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What common man expects from Arun Jaitle Bhopal/ Raipur/ Siliguri, Feb 01 (ANI): As the nation awaits Union Budget 2017, here we are with the expectations of the common man from the suitcase of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. 01-Feb-2017
'Rent-a-monk' biz thrives as Japan loses A rent-a-monk service is thriving in Japan, as more and more Japanese lose their ties to local Buddhist temples -- despite angering traditionalists who warn they are commercialising the religion. 01-Feb-2017
Three hilarious celebs at Sundance Three hilarious celebs at Sundance 01-Feb-2017
Christina Applegate gets into a politica Christina Applegate gets into a political Twitter war 01-Feb-2017
Calais jungle is a ghost town Calais jungle is a ghost town 01-Feb-2017
BUDGET TO GO ON AS USUAL SAY SOURCES There remains no clarity on whether the budget will be postponed over demise of Lok Sabha MP E Ahamed but highly placed sources suggest the budget will happen as per norm at 11 am. 01-Feb-2017
Mallikarjun Kharge demanded avert to Bud Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge demanded avert to Budget for one day on Muslim League MP E Ahmad's death... 01-Feb-2017
Devotees flock to Triveni Sangam on Basa Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, Feb 01 (ASNI): Despite the chill in the atmosphere, devotees in large numbers thronged Allahabad’s famous Triveni Sangam to take holy dip on the occasion of Basant Panchami on Wednesday. With numerous mythological and religious stories linked to the day, Basant Panchami is considered an auspicious day to begin new works. People adorn yellow clothes on this day, as the colour is associated with mustard flowers that blossom during this season. 01-Feb-2017
Watch: ‘Drunk' girl creates ruckus at Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, Feb 01 (ANI): An allegedly drunk teenage girl created ruckus in the main market of Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur on Tuesday night. The girl, who was accompanied by her friend, hit a vehicle while she was riding a two-wheeler. The girl was taken to the nearest police station, where her medical tests were conducted. 01-Feb-2017
Delhiites wake up to foggy Wednesday mor New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): The national capital woke up to a foggy morning on Wednesday, giving a tough time to the commuters and residents. Yesterday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 12 degrees Celsius while the maximum was 23.3 degrees Celsius. The meteorological department has forecasted dense to shallow fog for the next three days while there are chances of cloudy sky with thundery development on Sunday. 01-Feb-2017
Gurez avalanche: Mortal remains of slain Madurai, Tamil Nadu, Feb 01 (ANI): Mortal remains of slain soldier Sundara Pandi O. were brought to his native village at Pallakkapatti, in Tamil Nadu's Madurai on early Wednesday morning. State's Revenue Minister R.B. Udhayakumar visited the soldier's village to pay his respects to the departed soul. Sepoy Pandi, along with 14 other soldiers, was swept away in an avalanche in Jammu and Kashmir' Gurez sector on January 26. 01-Feb-2017
Former minister E Ahamed’s death: Fami and Indian Union Muslim League MP E Ahamed, have accused Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Hospital of ‘unprofessionalism’ after they were consistently denied meeting the former for almost 12 hours. The family has also alleged that the hospital administration did not consult them over providing treatment to Ahamed, who was admitted post suffering a cardiac arrest yesterday inside the Parliament. 78-year-old leader had also served as the Minister of State (MoS) for external affairs in the UPA government. 01-Feb-2017
Three killed, 12 injured in car explosio Bathinda, Punjab, Feb 01 (ANI): At least three people died and 12 others were injured after a car exploded in Punjab’s Bathinda on Tuesday night. The accident happened near Maur Mandi area. The police and a forensic team have launched a probe to ascertain the cause of the explosion. 01-Feb-2017
Former union minister E Ahamed passes aw New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): Former union minister and Indian Union Muslim League MP, E Ahamed, passed away early Wednesday morning after he suffered a cardiac arrest in the Parliament yesterday. He was admitted at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Hospital after he suffered the attack during President Pranab Mukherjee's joint address. He was later shifted to the ICU and put on ventilator. The 78-year-old leader had also served as the Minister of State (MoS) for external affairs in the UPA government. 01-Feb-2017
