Monday, September 23, 2013

Durga gets back Shakti after meet with Akhilesh, IAS officer reinstated


Terrorist attacks in Kenya and Pakistan are the two major stories covered with photographs by almost all papers of the day . The Hindustan Times writes that two Indians were among at least 68 people killed Islamist militants were holed up in a Mall, in almost a replay of the 26/11 attack. "The Tribune on its front page covers the Pakistan Church attack by two suicide bombers that killed at least 78 people in the deadliest attack on Christans in Pakistan.

According to the Asian Age, the CBI is beginning to tighten the noose around Amit Shah, the former Gujarat Home Minister even as "Vanzara is ready to nail Shah, but has terms."

A court in China sentenced Bo Xilai to life in prison for corruption, thus burying the career of one of China's most up and coming politician and lowering the curtain on a scandal that exposed a murder and illicit enrichment among the country's elite, reports the Mail Today.

"Durga gets back Shakti after meet with Akhilesh, IAS officer reinstated", under that headline, the Pioneer says it all about the state government revoking the suspension of 2010 batch IAS officer.

According to a Hindu headline, "India is among top targets of spying by NSA". The paper adds that among the BRICS group of emerging nations, India was the number one target of snooping by the American Intelligence Agency.

The Central Reserve Police Force, CRPF and Border Security Force, BSF are looking at cricketers Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli to lift the morale of their men and encourage youngsters to join them reports the Indian Express.

And finally, according to the Hindu a revolutionary new technology can convert thoughts into actions by transferring non-invasive measurements of human brain activity into control signals that drive physical devices and computer displays in real time.

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