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PM Modi calls Spain for joint cooperatio Madrid (Spain), May 31 (ANI): Asserting that both India and Spain have witnessed the consequences of terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday pinned hope that the two nations will indulge in dialogue-making to pave out a coordinated approach in order to battle the mass problem. The Prime Minister, who was issuing a joint statement along with Spanish President Mariano Rajoy, invited the latter to initiate developmental activities to fulfill India's dream of a 'New India.' Prime Minister Modi is at present on the second leg of his four-nation tour. 31-May-2017
My family's support helped me to climb M New Delhi, May 31 (ANI): A mother of two children from Rajasthan's Jhunjhunu, Asha Jhajdiya, who climbed the World's highest peak Mount Everest said that her family support proved much helpful for her in climbing the highest peak. Asha, a nurse by profession, suffered backache since 2005. The pain was so deadly sometimes even her husband Ajay Singh Takhar had to carry her in his arms to hospital. Asha further said that the only thing is that everybody should be ready to face all the pains and all the obstacles whenever one wants to do something. She appealed the Rajasthani people to respect the girl child who can do anything in their lives. 31-May-2017
Madhya Pradesh government's heartless mi Madhya Pradesh government's heartless minister Om Prakash Dhruve ridiculed poor child in a wedding ceremony... 31-May-2017
At least 80 dead, 350 wounded in Kabul b A powerful car bomb exploded in the centre of Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday, killing or wounding dozens of people and sending clouds of black smoke into the sky above the presidential palace and foreign embassies, officials said. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports. 31-May-2017
Amit Shah On A Three Day Visit To Gujara BJP National President Amit Shah is on a three day visit to Gujarat. The visit s being seen as an interaction initiative to expand and also plan for the upcoming Gujarat elections. 31-May-2017
Kabul attack: Huge blast rocks diplomati At least nine dead and 90 wounded after car bomb in Kabul's diplomatic quarter, Police said the blast hit near the German embassy in the center of the city and had left several dead and wounded... 31-May-2017
City Gathers For The Last Rites Of Marty The whole village gathered to attend the funeral of a soldier Nitin Singh of Jat Regiment Martyred by landmines in Uri. 31-May-2017
Baloch people come out on streets demand Sweden/ London/ Canada/ Germany, May 31 (ANI): Free Balochistan Movement, an international Baloch Lobbying Group which lobbies for the freedom of Balochistan in different countries of the world, held protests in several western countries, including Sweden, London, Canada and Germany, as part of its ongoing international awareness campaign for the freedom of Balochistan. Hundreds of protesters, including men, women and children, came out on streets against the atrocities and removal of nuclear weapons by Pakistanis in Balochistan. The protesters were carrying placards and banners with different slogans against Pakistan's nuclear weapons and China-Pakistani nexus. 31-May-2017
In Brazil, protesters march against Zika A few hundred protesters march to Brazil’s Congress to demonstrate against the possible legalisation of abortion in the case of woman being infected with the Zika virus. 31-May-2017
Hurriyat’s Geelani In The Dock, No Den Bitta Karate admitted in National Investigation Agency (NIA) questioning to Hurriyat leaders about funding of militancy in the valley. Karate along with Gazi Baba and Nayeem said that Syed Ali Shah Geelani has indeed accepted money from Pakistan to fund insurgency in Kashmir. 31-May-2017
South Korean military 'hid' THAAD launch An investigation has revealed that South Korea's Defence Ministry failed to inform the President of four additional rocket launchers, designed to intercept missiles from the North. Grace Lee reports. 31-May-2017
50 feared dead in explosion near Indian Kabul (Afghanistan), May 31 (ANI): At least 50 people are feared dead after a suicide car bomb attack near the Indian embassy in Kabul on Wednesday morning. The explosion, which was targeted at Iranian embassy, occurred nearby the Indian embassy located 1.5 kilometres away from it. Union Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said that the staff of Indian embassy did not suffer in the blast. “By God's grace, Indian Embassy staff are safe in the massive #Kabul blast,” Swaraj tweeted. According to sources, the Indian Embassy has suffered some damage in the form of broken windows due to pressure waves arising from the explosion. Officials of the embassy are, however, safe, the sources added. Many foreign embassies are located in the area, including the American and Canadian missions. The Afghan National Security Force (ANSF) has deployed its team in the area for rescue and counter-insurgency operations. 31-May-2017
Cop Abuses Girl Sexually On Board A Trai For a government that came with a promise of completely revamping the law and order machinery in the state of UP, each passing day a new crime busts the Good Governance myth of the Yogi regime. Here’s a report from Bijnor. 31-May-2017
Large explosion rocks Afghanistan's capi A major car bomb blast near the German Embassy in Kabul kills several people and damages houses hundreds of metres away. No reporter narration. 31-May-2017
