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7 Stories We Are Not Covering This week

7 Stories We Are Not Covering This week
outlookindia.com
2016-06-25T11:39:32+0530
  • Mumbai
    Five MPhil degree holders, among 984 graduates, ­applying for a porter’s job, which requires a minimum educational qualification of fourth standard pass
  • Mysore
    Mahesh Chandra Guru, a journalism professor who had spoken out against Narendra Modi and Smriti Irani, being picked up for “insulting” Lord Rama
  • New Delhi
    Congressman Digvijay Singh promising Rs 2 lakh reward to anyone who bought chai from Narendra Modi or ­studied with him
  • Chandigarh
    Residents of Makkhipur ­agitating outside the CM’s house protesting the flies in their village
  • Ahmedabad
    Gujarat minister Shankar Chaudhary, an MBA grad, misspelling elephant as “elephent” in an impromptu school lesson
  • Dhaka
    All India Radio reviving its radio service for Bangladeshis through Akashvani Maitree, in which both countries will participate
  • Calcutta
    Bourne and Shepherd, the world’s largest running photographic studio, switching off the flash bulbs after 176 years of business

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