Sunday, September 29, 2013

Epicentre of terror is in Pakistan


    Many papers this morning have displayed pictures of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh addressing the UN General Assembly in New York on front pages.'Ahead of Sharif meet, PM prods Pak on terror' is the Hindustan Times headline. Quoting the Prime Minister, The Hindu  writes 'Epicentre of terror is in Pakistan.

    Rahul Gandhi's comment on the ordinance on convicted law makers finds front page coverage in most dailies. 'Rahul effect - govt red faced, Congress in a bind, allies critical' says The Hindustan Times, while The Tribune writes 'Congress rallies behind Rahul.' "Unfazed by 'complete  nonsense' remark , Rahul meets industry' is the Business Standard headline.

    Narendra Modi's rally, scheduled for today in Delhi is covered widely by the press. 'Mega rally to woo capital today' says the Times of India. The paper also warns Delhi-ites of traffic rush and diversions.

    The Supreme Court asking the Centre to amend the Indian penal code to give life imprisonment till death, without remission for heinous offences finds place on the front page of The Hindu.

    Srini set to be elected unopposed' says the Statesman, of the controversial and defiant BCCI president, who is set for  a third term. Mail Today calls him 'Machiavillian' and writes, that its all over for those trying to clean up the image of cricket.

    On 'World Heart Day'. today, while there are numerous articles in various papers on how to take care of one's heart, The Times of India gives interesting facts in its magazine section, and goes on to say that the first step to a healthy heart is being happy.  

    Planning your daughter's wedding? The Business Standard, in an article on its front page, titled 'Budget planners take over to trim big, fat Indian weddings' who assure of an under  ten lakh event, in these times of inflation.

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