawls and domestic quarrels were common but today, the residents have completely given up alcohol. The women in the village are credited with bringing this dream to life. A committee of 51 women from the village ensured all the four shops in the village selling liquor were shut. A villager, SS Paga, said that the village has been saving a great deal of money since the liquor shops were shut. It is a great step taken by the elderly and the women in our village, they did a good thing. Approximately in a year our village was spending between rupees 10 million ($150,420) to 15 million ($225,631), we are saving that amount now. We constituted a registered body of 51 ladies in our village to accomplish this task. In our village people were spending minimum rupees 35,000 ($526) to 40,000 ($601) everyday on liquor but in the last two years the village has improved a lot. Not a single person in the village dr 01-Dec-2015
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Briton Tyson Fury shocks boxing world by Briton's eccentric boxer Tyson Fury defeats Wladimir Klitschko to send a huge shock through the boxing world and snatch the Ukrainian's four world heavyweight titles. 01-Dec-2015
'Real dirt of India lies in our minds': Ahmedabad, Dec 01 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday said the real dirt of India lies not in our streets but in our minds and in our unwillingness to let go of views that divide society into 'them and us, pure and impure'. They said that we must make a success of the laudable and welcome Swatch Bharat Mission. However, this also must be seen as just the beginning of a much larger and intense effort to cleanse minds and fulfil Gandhi's vision in all its aspects. President Mukherjee, who inaugurated a new Archives and Research Centre at Sabarmati Ashram here, further said we live in times when the world needs Gandhi more than ever. He said that the Mahatma Gandhi wanted our people to move forward unitedly in ever widening thought and action. President Mukherjee further said every day we see unprecedented violence all around us. Only a non-violent society can ensure the participation of all sections of the people, especially the marginalised and the dispossessed in our democratic process 01-Dec-2015
Real Madrid's Benitez says too early to Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez says it is too early to judge whether his side is having a good or bad season. 01-Dec-2015
Road caves in after fresh rains lash Che Chennai, Dec 01 (ANI): Fresh spell of rain battered many parts of Tamil Nadu and disrupted normal life, submerging pockets of Chennai under water. A Road at Madhya Kailash signal caved in due to the heavy rainfall. Schools and colleges in Chennai were once again shut as a result of the continuous rain. The MeT office has forecast scattered to heavy rainfall on Tuesday in Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu following a trough of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal, closer to Sri Lanka. The toll in rain-related incidents since the onset of the monsoon last month rose to 122 on Sunday. 01-Dec-2015
Thick smog continues to choke Beijing Choking smog continues to blanket Beijing as climate change talks enter their second day in Paris. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Dec-2015
We are still accommodative and always vi Mumbai, Dec 01 (ANI): Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Monday said the central bank is focusing on transmission of rate cuts passed earlier this year, but added that the RBI remains open to easing interest rates further. He said that further rate cuts would be dependent on inflation and external developments, and reiterated his call for banks to lower their lending rates to reflect the steep easing undertaken by the RBI this year. 01-Dec-2015
Indian Super League- Mahendra Singh Dhon Indian Super League- Mahendra Singh Dhoni Brings Luck to Chennaiyin FC vs Delhi Dynamos FC 01-Dec-2015
Naidu tells leaders to avoid controversi New Delhi, Dec 01 (ANI): Union Minister of state for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday briefed about the discussions held in BJP Parliamentary meet after it was over. Naqvi said that Union minister Venkaiah Naidu held discussions about the recent elections held in various parts of the country. He added that Naidu also told the leaders to avoid making any controversial remarks which lead to tainting the party as well as the government. Naqvi also told that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said that India's GDP rate was very good and development was happening at a rapid scale. 01-Dec-2015
