Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, left and Kumar Vishwas at a farmer’s rally. (Photo: AP)

A Chinese rescue team evacuated by an Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter from Lamabagar, at Kathmandu airport. (Photo: PTI)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi paying obeisance in front of a statue of Lord Buddha. (Photo: PTI)

Nepalese Sherpas rest as they climb Mount Everest. (Photo: AP)

Personnel remove the bodies of two gunmen in Garland, Texas. (Photo: AP)

BJP President Amit Shah arrives in Dehradun for party state executive meeting on Sunday. (Photo: PTI)

Arvind Kejriwal, Najeeb Jung set for clash over files (Photo: PTI)

Nepalese women collect belongings from their damaged home in Sankhu town in the Kathmandu Valley on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

Metros

Government to check online liquor sale

The Delhi government is planning to cut down online sale of liquor in the national capital region and has decided to train its guns on companies selling liquor online.

Newsmakers

British royal baby named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

Prince William and his wife Kate announced on Monday that their new baby princess will be called Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, as the sound of gun salutes and bells pealing rang out over London.

Sports

I was in bed for two days after World Cup semifinal loss: Imran Tahir

Proteas spinner Imran Tahir — currently playing for the Delhi Daredevils in the IPL — tells us he stayed in bed for two days because of the shock of his team’s World Cup semi-finals loss

Editorial

Television overkill

In asking the Indian media to go home, Nepal’s Twitterati may have expressed themselves in very harsh tones, but there is more than a modicum of truth to the insensitivity of saturation television cov

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