Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Chinese troops re-enter Ladakh


The Indian Express and the Asian Age show Buddhist monks offering prayers for peace at the site of the explosion in Bodh Gaya. While the Indian Express headline reads, 'No breakthrough, NIA takes over probe', the Hindustan Times, quoting the Indian Mujahideen writes, 'We bombed Bodh Gaya'. The outfit has also warned that their next target will be Mumbai.

The Supreme Court telling the Union Government to formulate a policy on retail sale of acid across the country in a week, has been aptly titled, 'Court puts Centre through acid test' by the Hindu. The Times of India and the Tribune have also covered this adequately.

'Chinese troops re-enter Ladakh', is the Statesman headline. Mail Today informs that they have smashed army bunkers there.

'RBI and SEBI step in, apply brakes on Rupee free fall', is the Indian Express headline. 'Regulators joint assault on speculation brings relief to rupee', says the Economic Times.

'Solar bomb explodes in Kerala', writes the Pioneer, referring to the protests demanding the Chief Minister's resignation on account of alleged involvement in the solar scam.

In a shocking revelation, Mail Today reports of Delhi cops running a jail of their own, in which people, including children are tortured and sodomized.

'Cheers among chaos', is the caption of the picture in the Hindustan Times, showing children enjoying the Delhi shower yesterday. The Times of India says that it was the heaviest single day shower since 2009.

'Twins who shared liver survive 8-hour surgery', writes the Hindustan Times, of the successful operation of the conjoined twins at AIIMS.

And finally, all we can say is strange but true. The Times of India writes on its front page, 'Losing lustre? IIT seats go vacant as 769 refuse to join'.

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