No written exam required for admission t Lucknow, Dec 01 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said on Tuesday announced that a written examination will not be required for admission to state police force henceforth. He said that admissions would take place on the basis of 10th, 12th marksheet and a physical test. He added that the state is short of police personnel and recruitment shall be done in large number for police force in the coming months. 01-Dec-2015
The Lucha Dragons vs Big E & Kofi Kingst The Lucha Dragons vs Big E & Kofi Kingston Latest SmackDown 01-Dec-2015
PM Modi arrives home after attending COP New Delhi, Dec 01 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived home on Tuesday morning after a day-long visit in Paris where he attended the opening session of World Climate Change Conference 2015 or COP21. Addressing the world leaders, Modi said that climate change was a global challenge, but something India was not responsible for. France and India on Monday launched an international alliance seeking to mobilise more than a trillion dollars by 2030 and deliver clean, solar energy to some of the planet's poorest. Modi also held talks with US President Barack Obama during which he pledged to ensure India's development would go “hand in hand” with environmental protection, while Obama acknowledged India's right to grow and fight poverty. The COP21 will conclude on December 11. 01-Dec-2015
Liberia: Ebola just keeps coming back Liberia was declared Ebola free in May and again in September before new outbreaks were discovered. November brings a new set back to the country with one death and two new cases of Ebola patients. 01-Dec-2015
POST MODI-SHARIF MEET SHIV SENA CALLS PA Attacking Pakistan once again after Modi-Sharif meet in Paris on the side-lines of climate conference, the Shiv Sena has called Pak a ‘two-faced snake’. The Sena said so in its mouthpiece ‘Saamna’. 01-Dec-2015
ASHWIN BOWLS CAREER BEST SPIN R Ashwin, who fired India to a 124-run win over South Africa with a 12-wicket haul, drew high praise from all corners. With his superb bowling he became the leading wicket taker in year 2015. 01-Dec-2015
JAWAN INJURED IN KATHUA FIRING, CRPF SAY A Jawan of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has been injured in a mysterious firing that broke out inside the CRPF camp in a remote belt of Bani area of the Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. 01-Dec-2015
PM Modi departs from Paris for New Delhi Paris, Dec 01 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi departed for New Delhi on Tuesday after attending the Climate Conference in Paris. During his visit in Paris, the Prime Minister along with French President Francois Hollande launched the international solar alliance which is aimed at eventually bringing clean and affordable solar energy within the reach of all. The Prime Minister also addressed the Climate Change Conference (COP21) Plenary where he announced a 35 per cent cut in carbon emissions by 2030. Prime Minister Modi also met United States President Barack Obama and Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the conference. 01-Dec-2015
SAINA, SRIKANTH SEALS SPOT AT WORLD SUPE Top Indian shuttlers Saina Nehwal and K Srikanth have sealed their spots for the second successive time at the prestigious BWF World Superseries Finals to be held in Dubai from December 9. 01-Dec-2015
Three labourers die after falling in sew Agra, Dec 01 (ANI): Three out of four labourers who entered the well of a sewage treatment plant in Agra to clean it died due to leakage of Methane gas. The rescue team reached at the spot and rescued all the four from the well in which one is in a critical condition and three died. He has admitted to the SN hospital in Agra. The plant incharge was also one of those who died. The rescue operation went for 1 hour. Police have met the family members of victims and assured all possible help. 01-Dec-2015
Putin says Turkey shot down Russian plan France, Dec 01 (ANI): Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the reason Turkey downed a Russian warplane last week was that it wanted to protect supplies of oil from Islamic State. Putin, speaking at the global climate conference in Paris, added that the decision to shoot down the plane was a "huge mistake" adding he had not met Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, despite them both being in Paris. Relations between Russia and Turkey have nosedived since Turkey shot down the Russian bomber near the Syrian-Turkish border on Nov. 24. Putin on Saturday (November 28) signed a decree imposing economic sanctions on Turkey, while Erdogan has said Turkey will not apologise over the incident. 01-Dec-2015
PUJARA IS A CLASS PLAYER AND DOESN’T N From being termed tailor-made for Tests to becoming expendable, the Saurashtra batsman has had many ups and downs in last one and-half years but despite that Cheteshwar Pujara has come up with a strong show every time and even the legends believe too that he is a class player. 01-Dec-2015
