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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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2016-08-12T22:02:51+05:30
  • Melbourne
    A provocative mural of Hillary Clinton in a skimpy swim suit being covered up with a ‘niqab’ by the artist Lushsux
  • New Delhi
    Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal heading off to the hills for a vipassana course that is said to be his 23rd
  • New Jersey
    Trump Taj Mahal, the Donald’s casino in Atlantic City, shutting down next month, leaving 3,000 jobless
  • Mumbai
    Censor board chief Pahlaj Nihalani mooting a ‘Q’ certificate for films that are “clean and uphold Indian traditions and values”
  • Calcutta
    Plans to build “fish ladders” in the Ganga near Farakka barrage to help the breeding of hilsa in freshwater
  • Agra
    Tulsi emerging as a cash crop with farmers earning thrice their investment
  • Pondicherry
    Pondicherry University cracking down on campus mag Widerstand for being critical of the Modi government
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