1) JNU Row: JNU Supporters Take out Solidarity March
JNU supporters today took out a solidarity march in support of arrested JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar. The Supreme Court is going to hear Kanhaiya’s plea tomorrow.
2) The Many Shades of Red: Kanhaiya Kumar, Communism and Free Speech
There’s something a lot of people seem to have forgotten in the polarised debate following the crackdown on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) – there’s more than just one kind of Communist.
3) Former Indian Cricket Captain Kapil Dev Under Income Tax Scanner
Former India cricket captain Kapil Dev is facing the heat from the IT department. Dev and his wife purchased shares of a company at a heavily discounted rate, documents accessed by The Quint show.
4) Was Sheena Bora Killed in a Car or at Peter’s Residence?
The CDR details from various locations – of Indrani, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna, driver Shyamwar Rai and her son Mikhail Bora, who was present in Mumbai on 24 April 2012 – raises doubts about the Mumbai Police and CBI’s assertion that Sheena was killed inside an Opel Astra somewhere in Pali Hill.
5) 5 Ways to Get the Androgynous Look on Point
A bit of the feminine fuses with a bit of the masculine and comes together to make a strong powerful statement that doesn’t rely on the notion of gender, but uplifts your very own individualistic.
6) DDCA Opposes Lodha Panel, Says Present System Is Good Enough
The Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) on Wednesday, rejected a number of recommendations of the Justice RM Lodha committee, asserting that the existing systems and procedures are capable of ensuring transparency in its functioning.
7) Watch Shane Warne Get Bitten on His Head by an Anaconda
Never the one to shy away from a bit of adventure, Australian spin legend Shane Warne ended up getting bitten on his head by an anaconda during his ongoing stint on a reality TV show.
8) Cheaper Than a McD Happy Meal, Android Smartphone Now for Rs 251
A little-known smartphone company based in Noida on Wednesday launched what they claim to be the world’s cheapest smartphone, priced at just Rs 251.