The Morning Wrap is HuffPost India's selection of interesting news and opinion from the day's newspapers. Subscribe here to receive it in your inbox each weekday morning.
A bomb blast in Thailand has killed at least 27 and injured 78.
These plants that are engineered to grow in salt-water, in Tamil Nadu, may be the future of agriculture.
The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the conviction of Vikas Yadav, son of a politician in Uttar Pradesh; his cousin Vishal Yadav; and an accomplice, Sukhdev Pehelwan, in the 2002 Nitish Katara murder case.
Two Indians have designed a garbage bin that gives free WiFi in exchange for using the receptacle.
Sidharth Balachandran ponders if having kids is worth it.
Here are 7 legendary myths perpetuated--and now busted for you--by the internet.
In his address at Dubai, Modi made an indirect reference to Pakistan and terror.
The Comptroller and Auditor General in a report has accused Delhi's three, major private power distribution companies (discoms) for unfairly staking claim to Rs 8,000 crore-dues from consumers.
An Indian and a Pakistani have confessed to killing the elderly owners of a Brescia pizzeria in a mafia-style slaying that has shocked Italy.
An estimated 70 per cent of about 1.5 crore voters of Sri Lanka on Monday exercised their franchise in the eighth parliamentary elections.
Off The Front Page
Rebuked for peeing on the road, a drunk driver rode his truck over eight, who were sleeping on a pavement and killed 5 of them.
Documents show that terror mastermind Osama bin Laden in a 1993 speech asked supporters to boycott American goods and invoked Mahatma Gandhi as an example of a similar struggle against the British.
Aditi Chauhan, who played for English football club West Ham Ladies, in an FA Women’s Premier League game, became the first Indian player to competitively play in England.
National Film Archive of India (NFAI), after decades of negotiation with Bangladesh, has finally succeeded in obtaining a rare, original print of the country’s first talkie version of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay classic novella Devdas.
Mythili Sundar says that several Radhe Maa flourish in India because of religion's sway over people.
Ashok Desai delves into the early-20th-century history of matchboxes and their relationship to tax.