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F-35 fuels Lockheed's sales

The F-35 fighter jet and C-130 military aircraft pumped up Lockheed Martin's quarterly revenue, pushing net sales past estimates. Fred Katayama reports.

31-Jan-2018
Biotech M&A boom sees Sanofi snapping up

French drugmaker Sanofi agrees to buy Belgian biotech company Ablynx for 3.9 billion euros ($4.8 billion), beating Novo Nordisk and marking its second big deal this month after buying Bioverativ. Amy Pollock reports.

31-Jan-2018
Guests treated to Chanel's floral themed

Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld commissioned a formal garden of terraces and lawns as the setting for his latest Paris Week fashion show. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

31-Jan-2018
Baby panda gets own enclosure at Belgium

Tian Bao, a giant panda born in Belgium in June 2016 was recently separated from his mother and moved into a new enclosure to start his adult life. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

31-Jan-2018
Scientists reconstruct face of 9,000-yea

A team of scientists from Athens University have created a silicone reconstruction of the face of a young woman from the Mesolithic period around 7,000 B.C.

31-Jan-2018
Lithuanian sheep 'baa-gs' record with ei

Margosha, a nine-year-old sheep, has given birth to eight lambs, snagging a record in Lithuania.

31-Jan-2018
DJI to launch 4K foldable drone worldwid

New Delhi, Jan 23 (ANI): World’s one of the leading drone manufacturer DJI is all set to launch a foldable drone with 4K recording feature. The latest drone by Chinese manufacturer, Mavic Air will four have foldable legs, a 4k camera, 3-way gimbal and an obstacle-avoidance system. The drone is expected to be a lighter version of DJI’s earlier version of spark. Its predecessor Spark costing $500 is known to be the best drone in the market at present.

31-Jan-2018
Google's Arts and Culture app's selfie f

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): Rejoice for selfie lovers in India, as Google's Arts and Culture app's selfie feature finally arrives in India. The viral selfie feature can match your selfie with a museum portrait somewhere in the world. This viral feature in Arts and Culture selfie feature app uses its database from more than 1,500 museum partners across 70 countries. The feature connects users to more than 6000 exhibitions. The feature in the app is available in both Android and Apple's iOS. Since its rollout, around 30 million people have used the feature by taking selfies.

31-Jan-2018
South Africa's black punks rock Soweto

South Africa is better known for its hip hop and house scenes, but black punk music is giving voice to a new generation of fans. David Doyle reports

31-Jan-2018
Facebook set to launch Desktop Stories

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): Social media giant Facebook is doubling down on 'Stories' by testing the ability to create them from desktop. The tech company is also considering a much more prominent placement for viewing 'Stories', from atop one's News Feedinstead of in the sidebar. "We are testing the option to create and share Stories from Facebook on desktop and are also testing moving the Stories tray from the top right corner to above News Feed, just like on mobile," TechCrunch quoted a Facebook spokesperson. By deciding to show 'Stories' above the News Feed instead of to the side, Facebook is clearly emphasising that the content deserves more attention. Moreover, the social media giant is even willing to push down its status update composer and News Feed posts to make room for this latest addition. Facebook launched 'Stories' in March 2017, pitching it as the second news feed for the social media website.

31-Jan-2018
Moscow gallery provides glimpse into lif

Gallery in Moscow provides glimpse into life and propaganda in North Korea. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)

31-Jan-2018
Questioned On Integrity, Punjab DSP Shoo

A Punjab Police DSP Baljinder Singh Sandhu shot himself in the head with his service revolver on Monday. The DSP was 50 years old and was posted at Jaito in Faridkot. Baljinder had gone to the college to resolve an issue between students and the local police. The students were protesting against “moral policing” by Jaitu Station House Officer Gurmeet Singh who had allegedly detaining three college students. 

30-Jan-2018
President and PM paid tribute on Rajghat

President Ramnath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute on Rajghat on Mahatma Gandhi's 70th death anniversary...

30-Jan-2018
Russian foreign minister heckled at Syri

Several delegates at a Syrian peace congress in Russia shout at Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as he makes a speech, accusing Moscow of killing civilians with its air strikes. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

30-Jan-2018
AAP And BJP Battle It Out Over Sealing D

A meeting was held between the Aam Admi Party and BJP leader to discuss the issue of the sealing drive in Delhi on Tuesday. The meeting was held at Kejriwal’s residence in Delhi. Kejriwal claimed that BJP controls three municipal corporations in the city but refused to discuss the issue with him. This has forced him to take the issue to the Supreme Court

30-Jan-2018
Emerged a case of rape with a 15-year-ol

Emerged a case of rape with a 15-year-old minor girl from last two years in Faridabad of Haryana...

