Saturday, May 4, 2013

Angry India mourns Sarabjit


22 years after he left the fields of Punjab, Sarabjit Singh's final journey, back home has been widely covered by all newspapers on their front pages. The Indian Express headline reads "Sarabjit returns in a Coffin, PM calls him a "brave son of India" and the Mail Today headlines it as "Angry India mourns Sarabjit".

According to the Pioneer as the Indian Government desperately tries to resolve the continuing face-off Ladakh, China continued to act tough and refuses to give any timeline for pulling back its troops. Beijing also warned that it would not ignore "provocation from India.

The Hindustan Times carries a news of a young wildlife biologist who converted bird hunters into their saviours in remote forests of Arunachal Pradesh being awarded the 2013 Whitley Award, also known as Green Oscar, in London. Aparajit Datta was among the eight conservationists from across the world to win the prestigious award and shared 295000 pounds as the prize money.

From June, Delhites will have access to digitally signed birth, death, marriage certificate and ration cards which will be made available on the electronic repository, to be verified or printed whenever required reports the Times of India.

As the UPA government grapples with the controversy over Law Minister Ashwani Kumar vetting the CBI's coal blocks allotment probe report, that Solicitor General Mohan Parasaran said that the CBI director should have shared the report with the Minister.

According to a survey, "Thinking outside the box" and 'going forward' and 'lets touch base' along with phrases like "reach out", ''it's on my radar" and "take it to the next level" are some of the office phrases that irk workers the most across the globe, reports the Times of India.

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