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Narendra Modi’s only good news last week was the success of his selfie-with-daughter campaign on Twitter.
The Swachh Bharat campaign appears to have sputtered to life with cops in Agra arresting over 100 for public urination.
The Director of Devendra Prasad School (DPS) died today after being thrashed by a mob, after the bodies of two students were recovered from a ditch, in Bihar.
At the London Gay pride, CNN mistook a sex-toy flag for an ISIS insignia.
PM Modi held forth on farming and the weather, but made no mention of the dark clouds of scandal, in his public-radio address.
Medical researchers in Kolkata have found a set of genes that can trigger kidney stones among Indians.
The government has made daily yoga compulsory for the 10 lakh-strong central armed police forces (CAPF) and expects status reports everday.
The meteorological department has said that rains during July and August, the most important months for Indian agriculture, will be deficient.
Off The Front Page
In perhaps the first case of its kind, a judge has moved the Supreme Court, challenging a high court collegium, which bypassed his name for elevation, in view of a pending departmental inquiry against him.
Khaps in a UP village complain that they have been misunderstood about their opposition to the movie Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho.
The only connect, Louisiana governor and US President-hopeful, Bobby Jindal, has with India is an electricity bill.
A top Kolkata actress discovered her house was burgled despite 47 cctv cameras installed.
Mukul Kesavan scans through Western literature to make sense of the political drama in Delhi.
Sanjoy Narayan says that in the Indian economy, 10% is the new 8%.
Christophe Jafferlot points out that even as the country is in the throes of a ‘Make in India’ campaign, Indian businessmen seem to be investing outside the country.