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7 Stories We Are Not Covering This Week

7 Stories We Are Not Covering This Week
7 Stories We Are Not Covering This Week
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2016-03-04T23:13:01+05:30
  • London
    Bombay-born artist Anish Kapoor establishing mono¬poly over ‘Vantablack’, the blackest paint in the world that absorbs 99.965 per cent of radition in the visible spectrum
  • Mumbai
    Hasnain Warekar, 35, a financial services employee, allegedly murdering 14 members of his family before killing himself
  • Surat
    Laljibhai Badshah, the diamond baron who offered to buy Narendra Modi’s suit for Rs 4 crore, donating Rs 200 crore for girls’ education
  • Patna
    Chief Minister Nitish Kumar having to borrow Rs 5 when a woman bus conductor asked him to pay the fare fora bus ride
  • Malappuram
    Two village panchayats, which are home to hundreds of twins, deciding to restrict the entry of visitors and photographers
  • London
    Prithvi Sridhar, 21, an “outstanding” Cambridge university engineering undergrad from Bangalore, being found...
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