Akhilesh Yadav launches injectable Polio Lucknow, Dec 01 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav visited the Polio eradication camp and launched the injectable Polio vaccine in Lucknow. The vaccine has been launched only in a few states. During the event, Yadav said that the credit of making the state polio-free goes to the health department, the party workers and the people of the state. Uttar Pradesh has been certified polio-free by World Health Organization under the regime of Akhilesh Yadav. 01-Dec-2015
LEANDER IS AN ENTERTAINER & IPTL SUITS H After a successful season last year, Indian Premier Tennis League founder and star tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi said he is looking forward to the second edition of the tournament starting on December 2 and just before the action begins Mahesh explained why he roped in Leander Peas in this edition. 01-Dec-2015
Aurangabad woman tortured by husband res Aurangabad, Dec 01 (ANI): A 20 year old woman has been rescued by the resident of Misarwadi from the clutches of her husband suspected of being mentally ill. With her rescue many shocking revelations have started surfacing. The residents of the area claimed that the suspect would even force her to eat excretion of cow and make her drink water from the bathroom. Sources said that the woman was locked in the house for past six months, following which her relatives with the help of neighbours rescued her last evening. The residents of the area have even claimed that police initially refused to file her complaint but after being pressurised they agreed to write her complain, following which she was sent for a medical test. 01-Dec-2015
Facebook team visits Taj Agra, Dec 01 (ANI): The magic of Taj Mahal is attracting the team of social networking website Facebook to the city of Agra. After Mark Zuckerberg a team of 30 members came to Agra from America to see Taj, the tomb of love. The Managing Director of Facebook India Kirthiga Reddy also joined the members from US. They toured the monument for around one and a half hour and shared their experience as wonderful. 01-Dec-2015
Some people not tolerant on intolerance New Delhi, Dec 01 (ANI): Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said on Tuesday that as the debate on intolerance is going on in the parliament some people are not tolerant enough to participate in the discussions. Naqvi added that it is the beauty of democracy and the Parliament that every issue is discussed. 01-Dec-2015
Manchester City scores a win with China Chinese investors are paying $400 million for a stake in the group that owns soccer clubs including England's Manchester City and New York City FC. As Sonia Legg reports, it's the country's biggest overseas investment in the game. 01-Dec-2015
Japan whaling ships leave port Japan whaling fleet departs for hunt despite international outrage. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Dec-2015
Mixed fortunes for factories ahead of Fe Manufacturing activity deteriorated across much of Asia in November, while European factories struggled to gather momentum. The data comes as markets brace for an expected imminent rise in U.S. interest rates that could jolt the global economy. David Pollard reports. 01-Dec-2015
Egypt's pyramids, sphinx awash in green Egypt turns its pyramids and sphinx green in a show of solidarity with the Paris climate change summit. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Dec-2015
Muslim community in Bareilly spreads com Bareilly, Dec 1 (ANI): Time and again, people in India have proved their solidarity through numerous examples of friendship and acts of harmony. One such example is a hospital located in Bareilly district of the northern state of Uttar Pradesh that places human values above religion. The hospital regularly organizes medical camps and provides facilities such as X-ray, blood and sugar tests etc at minimum costs to the people of all religious backgrounds. A female doctor is appointed by the hospital for attending to the expecting mothers. Founded in the year 2007, Al-Qurresh hospital’s foundation principle is to help those people who cannot afford medical treatments. Institutions such as these help strengthen the foundation of harmony and brotherhood among the people. 01-Dec-2015
BHP stuck in mud over Brazil lawsuit? Brazil has filed a lawsuit against two of the world's largest mining companies for 20 billion Brazilian reais ($5.2 billion) to clean up what it says was its worst environmental disaster. As Ivor Bennett reports, the government is looking for a settlement similar to the $20 billion agreement between BP and U.S. authorities over the Deepwater Horizon spill. 01-Dec-2015
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