Saturday, July 13, 2013

The Villain who was Pran of every movie


Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's remarks in an interview to Reuters, have been reported prominently in most news dailies today "Modi talks 2002, kicks up storm with puppy remark" headlines the Hindustan Times. The Indian Express reports "Modi says did the right thing in 2002, his "Puppy" analogy triggers out rage". The Hindu adds "No guilty feeling about Gujarat riots, says Modi".

The death of the veteran Actor Pran, has been reported with encomiums and glowing words in the front pages prominently. "Villany is dead. Long live Pran!" Remarks the Asian Age, the Times of India report, "Villian with Heart of Sher Khan No More". While the Pioneer calls him, "The Villain who was Pran of every movie".

The Times of India reports "Govt may seek review of Supreme Court order on jailed netas", while The Pioneer adds. "Govt set to consult political parties to challenge verdict on jailed/convicted MP said MLAs".

In a significant news the Pioneer reports that Lashkar-e-Tayyeba and its new avatar the Jamaat-ud-Dawa have been training the Rohingayas Muslims at their terror camps in Pakistan - occupied Kashmir and one of their modules could have targeted the Buddhist shrine at Bihar.

According to the Times of India "Announcement on Telangana may come this month" and adds that the congress leadership has decided to refer the issue to the Congress Working Committee, amid ever strengthening indications that a decision on bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh may be taken this month.

The Mail Today reports that in her first speech since the Taliban in Pakistan tried to kill her for advocating education for girls, Malala Yousafzai celebrated her 16 birthday on Friday at the United Nations, appealing for compulsory free schooling for children. The Hindustan Times adds that Malala mentioned Mahatama Gandhi as her inspiration in her address to the UN observed as Malala Day.

The Times of India reports that a team of researchers from Jadavpur University in Kolkata have announced that the pattern of Blood vessels just beneath the skin of our faces is as unique as a fingerprint or iris, and can be revealed easily with infra-red thermal imaging camera leading to instantaneous face recognition, that would be impossible to replicate or cheat.

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