Tourists throng Kashmir's sarson ke khet.
The Top Videos of the Week, listed by Shailajanand Mishra.
Also see: Two white tiger cubs have fun.
And why a teacher has no religion.
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Why Is This Village Up For Sale?
They are so desperate that they are ready to sell their village.
Why have the residents of Phule Malwadi taken this drastic decision?
Tourists Throng Kashmir's Sarson Ke Khet
Hundreds of tiny yellow blossoms are nodding their pretty heads along the Gulmarg-Magam road.
How can passers-by not stop for a pic?
A Teacher Has No Religion
She's physically challenged and suffers from other health problems as well.
But that does stop Thaslima Nashrin from holding tuition classes for children from the surrounding villages.
And where does she take these classes?
Watch the video to find out.
Moradabad's Three-Foot Tall Candidate
The Uttar Pradesh local body elections are around the corner and candidates are campaigning to ensure they win.
Pravesh Chawla, who is contesting as an Independent, believes his height gives him an edge.
"The locals," he says, "have appealed to me to file my nomination. Cleanliness in my area is my priority."
Remember the Class 3 student from Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua district who recently asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to build her an 'achcha (nice) school'?
Well, her voice has been heard!
And even as her school is being repaired, little Seerat Naaz shares her next big dream.
Aww! Aren't These White Tiger Cubs Cute?
Location: New Delhi
They had a new playground and, boy, were they ready to play.
Watch these two white tiger cubs gambol for the first time in the white tiger enclosure at Delhi's Zoological Park.
A First! IAF Woman Officer Gets Gallantry Award
Location: New Delhi
Last year, Wing Commander Deepika Misra helped save 47 people in flood-ridden Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Misra -- who hails from Rajasthan -- was honoured with the Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry) for her act of 'exceptional courage'.
Now, That's How You Win Hearts!
During a recent visit to an Indian restaurant in Birmingham, this is how Britain's Prince William helped out.
The princess of Wales was unable to stop her laughter :)
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