Mr Sen's speech to parliament was his longest speech in 27 years as prime minister. It was mandatory for all civil servants to watch it.
Sex-toy giveaway creates huge buzz
A vibrator giveaway attracted such huge crowds in New York police had to step in to shut it down.
The Trojan condom company planned to give out 10,000 free sex toys, but the giveaway came to an abrupt when hundreds of people started queuing to get their hands on one.
Cannabis factory found in Pot House
A cannabis factory has been discovered at a farmhouse in Pot House Lane.
Around 200 plants, with a street value of £80,000 (€101,733), were seized from an upstairs bedroom of the address in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, north-west England along with lighting and cultivation equipment. Police inquiries to find who was responsible for growing the cannabis are ongoing.
Hanging dummy sparks road scare
Drivers in Las Vegas inundated emergency services with calls after spotting what they thought was a body hanging by a noose from a roadside billboard carrying the message "Dying For Work".
But police later discovered the body was actually a dummy. Another hanged mannequin was spotted on a billboard proclaiming "Hope you're happy Wall St".
Heart bypass for first man on moon
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, is recovering from heart bypass surgery, days after his 82nd birthday.
Officials have not revealed where the surgery occurred or where Armstrong is recuperating. His birthday was on Sunday.
Iron in red meat raises cancer risk
High levels of iron may be one reason why eating red meat raises the risk of bowel cancer, a study has shown.
Iron may interact with a faulty gene in the gut to trigger cancer, according to research by scientists at the UK Institute for Cancer Research in Glasgow. Lead scientist Professor Owen Sansom said: "We've made a huge step in understanding how bowel cancer develops."