Rush Hour podcast: IIT Bombay reserves dining tables for non-meat eaters

In today’s edition, the BJP had appointed Ramesh Bidhuri to oversee its election preparations in Rajasthan’s Tonk days after the MP went on a communal tirade against a Muslim legislator in Parliament, the Centre has dispatched a senior police officer from Kashmir to Manipur after the northeastern state was engulfed by a fresh wave of violence, and IIT Bombay has reserved dining tables for its vegetarian students.

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Rush Hour is a daily news podcast curating the most important, and not necessarily the most talked about, stories of the day. The essential facts of the story, the immediate context, the relevance. No dross.