Friday, October 7, 2011

Headline News: Steve Jobs - the magic man who revolutionised technology

Steve Jobs: a man of contradiction and genius (guardian)
Apple Fans Mourn Jobs From Cupertino to Singapore (bloomberg)
Apple's Steve Jobs, father of Mac, iPhone, dies (cbs news)
Steve Jobs, Apple's visionary leader dies (Hindustan Times)
Steve Jobs dead at 56: his lifetime of impact on the world of technology (news)
World mourns the 'dreamer and doer' Steve Jobs (Times of India)
Steve Jobs was the entrepreneur I most admired: Richard Branson (DNA)
Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder, dead at 56 (Washingtonpost)
Steve Jobs, not just a geek but a god for designers (reuters)
Apple's Visionary Redefined Digital Age (nytimes)
How Steve Jobs changed capitalism (guardian)
Steve Jobs' Mantra Rooted in Buddhism: Focus and Simplicity (abc news)
Steve Jobs Was the Prototype for All the Famous Entrepreneurs Who Followed Him (reuters)
Steve Jobs' Death Spotlights Hard-to-Detect Cancers (fox news)
Steve Jobs' death likely to smash internet records (Times of India)
Steve Jobs 'single-handedly' created the digital music market (telegraph)
Digital age loses its leading light (thehindu)

The death of Steve Job the iconic co-founder of Apple is the lead in almost every paper. Mail Today calls him "the mastermind behind the i-pod, i-phone and the i-pad." The Pioneer refers to him as 'the magic man who revolutionised technology." 'An icon who revolutionised mobile communication, music, movies, made technology beautiful - and changed our lives - Jobs takes i-way to heaven - at 56, loses battle against cancer' is the Times of India headline.
The Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer, who won the nobel prize for literature yesterday figures on the front pages of the Hindustan Times, Times of India and The Asian Age.
Its official. RSS admitting that it had actively participated in the Hazare led anti corruption agitation. 'RSS accepts it, says was part of Anna stir' writes the Hindustan Times, on its front page.
On the Delhi High Court blast, the Indian Express writes 'NIA picks up key conspirator'.
Celebrations of Dussehra yesterday are covered by most dailies, with pictures. 'City bids Maa Durga adieu with heavy heart', writes the Times of India, adding that 'Yamuna chokes on toxins as puja samitis flout norms'. The Pioneer reports of 3 students who drowned in the Yamuna during Durga immersions. The Express news line reports of a 7 year old who was killed as a piece of the effigy fell on her at Ramlila maidan.
Newspapers have reported on the J&K Chief Ministers increasing woes, over the custodial death issue. 'Omar interates he will not resign' writes the Asian Age.
The paper also asks 'Is Arunachal heading for prez rule?', referring to the ongoing political crisis in the state.
In international news - Sarah Palin dropping out of the 2012 U.S. President elections is reported by the Statesman.
The sports pages of newspapers feature the 19 year old boxer Vikas Krishan, who is the lone Indian left in the fray at the world championship in Azerbaijan. 'Hisar boxer aims for World Championship finals' writes the Tribune.
And finally - are you ready to wear a dress made of milk? The Times of India calls it 'healthy fashion' and shows the designer and microbiologist from Hanover, who uses milk yarn to make dresses, which are actually beneficial for health!

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