Sunday, May 5, 2013

CBI arrests Railway minister Pawan Bansal's nephew for accepting Rs 90 lakh bribe


Most papers have a picture of Sarabjit Singh's cremation with full state honours in Punjab. 'Missing organs impair Sarabjits autopsy' writes the Hindu, and the Statesman says, that even vital organs like the heart, brain, gall bladder and kidneys were missing.

The Times of India leads with the Pakistan prisoner who was attacked in a Jammu jail. 'Ex soldier leaves fellow inmate comatose on day Sarabjit is laid to rest', writes the paper. The Tribune has a photo of him being shifted to the hospital.

Vis a vis the ongoing border stand off in the Ladakh region, The Hindustan Times says 'Khurshid's China visit under cloud'. 'Salman visit hinges on China's retreat', writes the Pioneer.

'CBI arrests Railway minister Bansal's nephew for accepting Rs 90 lakh bribe' reads the Indian Express headline. The Asian Age reports that member railway board Mahesh Kumar was also booked.

In what seems to be a total failure of Delhi police, the Hindustan Times writes on its front page "City can't protect its children, four raped in last 24 hours'.

Most papers have reported on the cockpit drama on an international Air India Flight. 'Cockpit caper has Air India red faced' says Mail Today. 'Captain teaching 2 air hostesses how to fly in cockpit as co-pilot snoozes in business class' writes the paper.

The Civil Services results are out "Women take 1st and 3rd ranks in UPSC exam", writes the Times of India. It also has a picture of the topper Haritha Kumar, an engineer from Kerala.

And finally, in these times of strife and hatred, a picture in Mail Today, of a baby monkey, a lion cub and 2 tiger cubs playing happily together is so calming. Captioned "Bound by love', we humans can learn a thing or two from it.

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