Gorsuch 'honored and humbled' to be Trum Neil Gorsuch thanks U.S. President Donald Trump for nominating him to the U.S. Supreme Court, saying he is "honored and humbled." Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Trump picks conservative judge Gorsuch f U.S. President Donald Trump has nominated Neil Gorsuch for a lifetime job on the U.S. Supreme Court, picking the 49-year-old federal appeals court judge to restore the court's conservative majority. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Italy's military 'narcos' cook up cannab The first batches of made-in-Italy pot have just arrived in pharmacies, as the country's military begins producing cannabis for medicinal purposes. 01-Feb-2017
Wax versions of Trump, Pena Nieto meet i U.S. President Donald Trump and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto did not manage to meet in person last week, but they stood side by side at the Mexico City Wax Museum. Nathan Frandino reports. 01-Feb-2017
New wave of robots set to deliver the go The robots of the future will be coming soon, rolling along at a lumbering pace with those goods you just ordered. The six-wheeled, knee-high robots from startup Starship Technologies are part of a new wave of automated systems taking aim at the "last mile" delivery of goods to consumers. 01-Feb-2017
University holds vigil for mosque attack Laval University staff and Canada's education minister lead a vigil to mourn a professor who was killed in the deadly attack on a mosque in Quebec City that left at least six persons dead and several other injured. 01-Feb-2017
UN chief takes aim at 'blind measures' i UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres sharpens his criticism of the US ban on travellers from seven Muslim nations, saying such "blind measures" are unlikely to be effective in fighting terrorism. 01-Feb-2017
US envoy to UN says Iran missile test 'a Iran's test-firing of a medium-range ballistic missile is "absolutely unacceptable," US Ambassador Nikki Haley says following a closed-door meeting of the UN Security Council. 01-Feb-2017
U.S., Russian and Brazilian planes fight Russian, Brazilian and U.S. planes have landed in Chile to help combat the country's worst forest fires in modern history. Nathan Frandino reports.. 01-Feb-2017
Now a widower, IS torture victim struggl "I live on looking at my wife’s pictures. I live on memories." After his wife was killed by IS fighters, Ryadh Nouri, himself a survivor of torture, struggles to live on now that his Mosul neighbourhood has been recaptured by Iraqi forces. 01-Feb-2017
Obamacare: Last day to enroll On the last day to sign up for healthcare insurance under the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, a provider in Florida says that 2016 saw a spike in enrollments. Congress and President Donald Trump have put in motion their plan to repeal the Act, leaving millions uncertain what a replacement may look like. 01-Feb-2017
White House spokesman delivers daily bri White House spokesman Sean Spicer says President Trump would be fulfilling a major campaign promise with his expected Supreme Court nominee announcement. 01-Feb-2017
Ukraine clashes rage for third day (2) Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed rebels are locked in fighting for a third straight day at a flashpoint town, leaving thousands shivering without power and sparking renewed EU concern about security in its backyard. 01-Feb-2017
Trump to order cyber security boost U.S. President Donald Trump holds a meeting with top Cabinet secretaries, agency heads and staff members to discuss his plans for beefing up cyber security in the country. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Trump tells pharmaceutical bosses he wan US President Donald Trump meets with pharmaceutical company bosses, telling them that he will lower their taxes and get rid of regulation but wants lower drug prices and manufacturing jobs brought back to America. 01-Feb-2017
Iraq will not retaliate against Trump's Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says the country will not retaliate against U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban. As Ciara Lee reports, cooperation with Washington in the war on Islamic State is proving more important. 01-Feb-2017
White House defends Yates firing White House spokesman Sean Spicer says former acting Attorney General Sally Yates was in position of leadership and expected "to execute orders that are handed down to them properly." Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Brain-computer interface allows complete Scientists develop a way of communicating with patients who are totally paralysed and unable to talk by measuring the blood oxygen levels in their brains to decipher their thoughts. Stuart McDill reports. 01-Feb-2017
Quebec mosque attack: four injured peopl Four people injured in a deadly attack on a mosque, are still in a hospital in Quebec City. At least six people were killed in Sunday night's shooting spree. 01-Feb-2017
