You can’t buy an Indian newspaper but you can find some useful articles about India online.
There are more than 1,300 newspapers in India, most of them English-language.
Below you can see some of the best articles on Indian politics, health, arts, and sports, all available on the official Indian news portals.
Read more:Indian prime minister Narendra Modi delivers his first address in India on Sunday in New Delhi.
The address was attended by many leaders and dignitaries.
Read more:India’s first woman president Pranab Mukherjee is the country’s first female head of state.
Read an extract from a New Delhi newspaper article On Friday, Modi addressed a joint session of Parliament in which he promised to increase spending on schools and colleges.
Read the full article:India to launch new national sport: News18 article News18’s new app, News18, will stream news in Indian and English for free on a smartphone.
News18 was launched on March 6 and aims to provide a comprehensive, localised and up-to-date coverage of India’s most important issues.
The app has been downloaded more than 4 million times.
Read article:Indonesia to introduce an alcohol tax: NREGA article Indonesia has been considering a plan to impose an alcohol excise tax on alcohol imports.
Indonesia’s National Revenue Authority has proposed to levy a 3% excise tax for every litre of alcohol imported into the country, and a 10% tax on the amount of alcohol consumed in a bar.
Read the full story:Indias first female president Prinab Mukheda visits the United Nations General Assembly.
She is India’s first women president.
Read a short article from News18 about Prinibhan’s trip to New Delhi:Theresa May arrives in New York on Tuesday.
Theresa is the UK’s first prime minister to visit the United States.
She has been on a three-day trip to the United Kingdom to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Washington.
Read our coverage of the first meeting of the G7.
Read our article:What to expect from India’s G7 leaders in the lead-up to the G8 summit: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, British Prime Minister Theresa May, US President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker are in New Jersey on Monday for the G20 Summit.
Read More:India is in the midst of a severe drought, and the government is scrambling to provide water to millions of people.
India is facing a massive shortage of water, and water supplies are running low.
Read The Associated Press’ full coverage of G20: