Actor Kushboo has meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi, as she joins in Congress party on Wednesday. Kushboo said Congress party is the only one party to hold all sections of the society together and she is excited to work with party members. The former campaigner of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Kushboo met Congress president Sonia Gandhi at her 10 Janpath residence in New Delhi, where she was accompanied by Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president E. V. K. S. Elangovan and general secretary in-charge of the State Mukul Wasnik. Kushboo said it is the most delightful moment in her life and she feel like I am at home. She is very proud to join in the Congress Party and she wants to work for the good of the country. Kushboo has played major role in campaigning for the DMK in both Assembly and the last Lok Sabha elections earlier this year. She also faced few instances of open hostility between her and Stalin supporters, which makes her to resignation from the DMK party's primary membership.
Australian Opener Phillip Hughes died on Thursday afternoon at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney, after being struck by a ball to his head during South Australia's Sheffield Shield match with New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday. Australian team doctor Peter Brukner has released a statement that ‘it is my sad duty to inform you all that a short time ago Phillip Hughes passed away. Peter Brukner said Phillip Hughes was in induced coma after being struck with ball by a Sean Abbott bouncer during a Sheffield Shield match in between South Australia and New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday. Hughes' life-threatening injuries, in spite of wearing a helmet, which sent shockwaves through the cricketing world. Australia Cricket Captain Michael Clarke arrives at St Vincents Hospital at 6am this morning after leaving from Hospital at midnight. Australian Cricketers Aaron Finch, Matthew Wade, Brett Lee, Shane Watson, Brad Haddin, Steve Smith and Moises Henriques spotted at St Vincent's Hospital yesterday to visit Phillip Hughes. Cricket Australia said in statement that Phillip Hughes was not in pain before he died and was surrounded by his family and close friends.
Jammu & Kashmir Assembly Elections: India Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi are likely to take part in the Jammu & Kashmir Assembly Elections campaign, where both the leaders will address in several election rallies in the Kashmir Valley. Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi are likely to address in public rallies in the Kashmir Valley next week. 64-year-old Narendra Modi will address in two Assembly election rallies in the Kashmir Valley in the first week of December, while Rahul Gandhi is likely to arrive here on Tuesday to be part of the election campaign for his Congress party candidates in the frontier districts of Kupwara and Poonch. According to sources, Modi will address in election rallies in Srinagar and southern Anantnag town on December 6, but the Bharatiya Janata Party has not released any official details so far. Meanwhile, Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi will also visit Jammu & Kashmir for his party candidates to address in election rallies.
Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah and health minister U.T. Khader have launched of ‘108’ ambulances at Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru on Tuesday. Siddaramaiah excited to kick off 198 new ambulances of the 108 service under the Arogya Kavacha scheme of the Department of Health and Family Welfare in the city. According to sources Siddaramaiah had meet AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh to discuss over postpone the proposed cabinet reshuffle, where if you feel that the issue is not conducive for a cabinet reshuffle. Siddaramaiah insists that the Karnataka state government has been committed to ensuring that backward classes and minorities could benefit from the 108 ambulance service. Siddaramaiah feels after adding around 198 ambulances, the 108 ambulance service has 715 ambulances at the moment and the new ambulances were added to see that there is at least one ambulance for a population of one lakh.
Bengaluru Police have been arrested six people for harassing women in the city on Saturday night around 11:30 PM in the heart of the city near famous MG Road. The women, who was in a car outside a popular ice-cream parlor, where the six people shot the video on a cell phone. The 45-second video shows that, Bengaluru Women Shouting for help caught on Mobile Phone. Meanwhile, Bengaluru Police Commissioner MN Reddi said we have been arrested six people within 48 hours of registration of case and we have succeeded in arresting people. He added the arrested people have confessed, which it shows down to eve-teasing. They have found women alone near ice-cream parlor in MG Road on Sunday night and they have harassed her and shoot video. However, the women has managed to take video of the men, where she have submitted to the Bengaluru police. The grainy video shows that the men were standing around and the women crying for help persistently.
Narendra Modi Visit Nepal: India Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived here in Kathmandu to attend the 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit on Tuesday. PM Modi was schedule to meet Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala to talk about bilateral issues and signing of a number of bilateral agreements with the Himalayan nation. On Tuesday, Narendra Modi announced that India expected Nepal to draft an inclusive Constitution, which he want to request all political stakeholders to draft the Constitution soon by next year as committed through consensus and it will reflect aspirations of all communities including Madhesis, Pahadis and Maoists. Modi also discussed several strategic issues including defence and security in his 40-minutes meeting with Sushil Koirala. Nepal PM Sushil Koirala is likely to host a banquet for all the SAARC leaders in the evening. On the following day, the all leaders are going to hold a retreat session at Dhulikhel after which they will adopt the Kathmandu Declaration. Meanwhile, Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav will be hosting a private dinner for all the leaders on the concluding day after. Modi is likely to return back to New Delhi on Thursday.
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi reportedly agreed the list of corporation and board chairmen in Karnataka, where CM Siddaramaiah had submitted a list of 85 members to the Congress high command on Friday. Siddaramaiah and Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president G Parameshwara has joined along with AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh and others senior leaders meet Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Friday. G Parameshwara insists that Karnataka state unit’s recommendations filled with six district unit presidents and 14 state-level office-bearers. It also includes twenty-five per cent each women and youth Congress workers will also be selected for the probable’s list. However, the Congress Party has tried to give representation to all regions, religions and castes said in a statement in New Delhi on Friday. Siddaramaiah has released the list of probable’s on Friday followed by Vasanthi Shivanna, KPCC member, Rani Satish, former minister, M Ramachandrappa, ex-Mayor of Bengaluru, Anand Kumar, vice president-Kisan Cell, C R Narayanappa, former KPCC general secretary, Hiriyanna Swamy, KPCC secretary, Shafiulla, KPCC secretary, Kamalamma, KPCC general secretary, Krupa Alva, Mangaluru, Mallajamma, A N Mahesh, district general secretary, Chikkamagaluru, M L Murthy, former district president, M A Gafoor, KPCC secretary, L Manjunathaiah, KPCC general secretary, H R Bhaskar Chitradurga, Marigowda Patil, district president, Gaddadevara Math, DCC, J Narasimha Swamy, Doddaballapura, Niveditha Alva, KPCC general secretary, S M Anand, KPCC general secretary, R Raghu, Mysuru, N Manjunath, Schedule Caste Cell, KPCC, K P Chandrakala, Kodagu and KPCC secretary, J Huchappa. Meanwhile, the list also included J S Anjaneyalu, Ballari DCC president, Venkatarao Ghorpade, secretary KPCC, R Narayan Bellavi, Kadur Nanjappa, secretary KPCC, Krishnam Raju, ex-BDA member, KPCC secretary, B P Manjula, Chamarajanagar, V S Aradya, ex-secretary KPCC, S Manohar, former youth Congress president, Anant, Mysuru, N S Ratnaprabha, AICC member, K Marigowda, Mysuru, Jalaja Naik, former MLC, Davangere, Nagarada Mahadevappa, Shivamogga, S S Prakasham, general secretary KPCC, B S Shivanna, Malavalli, Noorulla Sharief, Chitradurga, and Sushma Rajagopalareddy, vice president Women’s wing.
Narendra Modi Updates: India Prime Minister Narendra Modi invites United States President Barack Obama as the Chief guest at India's Republic day parade in January, where both the nations have been announced a statement on Friday. Barack Obama will be the first US president to be honor on the event, where both the leaders might discuss over India-US ties and strategic partnership. On Friday, The White House has released a statement over Prez Barack Obama is likely to arrive in India to be the guest of honor on the occasion. Modi has tweeted that This Republic Day, we hope to have a friend over invited President Barack Obama to be the first United States president to grace the occasion as chief guest. The White House officials released a statement that At the invitation of Prime Minister Modi, the President will travel to India in January 2015 to participate in the Indian Republic Day celebration in Capital New Delhi as the Chief Guest. Barack Obama is likely to visit India for second time, where he was first visit in November 2010 as United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government's term, which he was invited by former prime minister Manmohan Singh. Obama had addressed a joint session of parliament.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president G Parameshwara has arrived here in New Delhi on Thursday, where the two leaders are likely to meet Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi over to finalize the various state-owned boards and corporations. According to sources, Siddaramaiah and Parameshwara have been carrying names of their supporters and followers. Siddaramaiah and Parameshwara are likely to meet AICC president Sonia Gandhi, vice-president Rahul Gandhi and AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh, who was the in-charge of party affairs in the Karnataka state. According to sources, the first phase of list as many as 70 boards and corporations, 25 urban development and planning authorities might be finalized in the national capital. The high priority has been allowed to district Congress presidents, KPCC office-bearers, who had missed tickets to contest in the 2013 Karnataka Assembly election. Meanwhile, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee is expecting to offer posts for Gurappa Naidu, Jayanthi Bhagavan, Chand Pasha, V S Aradhya, Vasanthi Shivanna, T V Maruthi, M A Hussain, Mysore Dase Gowda, Nagaraj Yadav, Malavalli Shivanna, Chandrashekar Raju, Manohar of the Youth Congress wing.
Narendra Modi Latest Updates: India Prime Minister Narendra Modi has return back to India on Thursday after his nine day foreign trip, where he had visit Myanmar, Australia and Fiji during his high profile international engagements including G-20 summit. Narendra Modi, who was flying in a special Air India Flight, where he was landed at the Delhi International airport here at 7:15 am on Thursday after his 14-hour flight from Fiji capital Suva with a two-hour refueling halt at Yangon in Myanmar. During the three nation tour, Narendra Modi has attended the East Asia and ASEAN-India Summits in Myanmar, later he travel to Australia to be part of the G-20 Summit and held bilateral with his Australian and Fijian counterparts. Narendra Modi also meet Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak, Russian Premier Dmitry Medvedev, and Thai counterpart Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha on the sidelines of the summits. Meanwhile, Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and other dignitaries have been received the PM Modi at Delhi International airport on Thursday. Modi also addressed at Allphones Arena Sydney saying if anyone of you want to contribute new ideas to India, they can write their suggestions on mygov.in.
Robo-cops have been well trained in California to patrol hi-tech firms, which it features aser scanners, cameras, microphones and sensors. Robots won’t carry any weapons, but it will send alert messages to Police and Controllers. Report says Robots are capable to monitor every region for potential crimes. Meanwhile, the five foot tall robots have been packed with microphones, speakers and sensors, which it will be gone on patrol in silicon Valley. The five foot tall robots will be having a combination of laser scanning, wheel encoders, inertial measurements and GPS, which it will allows fully autonomous operation and charging. It also packed with odour detectors and it will also able to monitor air pollution as it travels around. Inventors also reveals that Robo cops also read around 300 car number plates in a minute, allowing them to monitor traffic. The Knightscope K5 robot security guards are 5ft tall robots, which it will carry along with GPS, lasers, and heat-detecting technology. The robots are well designed to function without any human manipulation and built with surveillance cameras, sensors, odor detectors, thermal imaging system, and scanners. During on patrolling duty, Robo-cops uses lasers to calculate the distance and also relies on its GPS system.
Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi and Vice president Rahul Gandhi are likely to address in public rallies for their party candidates in Jammu and Kashmir regions in the first phase of the State Assembly elections. The Jammu and Kashmir first schedule elections will kick off on November 25, where Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are going to campaign for the party candidates on Friday November 21. Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President, Prof Saif-uddin-Soz has released a statement that Sonia Gandhi will take part in public rallies in Bandipora and Ramban districts of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday, where she is likely to arrive here in Bandipora around 10:00 AM. Later, she will address a rally in Ramban town. Congress senior leader Gulam Nabi Azad will join along with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in Jammu Kashmir Assembly election campaign, as the party has won only 6 out of 15 seats in 2008 Assembly elections, particularly 5 seats out of 6 seats in Chenab Valley, home soil of Azad.