NORTH

  • Promo: Killing fields of North India 3 days ago

    Unseasonal rains have destroyed over 10 lakh hectares of standing crop across the country. The situation is no different in Harnaul, Matura, where farmers suffered huge losses due to unseasonal rains. One of the major problems is that the farmer who does not own land will not get compensation as...
  • Unseasonal rainfall across North and West India damages crops March 16, 2015

    North and West India have been hit by unseasonal rainfall and hailstorms which have damaged standing crops worth thousands of crore rupees. It has led to a spectre of price rise and hoarding. ...
  • Heavy rains across north India cause damage to crops in several states March 2, 2015

    Just ahead of the summer, the rain has brought the mercury level down in the national capital and heavy snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir and showers in many parts of North India has brought temperature down by 5-10 degrees. The Met Department has predicted more rains in the next 24-48...
  • Watch: Young Leaders Connect 2014 held in Delhi January 17, 2015

    'A strong North-East is India's asset' was the theme for Young Leaders Connect 2014 held in Delhi. The event saw active participation of young leader and achievers. ...
  • Sony's 'The Interview' a hit as movie goers flock to US theatres December 26, 2014

    Sony's 'The Interview' is about a fictional plot assassinating North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is already a hit as movie goers flock to US theatres. Tickets in most places have been sold out. ...
  • CEO Sony Pictures Lynton expresses disappointment on President Obama's comments December 22, 2014

    US President Barack Obama spoke out on the controversy surrounding the alleged hacking attack on Sony Pictures over the film 'The Interview' which is about a fictional assassination attempt on North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un. ...
  • Mercury dip, fog in north India affect travel business December 22, 2014

    Cold wave has intensified in North India with the National capital recording its coldest day of the season on Sunday at a minimum of 4.8 degrees Celsius. Monday too remained cold with minimum temperature hovering around 5.7 degrees Celsius. ...
  • Hacking of Sony Pictures not an act of war but cyber-vandalism: Obama December 22, 2014

    US President Barack Obama spoke out on the controversy surrounding the alleged hacking attack on Sony Pictures over the film 'The Interview' which is about a fictional assassination attempt on North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un. ...
  • Fog covers north India, Delhi freezes at 4.8 degree Celsius December 22, 2014

    Cold wave has intensified in North India with the National capital recording its coldest day of the season on Sunday at a minimum of 4.8 degrees Celsius. Monday too remained cold with minimum temperature hovering around 5.7 degrees Celsius. ...
  • North Korea rubbishes US allegations calling them childish December 21, 2014

    North Korea has rubbished US allegations calling them childish. This after US President Barack Obama said they had enough information to prove Pyongyangs role in the audacious cyber attack. ...
  • Recent hack by North Korea an act of cyber-vandalism: Barack Obama December 21, 2014

    US President Barack Obama has called the recent hack by North Korea into the networks of technology company Sony, not as an act of war, but as an act of cyber-vandalism. ...
  • News 360: Supreme Court grants bail to Jayalalithaa October 17, 2014

    The Supreme Court has granted bail to former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa's and has suspended her sentence. This was the last chance for Jayalalithaa to get a bail before Diwali as the apex court will go on leave for a week after Friday. ...
  • North East attacks: Crimes or hate crimes? October 17, 2014

    A suspected hate crime was reported in Bangalore where a Manipuri student alleged that he was beaten up by people who demanded he speaks in Kannada. Three people had been arrested in connection with the case. ...
  • Kim Jong Un's recent public appearance raise speculations over his long absence October 16, 2014

    Days after Kim Jong Un made his public appearance after a long period of absence, speculations have arisen over his disappearing act. ...
  • Heavy rains wreak havoc in north India, 48 people dead so far August 19, 2014

    Heavy rains in Uttarakhand and Nepal have led to an increase in water levels in several rivers of Uttar Pradesh. 48 people have died in the state due to the flooding. The floods have affected nearly 1,500 villages in nine districts of UP. ...
  • Watch: Students, teachers hold protest in Delhi University over FYUP June 26, 2014

