Healthy breakfast advises by nutritionist Rob Hobson
Healthy breakfast advises by nutritionist Rob HobsonReuters

Here are some articles from International Business Times India to start your day with:

1. No country for journalists? No conviction in 27 murders since 1992, says report

Sedition and defamation cases are not the only way in which journalists are silenced. A new report highlights the infliction of violent means on vulnerable small town media-persons through case studies based on probe in three deaths. The Committee to Protect Journalists' report outlines the crisis faced by journalists in India and also makes recommendations to concerned stakeholders to improve the situation.

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2. Yogeshwar Dutt's London Olympics bronze medal could be upgraded to silver

Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt, who had clinched a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics but failed to win a match at the event this time, may be in for a pleasant surprise. The bronze medal that he won at the London Olympics four years ago could be upgraded to silver after the silver medallist, the late Besik Kudukhov of Russia, tested positive for doping.

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3. Police complaints against Vishal Dadlani over 'naked monk' remark on Jain Muni Tarun Sagar

Troubles seem to have no end for singer-composer Vishal Dadlani. After he quit politics on Monday, two police complaints have been lodged against him — one at the Shahdara police station of Delhi and one at the Chembur police station of Mumbai for hurting religious sentiments of the Jain community.

Dadlani on Monday quit all political activities in light of the Twitter backlash over his "some naked monk" comments on Jain religious leader Tarun Sagar, who belongs to the Digambar sect of the religion and does not wear clothes.

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4. Cereal bars and toast with jam too sugary for breakfast, says nutrition expert

London-based nutritionist Rob Hobson has advised people to avoid bread-jam and cereal bars for breakfast as they are way too sugary. If not avoided, they should be consumed in limited amounts. Opting for eggs instead would be a healthier choice according to him.

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5. Tupac Shakur alive? New 'selfie' claims iconic rapper 2Pac is not dead

American rapper Tupac Shakur was shot dead in 1996 in Las Vegas, but fans continue to believe he is alive. A fan shared a YouTube video that claimed to have a selfie of Shakur, which was taken recently. The video titled "Tupac is alive New Proof 2016," which was posted by the user Tupac Legacy, shows a man with close resemblance to the rapper. The man is also seen with a red bandana (scarf) on his head just like Shakur.

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