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#Express5: ‘An India-Pak story plays out again’, Modi cabinet to cut paper trail

Here are the top five must-read stories from today's paper.

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A screenshot of the Indian Express from today.

Here are the top 5 stories from today’s edition.

1. Read: ‘An India-Pak story plays out again’

India stretched their winning spree over Pakistan in World Cups by registering a 76-run win over Pakistan at Adelaide on Sunday. India’s Virat Kohli, who hit a century, was adjudged the man of the match.  “I don’t know, this keeps happening,” said Misbah-ul-Haq, the Pakistani skipper said when asked about the defeat.

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India maintain an all win record against Pakistan in World Cups. (Source: Reuters)

2. Read: ‘Modi Cabinet to cut paper trail, go Kindle’

The cabinet meetings of the Narendra Modi-government will soon go paper-less. There is a proposal to access cabinet notes on Kindle devices which the members will use at all meetings. After the meeting, the members will return the Kindle devices. The government’s technology arm has been instructed to implement this within six months.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

3. Read: ‘From UP stage, Bhagwat invokes Lohia; says all Indians are children of patriots’

Striking a conciliatory note, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said people might belong to different castes and religions, but their ideologies and values as well as ‘ancestors’ will be the same. He added that the RSS believes that the country is a single entity despite its diversity in languages, castes and sub-castes.

RSS members at Rastra Raksha Sangam in Kanpur on Sunday. (Vishal Srivastav)
RSS members at Rastra Raksha Sangam in Kanpur on Sunday. (Vishal Srivastav)

4. Read: ‘While Rahul stood still’

‘In a way, Kejrwal is where he is today because Rahul stands where he was,’ writes Vandita Mishra. The Aam Aadmi Party has slid into the place in Delhi, which was earlier occupied by the Congress, she writes. Kejriwal’s party could grow up to be the Congress, she adds.

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Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi attends the party central election authority’s meeting at the AICC office in New Delhi on Friday. (Express Photo by Anil Sharma)

5. Read: ‘V-Day on Feb 15’

With 107 from 126 balls, Virat Kohli’s dominating innings was one-third of India’s total of 300 runs on the board. With PM Modi tweeting and thousands of fans chanting, it was Kohli’s turn to rise on Sunday. He was adjudged the man of the match.

On Facebook, the maximum interaction came from Virat Kohli’s post. (Source: Reuters)
On Facebook, the maximum interaction came from Virat Kohli’s post. (Source: Reuters)