From Afghanistan's decision to adopt Delhi government's 'happiness curriculum' in its schools to Tamil Nadu's farmer's learning classes on YouTube, read this and much more in this week's The Subcontinental Menu.
Why the ongoing Jangalmahal Cup is embroiled in an ugly dispute? Why does Punjab government plan to import sexed semen from US and British companies? Read to find out in this week's The Subcontinental Menu.
Why members of India's archery squad are required to visit crematoria at night to Bombay High Court's 'Baywatch' reference on need to adopt modern means. Read this and much more in this week's The Subcontinental Menu.
From Una's SP's measure to check bribe menace to Election Commission's unique plan to facilitate communication between the polling stations on election day in Meghalaya's Ranikor, we bring interesting reads from The Subcontinental Menu this week.
When they were returning to shore on Mumbai-Palghar coastline, fishermen brothers stumbled upon 'sea gold'. And why residents of a village in Rajasthan’s Barmer wanted to get village's name changed. Read all this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu.
In The Subcontinental Menu this week, read about an ashram in UP's Raebareli which has launched a pen made of paper, and a Sikh priest in England who has grown what might be the world’s longest cucumber.
A panchayat in Rajasthan’s Bundi ostracised a girl after for stepping on a titihari egg. Meanwhile, the prison department in Kerala is thinking of launching an upcoming prison museum. Read all this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu.
Why a police constable was awarded an all-expenses-paid honeymoon in Kerala to a forest department’s decision to christen their totemic elephant with a Sanskritised name. Read all this and much more here.