    Students, teachers protested outside the Art Faculty in Delhi University over the ongoing row regarding the FourYear Undergraduate Progamme. There is no end yet to the standoff between the University Grants Commission and Delhi University over the FourYear Undergraduate Programme. As a result of this, there are no admissions for...
  • Watch: Safety tips to beat the heat wave June 6, 2014

    North India is in the grip of an extreme heat wave with many states recording highest temperatures in years. Delhi recorded its hottest day in five years on Thursday with the maximum temperature soaring to 44.7 degree Celsius, that is 4 degrees above normal. CNNIBN takes calls of people across...
  • North India continues to reel under severe heat wave June 6, 2014

    Even as Monsoon hit Kerala on Friday, North India continues to reel under severe heat wave. ...
  • Want to meet Modi to seek repulsion of AFSPA: Irom Sharmila May 29, 2014

    Manipuri activist Irom Sharmila, who has been on hunger strike for over a decade, was in Delhi for a court hearing and hoped to meet PM Narendra Modi to seek the repulsion of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act. She was asked to appear in a 2006 case of attempting...
  • All eyes on Kolkata North as it goes to polls on May 12 May 8, 2014

    After the bastions of the Left voted on Wednesday, all eyes now on Kolkata North, which votes on Monday. ...
  • Fourway battle in North Kolkata with heavyweight candidates May 2, 2014

    It is a fourway fight in the North Kolkata constituency this election. The TMC, the BJP, the Congress and the Left Front have all fielded heavy weight candidates for the seat. ...
  • Bangalore dissapoints again, registers 50 pc voter turnout April 17, 2014

    India's IT city Bangalore has once again lived up to its dubious image of low turn out city. Despite the efforts made by the Election Commission and other non-governmental organizations, the voting percentage did not even touch 55 per cent in the three Lok Sabha seats - Bangalore North, Bangalore...
  • Delhi North East decoded at CNN-IBN-Microsoft Elections Analytics Centre April 10, 2014

    Watch all the election-related information on Delhi North East Lok Sabha seat at CNN-IBN-Microsoft Elections Analytics Centre. ...
  • There is no Modi wave, says Congress's Krishna Tirath March 28, 2014

    Congress candidate from North West Delhi Krishna Tirath has dismissed an Aam Aadmi Party trend or a Narendra Modi wave. She said, "If someone builds the wave based on the power of money, he cannot build a wave like that." ...
  • BJP leader Manoj Tiwari owns cash and assets over Rs 14 crore March 27, 2014

    Singer, actor and BJP leader from north East Delhi Manoj Tiwari has cash of Rs 4.5 lakh, bank deposits and investments valued at Rs 11 lakh. He has jewellery worth 3.7 lakh. The Cars he drives are worth Rs 91.4 Lakh. Tiwari has properties in Varanasi, Mumbai and Delhi...
  • UN conducts probe into N Korea jails, people forced to eat snakes February 18, 2014

    The United Nations conducted an investigation detailing horrific human rights abuses in North Korea where starving women were delivering babies in prison camps. People were forced to eat snakes and rats to survive. The UN now warning Kim Jong Un that he could face prosecution. ...
  • Attack on Arunachal youth leaves northeastern students fuming February 1, 2014

    The death of a student from Arunachal Pradesh in Delhi's Lajpat Nagar area has left the students from northeastern states fuming. "They don't treat us like people. We are Indians, we are happy being Indians but they differentiate us everywhere," said a student from north east on CNNIBN's India @9. ...
  • Security beefed at North Block ahead of Arvind Kejriwal's protest January 20, 2014

    Security has been beefed up ahead of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's proposed protest at North Block to press for the suspension of five policemen who defied Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti's order to arrest Ugandan women who he felt were involved in drug trafficking. ...
  • The Week That Wasn't Christmas special December 22, 2013

    On this special episode of 'The Week That Wasn't', Cyrus Broacha takes on Devyani Khobragade, AAP's referendum to form government in Delhi and 'Dhoom 3'. He also spoke to Santa Claus from North Pole about his journey around the world and bringing gifts for every one. ...
  • TWTW: Cyrus Broacha in conversation with Santa Claus December 22, 2013

    On this week Christmas special 'The Week That Wasn't', Cyrus Broacha talks to Santa Claus from North Pole about his journey around the world and bringing gifts for every one. ...