30-Jan-2018
Killed in Kasganj violence, Chandan Gupt

Killed in Kasganj violence, Chandan Gupta's family members protested at police station...

30-Jan-2018
J and K residents shouldn't work with te

New Delhi, Jan 30 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party leader Vinay Katiyar, on Tuesday, said that residents of Jammu and Kashmir should not work or support the terrorists. It is not clear that the people who were killed in Shopian district are civilians or not. "People of Jammu and Kashmir should not work with terrorists. We don't even know if those killed in Shopian were civilians or not. Terrorist incidents are taking place there every day," said Katiyar.

30-Jan-2018
Pakistan violated ceasefire in Jammu an

Pakistan violated ceasefire in Nowshera in Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir, India responded by smashing...

30-Jan-2018
Boy shoots himself while video chatting

Patna (Bihar), Jan 30, (ANI): A boy named Bunty shot himself while video chatting with his girlfriend in Patna. A complaint was filed in the Beur Police Station and the police are yet to determine if it was a case of suicide or murder. A neighbor, who rushed to the site, believes that it might be a case of murder.

30-Jan-2018
Arvind Kejriwal spoke on BJP's ruckus at

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal spoke on BJP's ruckus at his residence on sealing issue...

30-Jan-2018
Bofors case: SC lawyer writes to Attorne

New Delhi, Jan 30 (ANI): Supreme Court lawyer Ajay Aggarwal, a petitioner in the Bofors case, has written a letter to Attorney General KK Venugopal requesting him to direct the CBI to immediately file a reply affidavit in the case with all necessary documents. Alleging the previous UPA government, Aggarwal said the UPA government and Rajiv Gandhi's family was involved so they wanted to sweep this case under the carpet. "The case would've been heard in 2009-10 but due to conspiracy by UPA government it couldn't be," added Aggarwal. The Bofors scandal, relating to alleged payment of kickbacks in procurement of Howitzer artillery guns, rocked the then government under Rajiv Gandhi in the early 1990s. The scandal triggered a massive political storm and led to the fall of his government.

30-Jan-2018
Some Pakistan supporters are disrupting

New Delhi, Jan 30 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party leader Vinay Katiyar, on Tuesday, said both Hindu and Muslim communities live peacefully in Kasganj but some pro-Pakistani people are raising pro Pakistan slogans. "Government should take stringent action against these pro- Pakistani people," said Katiyar. On January 26, communal clashes broke out at Kasganj in Uttar Pradesh and police have arrested 112 persons so far. Of these, 31 were named in the FIRs.

30-Jan-2018
15 kgs of gold stolen from Chalakudy jew

Thrissur (Kerala), Jan 30 (ANI): A major theft took place at a jewellery shop in Chalakudy town in Thrissur district of Kerala, where around 15 kilograms of gold and Rs 6 lakh was stolen. The theft happened at Edassery Jewellery located near the Chalakudy railway station. The incident came to light when the employees reached the shop in the morning following which they informed the police. The thieves used gas cutter to break into the shop. Meanwhile, finger print experts and dog squad are taking note of the spot.

30-Jan-2018
Manoj Tiwari spoke on BJP's ruckus at CM

Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari spoke on BJP's ruckus at CM Arvind Kejriwal's residence on sealing issue...

30-Jan-2018
President, PM Press For Simultaneous Ele

President Ram Nath Kovind backed the idea of simultaneous Lok Sabha and state elections in his speech marking the beginning of the budget session of parliament, repeating an idea that has been advocated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

30-Jan-2018
Pyongyang cancels joint performance with

North Korea has cancelled a joint cultural performance with South Korea scheduled for Feb. 4, putting the blame on South Korean media. Grace Lee reports.

30-Jan-2018
BJP's ruckus at CM Kejriwal's residence

BJP leaders and workers's ruckus at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's residence on sealing issue in Delhi...

30-Jan-2018
Watch: Pakistan violates ceasefire in No

Nowshera (J&K), Jan 30 (ANI): Pakistani Army initiated to unprovoked firing in Jammu and Kashmir's Nowshera sector on Tuesday.  Areas of Manpur, Danaka, Ganya Rajouri's Nowshera sector were affected by the ceasefire violation. Earlier on January 26, Pakistan restored to firing in Nowshera sector, injuring one person.

30-Jan-2018
Shocking! People watch as man falls from

Kochi (Kerala), Jan 30 (ANI): In a shocking incident, a public apathy came into the light after a video showing passers-by turn a blind eye to a man who fell from the fourth floor of a building went viral on social media on Monday night. CCTV footage showed, an auto-rickshaw was parked near the spot where he fell but the driver reversed his vehicle to ensure that it didn't touch the bleeding victim and left.