Priyanka Chopra hits back at trolls, pos New Delhi, May 31 (ANI): Priyanka Chopra, who got trolled for meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a short dress, has hit back at the trolls by flashing some more legs and this time in conjunction with her mother Madhu Chopra. Giving a befitting reply to the trolls, the ‘Baywatch’ actress posted a picture on her Instagram account wherein both mother and daughter can be seen showing off their legs in short dresses. She captioned the pic “Legs for days.... #itsthegenes with @madhuchopra nights out in #Berlin #beingbaywatch.” The post comes hours after she was trolled on the social media for not ‘appropriately’ dressed while meeting the Prime Minister. 31-May-2017
Philippines warns Islamist militants to Philippine authorities warn Islamist militants occupying parts of a southern city to surrender or die, as attack helicopters pound the gunmen's strongholds where up to 2,000 residents are feared trapped. 31-May-2017
SPIEF, a great privilege for India to st Saint Petersburg (Russia), May 31 (ANI): Ahead of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi visit to Russia, Indian Ambassador to Russia Pankaj Saran said that the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) is an opportunity for India to strengthen its economic and trade ties with Russia. He said India has been invited as a guest country for the first time and also Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited as the guest of honour, which is a matter of great privilege for India.PM Modi is in a four-nation tour. After Spain, PM Modi will visit Russia. 31-May-2017
PhD student found dead in Nalanda Apartm New Delhi, May 31 (ANI): A final year PhD student was found dead at her room in Indian Institute of Technology’s Delhi campus. The deceased has been identified as Manjula Devak. Reportedly, she was found hanging from the ceiling fan in her room at Nalanda apartment inside the campus. 31-May-2017
Man with a fake gun is in custody after A suspect authorities say wielded a fake gun in a prolonged standoff with police in the Orlando airport has been taken into custody. Ryan Brooks reports. 31-May-2017
Priyanka Chopra meets PM Modi in Berlin Priyanka Chopra meets PM Modi in Berlin 31-May-2017
Golf legend Tiger Woods arrested in Flor Golf legend Tiger Woods arrested in Florida for driving under the influence 31-May-2017
70th Cannes Film Festival closes to glam 70th Cannes Film Festival closes to glam & glitter 31-May-2017
Deadly Cyclone Mora heads for Bangladesh Deadly Cyclone Mora continues on her path of destruction, battering cities across Bangladesh and India, as Sri Lanka works to recover from her might.Samantha Vadas reports. 31-May-2017
Watch: PM Modi meets people outside hote Madrid (Spain), May 31 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday arrived in Spain and met hundreds of people outside the hotel. People were seen chanting ‘Modi, Modi’ when the PM arrived at the hotel. Modi will hold a round-table interaction with a select group of Spanish CEOs, who are keen to invest and expand their presence in India. Apart from Germany and Spain, the Prime Minister will also visit to Russia and France. 31-May-2017
SSB seizes opium worth over Rs. 2 crore Siliguri (West Bengal), May 31 (ANI): In a joint operation, the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) and the custom police seized a huge delivery of opium worth over Rs. 2 crore in Siliguri area of West Bengal. Officials said that the joint operation was launched after they got information that a significant amount of narcotics were to exchange between the two parties. Officials further added that the accused, however, managed to escape. 31-May-2017
S.Africa grapples with past as protest v South Africa has seen an explosion of anger in recent weeks -- with township residents burning tyres and attacking police over a lack of employment, shortages of electricity and water, as well as sub-standard education and healthcare. The flare-ups are known locally as "service delivery protests". 31-May-2017
Great time for actresses to grow in Boll New Delhi, May 31 (ANI): Actress Manisha Koirala, who is making her comeback with forthcoming film 'Dear Maya' thinks it is a great time for actresses to grow in Bollywood. Manisha, who was in the national capital to promote her film, said that even the subjects which are chosen nowadays are the best things which one could ever expect. The 'Bombay' actress has emerged strong from her long battle with cancer and other personal crisis. The film 'Dear Maya', which is directed by debutante Sunaina Bhatnagar, is slated for release on June 2. In the film, Koirala is seen playing the role of a recluse, who falls prey to a thoughtless prank and then goes missing. 31-May-2017
U.S. stages successful test of ICBM defe The Pentagon on Tuesday cheered a successful, first-ever missile defense test involving a simulated attack by an intercontinental ballistic missile, in a major milestone for a program meant to defend against a mounting North Korean threat. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-May-2017
Pentagon successfully tests ICBM defense The U.S. military Tuesday cheering a successful, first-ever missile defense test involving a simulated attack by an intercontinental ballistic missile -- as North Korea aims to perfect an ICBM of its own. Jonah Green reports. 31-May-2017
Police on motorbikes chase down proteste Riot police on motorbikes chased protesters while firing tear gas, as clashes erupted once more on Tuesday between security forces and opposition protesters in the streets of Caracas. 31-May-2017
Newly released Chibok girls arrive at re A ceremony welcoming 82 newly rescued Chibok girls to a government rehabilitation facility takes place in Abuja. 31-May-2017
S.Sudan troops tried for rape, murder in A South Sudan military court begins the trial of 13 soldiers accused of raping foreign aid workers and murdering a local journalist during fighting in Juba last July. The chilling attack cast a spotlight on atrocities by government troops but also led to a damning probe into the failure of United Nations peacekeepers to protect civilians. 31-May-2017