U.S. Senate approves Chao as transportat The U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to confirm Elaine Chao to run the U.S. Transportation Department. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Massachusetts joins court battle against Massachusetts on Tuesday joined a legal effort to block President Trump's order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, calling the measure "unconstitutional." Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Alleged missile test strains Iran nuclea Iran's nuclear deal is under fresh strain after the U.S. says the country carried out a test launch of a medium-range ballistic missile. Sadiya Chowdhury reports. 01-Feb-2017
Canadian student charged in deadly mosqu A French-Canadian university student was the sole suspect in a shooting at a Quebec City mosque and was charged with the premeditated murder of six people. Zachary Goelman reports. 01-Feb-2017
In bid to combat smell, Paris train stat Two portable urinals, which turn urine into compost, have been installed outside the busy Gare de Lyon station in Paris. 01-Feb-2017
Senate Democrats boycott vote on Mnuchin U.S. Senate Democrats on Tuesday boycotted a planned committee vote on two of President Trump's nominees, Steve Mnunchin and Tom Price, making it impossible for the vote to go forward. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
UK MPs begin Article 50 debate A parliamentary debate on the British government's plan to leave the European Union begins in Westminster. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Eastern Aleppo residents 'rebuild Syria' The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) has stepped up its support to the displaced Syrians returning to the ruins of eastern Aleppo city, as residents work to rebuild their homes. 01-Feb-2017
Confusion on immigration orders "regrett U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan says the confusion on President Trump's executive immigration orders was "regrettable." Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
EU warns Iran not to 'deepen mistrust' w The EU warns Iran against stoking mistrust by continuing ballistic missile tests, after Tehran told the new US administration not to use the issue as a pretext to create fresh tensions. 01-Feb-2017
Credible crackdown against Saaed will pr New Delhi, Jan 31 (ANI): Reacting on the detention of 26/11 Mumbai attacks plotter Hafiz Saeed, MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said only a credible crackdown against the Saeed and others would prove Pakistan’s sincerity in curbing terrorism. Swarup said India has always demanded the UNSC 1267 provision to be effectively and sincerely enforced by all member states and all known terrorists should be brought under this provision. 01-Feb-2017
Indian Consul general assures developmen Birjung, Nepal, Jan 31 (ANI): The Consulate general of India in Birgunj has said the various development projects started by the Indian government in Terai and other parts of Nepal have benefitted the people at large. At a press conference, India’s consul general B.C. Pradhan further said that India is always ready to help the Himalayan nation for its social and economic development. 01-Feb-2017
ISIS poster spotted near Army Cantt., in Subathu, Solan, Jan 31 (ANI): The appearance of a poster declaring the arrival of Islamic State in Himachal Pradesh’s Solan set the police and the Army in a state of frenzy on Tuesday. The writings in Hindi and English spoke about a ‘fatwa’ issued by Islamic State Fatwa. An investigation is underway to ascertain the source of the poster. 01-Feb-2017
Full remonetisation of economy in next 1 New Delhi, Jan 31 (ANI): Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian on Tuesday said that the full remonetisation of the country's economy will happen in the next 1-2 months and advocated quick removal of all cash withdrawal limits to expedite pick-up in growth. Subramanian also said that demonetisation has encouraged the transition to digitisation, though it should be based on incentives and not forced upon people. 01-Feb-2017
Drug companies "have to get prices down" President Donald Trump told a meeting of pharmaceutical company leaders at the White House on Tuesday that, while there have been many successes in drug development, the pricing has been "astronomical" and must come down. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 01-Feb-2017
Trudeau sends message of support to Cana Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seeks to reassure Canada's Muslim community of his support and says they are "valued members of every community." Rough Cut (no reporter narration) 01-Feb-2017
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