30-Jan-2018
Horrific! Class 1 student allegedly burn

Dindori (Madhya Pradesh), Jan 30 (ANI): In a horrific incident, a class 1 student was allegedly burnt by mid-day meal serving staff after she threw hot dal on him when he asked for an extra serving. The investigating officer said that the boy has burns on his face, cheeks and is admitted to a hospital in Dindori is stable now. The police have started an investigation.

30-Jan-2018
Martyrs Day: Nation pays tribute to Maha

Ahmedabad, Jan 30 (ANI): On 70th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad is paying tribute to Bapu. Prayers meet was organised at the Sabarmati Ashram on Tuesday. January 30 marks the assassination of Bapu Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in 1948 by Nathuram Godse. This day is observed as Martyrs' Day to pay homage to the people who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country. Prominent leaders from various political parties and other dignitaries paid floral tributes to the father of the nation at his Samadhi at Rajghat in national capital. 

30-Jan-2018
Watch: President Kovind, PM Modi pay tri

New Delhi, Jan 30 (ANI): President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi on his 70th death anniversary on Tuesday. Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu, Congress President Rahul Gandhi along with other senior dignitaries pay tributes Bapu at Rajghat. An inter-religious prayer was also organised to mark the day. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, 1948. This day is also observed as 'Martyrs Day' by the nation.

30-Jan-2018
Owaisi demands monthly allowance for tri

Sangareddy (Telangana), Jan 30 (ANI): All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen chief Asaduddin Owaisi criticised Triple Talaq Bill, which is expected to be discussed during the ongoing budget session and said the bill in current form was impractical, since the bill had no monetary provision for the victims of triple talaq practice. He added the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government must make provision of funds in 2018 budget for such women.

30-Jan-2018
Woman received triple talaq on Rs. 100 s

Thane (Maharashtra), Jan 30 (ANI): A woman in Thane district's Bhiwandi city has claimed that her husband has given triple talaq to her on Rs. 100 stamp paper. The victim said that she couldn’t understand in the beginning when she received the divorce papers on Rs. 100 stamp paper. She expressed her pain saying that her husband used to beat her because he demanded dowry and she couldn’t give it to him. She had no idea about anything as she was at home when she received the papers. 

30-Jan-2018
Watch: Injured snow leopard undergoes tr

Leh (Ladakh), Jan 30 (ANI): Wildlife Department Leh rescued a snow leopard that was found lying in an injured state near Liktse village and was unable to stand on its hind legs. The snow leopard was taken to the Veterinary Centre Skara where veterinary doctors are treating the injured wildcat, one of India’s endangered species. After being brought to Animal Husbandry Department’s Veterinary Centre at Skara, the snow leopard was tranquillised with sedative and antibiotics were given to the wildcat.

30-Jan-2018
Man Gets Pulled Into MRI Machine, Loses

A strange incident occurred in BMC run Nair Hospital of Mumbai on Saturday where a man named Rajesh Maru died after getting pulled into an MRI machine with the oxygen cylinder he allegedly carried into the room for his ailing relative.

30-Jan-2018
Punjab hosts ‘Birds Festival’ with o

Gurdaspur (Punjab), Jan 30 (ANI): Punjab organised its first ever bird festival with over 25,000 indigenous and migratory birds flocking the swamps of Gurdaspur district. The festival commenced with state tourism minister, Navjot Singh Sidhu, cutting the ribbon to mark the beginning of the event. The tourism minister promised state-of-the-art facilities for foreign tourists by next winter which is the period when migratory birds come for breeding.  Keshopur wetland is spread across 850 acres of land including several nearby village areas where around 30,000 migratory birds gather towards the end of winter season. However, the number of winged guests has decreased over a couple of years owing to climate change but it still remains one of the top destinations for the birds. Among the popular varieties of migratory birds visiting this wetland are Painted Stork, Black-headed Ibis, Ferruginous Pochard, and Oriental Darter among others.

30-Jan-2018
A husband gave three divorce by writing

A husband gave three divorce by writing on stamp paper on not getting dowry in Bhivandi of Maharashtra...

30-Jan-2018
38 Dead As Bus Plunges Off Bridge In Mu

At least 38 persons were killed after the bus they were travelling in smashed through the railing of a bridge and plunged into a canal at Daulatabad in Berhampore district of West Bengal on Monday.

30-Jan-2018
Swati Malival spoke on raped with 8-mont

Delhi Women's Commission Chairman Swati Malival spoke on raped with 8-month-old cousin sister in Dehli...

30-Jan-2018
A 27-year-old brother raped his 8-month-

A 27-year-old brother raped his 8-month-old cousin sister in Netaji Subhash Place area of Delhi...