Spicer spars with reporters on 'fake new At his first White House briefing since the president returned from his overseas trip, Sean Spicer condemned what he saw as false narratives coming from the press. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-May-2017
Astronaut Thomas Pesquet to return to Ea Three days ahead of his return to Earth, French astronaut Thomas Pesquet shares with AFP his reflections on spending six months on board the International Space Station. Among other impressions, Pesquet shares his appreciation for the fragility of his home planet. "You don't realise how thin the atmosphere is," he says "you don't realise how easily we can harm the planet and how important it is to protect it. We only have one." 31-May-2017
Generation homeless: trying to help Egyp For Egypt's government and civil society groups, tackling the growing problem of street children -- some from second- and even third-generation homeless families -- is proving difficult. 31-May-2017
Kenya unveils first new railway in a cen More than a century after a colonial railway gave birth to modern Kenya, the country is betting on a new Chinese-built route to cement its position as the gateway to East Africa. 31-May-2017
Trump and Merkel 'get along very well': White House Spokesman Sean Spicer says President Trump respects German Chancellor Angela Merkel and accuses the media of misquoting Merkel on Europe's ties with the U.S. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-May-2017
Panamanians react to ex-dictator Noriega "We lived a very ugly experience" under General Manuel Noriega's dictatorship, a Panamanian recall, after Noriega died in Panama City's public hospital. 31-May-2017
9 BSF jawans injured in mortar blast Jaisalmer (Rajasthan), May 30 (ANI): In an unfortunate incident, atleast nine Border Security Force (BSF) personnel were injured when a mortar accidently exploded during a training exercise in Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer on Tuesday. Two critically injured jawans were airlifted to Jodhpur while the other injured were taken to Ramgarh for medical aid. The troops were participating in a firing exercise. 31-May-2017
Commuters react as Manchester station re A train station next to the scene of last week's suicide bombing in Manchester reopens for the first time since the carnage in which 22 people were killed as the city slowly returns to normal. 31-May-2017
Dragon boats take to Hong Kong waters fo Paddlers take the water in Hong Kong for the annual Dragon Boat Festival, a centuries-old Chinese tradition with teams competing in various locations around the city. 31-May-2017
Ludhiana STF arrests 2 persons with 5- k Ludhiana (Punjab), May 30 (ANI): At least two persons from Indo-Pak border near Ferozepur were arrested in connection with drug trafficking by the Ludhiana Special Task Force (STF) on Tuesday. The team also recovered five kilogram heroin, valued Rs. 25 crore in the international market. Earlier this month, the Punjab Police nabbed two Nigerian nationals from New Delhi and recovered two packets of one kilogram of heroin buried in deserted places in Punjab. 31-May-2017
Prime Minister Modi departs for Madrid a Berlin (Germany), May 30 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday left for Spain's Madrid after concluding his successful and flourishing tour to Germany. During the visit, PM Modi exchanged several MoUs with Germany in sectors of education, urban development and digital policy. Prime Minister Modi arrived on the first leg of his four-nation tour to Germany on Monday. 31-May-2017
PM Modi calls on German President Frank- Berlin (Germany), May 30 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called on German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier at Castle Bellevue in Berlin, with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two nations. During the meeting the two leaders could be seen discussing issues to reaffirm their stand to resolve for strong and dynamic relationship. Prime Minister Modi arrived on the first leg of his four-nation tour to Germany on Monday. 31-May-2017
Watch: PM Modi, Angela Merkel shake hand Berlin (Germany), May 30 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel shook hands in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Germany's Berlin on Tuesday. Earlier, PM Modi clicked a group photograph with the Indian and German CEOs, after the plenary meeting of the inter-governmental consultations. Prime Minister Modi arrived on the first leg of his four-nation tour to Germany on Monday. 31-May-2017
Iraqi forces pound IS-held areas in west Iraqi forces shell Islamic State group jihadists in west Mosul , as they fight to retake the last IS-held areas in the city. 31-May-2017
Sri Lanka deploys more troops as flood t Thousands of Sri Lankan troops battle to get relief supplies to over half a million people displaced by the island's worst flooding for 14 years, which has killed at least 180 people. 31-May-2017
Nigeria's women affairs minister receive Eighty-two young women who have recently been released after being kidnapped three years ago by Boko Haram, are handed over to the Ministry of Women's Affairs. 31-May-2017
Advani, Uma Bharti Charged For Babri Dem After being granted bail, top BJP leaders embroiled in the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition case have been charged with criminal conspiracy for the destruction of the mosque by a Hindu mob. 31-May-2017
Babri Demolition Kar Sewaks Remain Defia As senior leaders of the BJP are charged with criminal conspiracy in the Babri demolition case of 1992, kar sewaks who were involved in the razing of the mosque remain unrepentant. 31-May-2017
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