These news items dominated the headlines in India on Tuesday and were widely consumed and discussed. Do scroll through:
India will definitely get its growth back: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday urged corporate leaders to take an oath to make India self-reliant, listing five points for achieving the goal. Read More
Cyclone Nisarga likely to intensify, make landfall near Alibaug
Palghar, Pune, Thane, Mumbai, Raigad, Dhule and Nandurbar, Nashik are expected to receive heavy rainfall tomorrow. Read More
4 minors among 21 killed in landslides in Assam's Barak Valley
The region has been witnessing heavy rains since Monday which triggered the landslides. Read More
Jessica Lall murder case: Manu Sharma released from Tihar jail
Sharma, son of former Union minister Vinod Sharma, was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment by the Delhi High Court in December 2006 for killing Jessica Lal in 1999. Read More
Moody's rated Modi's handling of India's economy a step above junk: Rahul Gandhi
He said lack of support to the poor and small and medium industry indicates that the worst is yet to come. Read More
Manoj Tiwari sacked as Delhi BJP president
Adesh Kumar Gupta, former North Delhi Municipal Corporation Mayor and a sitting council from West Patel Nagar, has been appointed as the new president of Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party. Read More
What I learnt from WhatsApp groups about bhakts, liberals and governance
Messaging services, such as WhatsApp, are battlegrounds for detractors and supporters of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Narendra Modi government in India. Read More
Your View: Can India’s economy be revived?
Do you agree with PM Modi that India has already started economic recovery and that getting growth back is not very difficult? Share your views and suggestions below on what the country needs for economic recovery. Tell Us
This exuberant starlet has a fling with married superstar
Having a superstar in her kitty meant more, bigger film signings for her. How smart and convenient! Guess Who
5 secret billionaires who don't advertise their wealth
Every year, finance magazines such as Forbes and Fortune draw up a list of the richest people on the planet. Read More
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