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.
The government has finally announced a one-rank-one-pension scheme, but several protesting veterans aren't entirely happy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi delighted commuters on the Janpath Metro by clicking selfies on his way to flag off the Badarpur-Faridabad Metro Line.
Hardik Patel announced the postponement till September 13 of his 'reverse Dandi yatra' over the Patel quota issue, which was scheduled to be taken out Sunday.
Here are the guys who put in the hard toil and glean data for Housing.com's app.
SS Bassi says that age shouldn't become a reason for people not being abreast with technology.
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has stepped down from the governing council of The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri). She has cited "moral responsibility" over the sexual harassment case involving RK Pachauri while submitting her resignation from the board of governing council of the think-tank.
In an unprecedented step, India's Enforcement Directorate has been asked by the Interpol why it should issue a Red Corner notice for Lalit Modi.
Irked at the failure of the Delhi Police to bring an accused to court even after non-bailable warrants were issued against him, the Supreme Court has issued a contempt of court notice to Police Commissioner B S Bassi.
The I&B ministry has a newly-created task of measuring the word count of foreign-articles written to mark PM Modi's trip to the Unite States.
Off The Front Page
A Mumbai-based Sunni Muslim organisation has approached the Union Home Minister and the Iranian Consulate in India seeking a ban on the latest Majid Majidi film Muhammad: Messenger of God, calling it “blasphemous for more than one reason”.
In a welcome twist, the Shiv Sena newspaper has slammed "radical outfits" who engineered the murder of rationalist, MM Kalburgi.
10,000 people from 50 villages working together for 4 years have managed to re-divert a river back to its natural course.
Here's the teacher in Jaipur who mothers and bathes her students.
Gold smuggling has become lucrative again and customs officials are now scanning everything from chocolate wrappers, tv sets, staple pins and even mud to catch smuggled gold.
Alexander Bauer says that bemoaning the destruction of cultural monuments only plays into the hands of organisations such as IS.
Manu Joseph says that the immigrant experience--internationally--reveals a complicated relationship to the idea of 'home.'
Malem Ningthouja says that the violence in Manipur is the result of several competing pressures from various sub-groups.
Contact HuffPost India