30-Jan-2018
3 of a family held for peddling drug inj

Vadodara (Gujarat), Jan 30 (ANI): The Special Operations Group (SOG) arrested a family of three that sold drugs to young college students in the city. They bought the Fortwin injections from Uttar Pradesh and sold them to the customers in the city. SOG sleuths said the family had been in the business for last few years. Fortwin is used for reducing pain ahead of surgery and it is available only on prescription. But the injection that is available at cheap rates is sold illegally for a high price. Police also recovered a Skoda car and mobile phones from the gang. Further investigation is underway.

30-Jan-2018
Unique novel awareness campaign held aga

Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu), Jan 30 (ANI): Coimbatore district collector flagged off a total prohibition novel awareness campaign on Monday. Various organisations have been demanding ban on liquor in the state. Under this unique campaign, clowns wearing long wood legs organised a street play and danced to the beats of drum to spread awareness against illicit liquor. Through this campaign they demanded total prohibition on liquor in the state. The focus of this camping was to create awareness about ill effects of consuming liquor.   

30-Jan-2018
Gangster carrying Rs 50,000 reward shot

Hapur (Uttar Pradesh), Jan 30 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh police killed a gangster in an encounter in Hapur on late Monday night. The gangster had Rs 50 thousand rupees on his head. The U.P. police had been trying to nab the gangster ever since he escaped from prison in the month of December. The gangster, along with his companion, was on motorbike when it slipped and he tried to flee. He was shot dead by the police while running away.

30-Jan-2018
Horrific! 8-month-old girl allegedly rap

New Delhi, Jan 30 (ANI): In an inhuman incident, an 8-month-old girl was allegedly raped by her relative in the national capital. The 27-year-old accused, who shamed humanity, was her own cousin brother. Delhi Women Commission Chief Swati Maliwal questioned the system and demanded death sentence for rape accused involved in cases of minor victims. The child is struggling for life after being a victim of an atrocious crime. 

30-Jan-2018
Minor girl allegedly held hostage by fem

Haridwar (Uttarakhand), Jan 30 (ANI): A minor girl working as a domestic help for a senior judge was rescued by National Women Commission on Monday. The girl was allegedly denied food for long periods and beaten up by her employer frequently. Police raided the residence of the civil judge and found the minor with burns and injury marks on her body. The victim’s relatives had been repeatedly filing complaints against the judge in NCW. After High Court’s order, a team rescued the minor. The girl’s medical examination was done in district hospital

30-Jan-2018
CM Naidu welcomes Subrahmanyam Reddy in

Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh), Jan 30 (ANI): YSRCP leader from Chittoor district Subrahmanyam Reddy joined ruling Telugu Desam Party on Monday. Subrahmanyam Reddy had earlier contested against Chandrababu Naidu in Kuppam assembly constituency three times and lost all the times. Reddy was chairman of Chittoor zilla parishat. He has been in YSRCP since its inception. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu welcomed Subrahmanyam Reddy and his supporters into the party. He recollected the support he received from Kuppam in 1989 adding that the people of Kuppam supported him in spite of the fact that he never went there for campaign in any assembly elections. Speaking about Reddy, the CM said he is the only person who fought thrice against Naidu adding that he is a decent and dignified man. He added that Subrahmanyam understood TDP is the only party that develops the people. Further talking about development works, CM Naidu said, “I am sanctioning all funds needed for all-round development of Kuppam constituency. I have Laid CC roads, provided current, building drainages and only housing is pending.” He assured that by this march, water will be provided for all irrigation projects. The government is using high level technology for public welfare and development. “I brought many projects and industries for Kuppam. You believe me, I believe you,” CM Naidu said. He concluded his speech by saying, “politics is for people, not for selfish greed. Some are doing politics with selfish motives but my agenda is development. Kuppam is example for that.”

30-Jan-2018
FBI's McCabe stepping down amid attacks

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, criticized by President Donald Trump for alleged bias against him and in favor of his 2016 Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, has stepped down as the agency's No. 2 official.

30-Jan-2018
'Black sheep can be anywhere': Mehbooba

Jammu, Jan 30 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday commented on murder case against army men in Jammu and Kashmir assembly. Mufti said, "Black sheep can be anywhere." A political row erupted between the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the FIR filed against Army personnel in connection with the deaths of two civilians in Shopian district. Angry BJP legislators protested in the state Assembly demanding withdrawal of the case but chief minister Mehbooba Mufti was resolute that it would be taken to its logical conclusion. "If some Army officer has committed a mistake, an FIR has been lodged and it is the duty of the government to take it to a logical conclusion," Mufti said.

30-Jan-2018
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