Tuesday, April 3, 2012

70 per cent infants die in first month


US announces a 10 million dollar bounty on LeT chief - Hafiz Saeed, is the top headline in the Times of India, terming Hafiz Saeed ( head of Pakistan's deadliest terror group - Lashkar-e-Taiba) India's "tormentor - in - chief", Hindustan Times writes that the 51 crore Rs. reward puts the Pakistan based 26/11 plotter on par with Taliban founder, Mullah Omar.

"Procurement get a push after Antony, Gen meet" - reports the Indian Express. The paper writes that amid the uproar over the army's depleting war - fighting capabilities, triggered by a letter from the Army chief, the Def. Ministry announced 'in principal approval' to three pending policy issues relating to Procurement.

"New details emerge on Tatra truck deal" as the CBI questions London Millionaire Ravi Rishi again, headlines the Hindu. The CBI will next question Defence PSU - Bharat Earth Movers Ltd boss -VRS Natarajan in the course of the ongoing prove.
"Dawn of a new era for Burma" headlines the Asian Age, with a photograph of Aung San Suu Kyi on page one, as she called for a show of political unity after her party claimed a major victory in landmark by - elections.

British media baron - Rupert Murdoch's Star Group has won the television and digital rights for all domestic and international cricket matches in India for six year from July this year, informs Hindustan Times.

"70 per cent infants die in first month", reads a Times of India headline, reporting that nearly 70 per cent of infant deaths (within the first year of birth) in the country in 2010 took place during the first 29 days of life.
A pair of Mahatama Gandhi's round-rimmed glasses, his charkha, a pinch of soil from the place where he was assassinated in 1948 and a prayer book in Gujrati are among the several rare items to be put for auction on April 17 in Ludlow in the UK, writes the Statesman.

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