A white tiger has killed an Indian student at Delhi zoo, AFP reported, citing officials.
Although the boy was inside the tiger's enclosure at the time of the attack, there seems to be some confusion as to how he entered.
Zoo manager Riaz Khan told AFP the teenager "seems to have leapt over the railings."
However, a witness told the Times Now television channel the boy was leaning over the barricade when he fell into the tiger enclosure.
The state of Kerala in southern India is introducing booze-free days to tackle excess drinking.
It will mean a ban on bars and shops selling alcohol across the area, which has the country's highest per capita alcohol consumption.
In the short term, the ban will be set on certain days - the local government plans total prohibition in 10 years.
Chief minister Oommen Chandy said: "We have finalised the details of the liquor policy that was recommended last evening by the UDF [United Democratic Front].
"This shows that we have no ulterior motives and making Kerala a dry state is not a political gimmick."
BKS Iyengar, the man credited with popularising yoga around the world, has died in hospital at the age of 95.
Iyengar began learning yoga aged 15 in a bid to overcome a series of illnesses he suffered as a child, and within three years he began teaching.
He developed his own style of yoga teaching, initially from his institute in the western Indian city of Pune and eventually spreading to more than 100 Iyengar yoga centres around the world. His book, Light on Yoga, has sold more than three million copies around the world.
Iyengar also counted a number of celebrities among his devotees, including Pakistani cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, writer Aldous Huxley and violinist Yehudi Menuhin.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he would be remembered as "a fine Guru, scholar and a stalwart who brought yoga into the lives of many across the world".
Twenty one people, including seven children and six women, have been killed after a passenger train hit an overloaded rickshaw at a level crossing in eastern India, a railway official said.
Vinod Kumar said the driver of the motorised rickshaw and all its passengers died in the accident in Bihar state.
They were returning from offering prayers at a temple nearby.
A tiger pounced on a woman and pulled her into a dense mangrove forest in the Indian state of West Bengal, an official said.
The woman, her husband and a boat driver were trying to catch crabs in a shallow river near the Pirkhali Forest, when the beast jumped on her before dragging her into the wilderness, said forest official Nabin Chandra Bahunguna.
Forest guards searched for the woman after he husband reported Friday's attack, but found no trace.
Around 150 people are feared to have been buried by a landslide in a village in western India, the Associated Press reports.
Prabhakar Deshmukh, the local commissioner of Pune district in Maharashtra state, said some 40 homes had been buried in the village of Ambe.
He said rescue workers had been sent to the village but were being hampered by poor roads and wet weather.
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Chancellor George Osborne said "good days are coming" for the UK's relationship with India as he joined Foreign Secretary William Hague on a mission to strengthen trade links.
The two Cabinet ministers are on a two-day visit to India during which they will meet with key players in the administration in New Delhi - including recently elected prime minister Narendra Modi - as well as leading business figures.
Chancellor George Osborne will use a speech to business leaders in Mumbai to hail the turn-around in views about the prospects for the Indian economy since his election.
It's great to be here at a time when the excitement about the Indian economy, and the optimism about the prospects for future growth, are palpable.
And the excitement here is matched by new confidence among international investors abroad in the future of the Indian economy.
It is a measure of the ambition and drive and pace of the new government of prime minister Modi, that this complete turn-around in sentiment about the Indian economy has been achieved in just seven short weeks, since that stunning election victory.
Chancellor George Osborne and Foreign Secretary William Hague will set out to forge links with the new Indian government of prime minister Narendra Modi as they seek to strengthen Britain's trade with the powerhouse Asian economy.
The two Cabinet ministers are embarking on a two-day visit to India during which they will meet with key players in the administration in New Delhi - including Mr Modi - as well as leading business figures.
They are following in the footsteps of a series of foreign visitors - including the French foreign minister and the Russian deputy prime minister - who have arrived to pay court to the new premier since his landslide election victory in May.