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Farmers gather for Mumbai rally; Sharad Pawar present, Shiv Sena sends youth wing chief

Leaders of the distinguished events in Maharashtra joined a gathering of farmers at Mumbai’s Azad Maidan on Monday. Read extra

Delhi HC reiterates ‘voluntary to download WhatsApp on mobile, not mandatory’

The Delhi High Court on Monday reiterated that it was not a compulsion to obtain the WhatsApp cellular application however voluntary.” Read more

Sikkim goes back to non-partisan polls after more than a decade

Tiny Himalayan state of Sikkim is all set to return to non-partisan form of elections after more than a decade. Read more

Naku La clash: China trying to open new front, test India’s defence, say experts

The latest face-off involving Chinese troops at Naku La in Sikkim appears to be part of a larger effort to both test India’s defences and open a new front. Read more

India vs Australia: ‘He really enjoys a battle,’ Andy Flower lauds ‘outstanding’ Rishabh Pant

Former Zimbabwe captain Andy Flower praised Rishabh Pant for his fighting spirit in Australia to help India win the Test series 2-1. Read more

Neena Gupta asks fans if it’s okay to need people in life, here’s what they said

Known for breaking the stereotypes and asking important questions, Neena Gupta is making headlines once again. Read more

Skoda Kushaq SUV, rival to Creta, will get two engine and three gearbox options

Skoda Kushaq SUV, rival to Creta, will get two engine and three gearbox options. Underlining how the mid-size SUV will be made in India but made for the world, Skoda recently released more images. Read extra

Customer leaves $200 tip for every worker in Colorado café, garners reward

Notchtop Bakery & Café in Estes Park, Colorado shared a publish on their Facebook web page that has warmed netizens’ hearts. Read extra

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