Saturday, November 9, 2013

Check this out mate, Anand takes on Carlsen today


The Centre to challenge the high court verdict on formation of the CBI is the lead in most newspapers 'If CBI is illegal, why try us?' is the Hindustan Times headline, this question being asked by 2G accused A Raja and 1984 riots accused Sajjan Kumar.
The Hindu and Mail Today have a picture of Saurav Ganguly hugging Sachin Tendulkar, as he played his last match at Eden gardens Kolkata 'Legend going, new stars glitter' writes the Times of India, referring to Rohit Sharma and Mohammed Shami. The Tribune and the Asian Age have a picture of debutant Shami celebrating, as he took 9 wickets in the match, which helped India beat the West Indies.
Pressure mounting on the Prime Minister to skip the CHOGM meet in Sri Lanka is covered by most dailies. 'Congress fears CHOGM visit will damage DMK ties' writes the Indian Express.
The sports page of many newspapers have reported about the match between World No 1 Magnus Carlsen of Norway and 5 time world champion Viswanathan Anand, which is scheduled for today. 'Check this out mate, Anand takes on Carlsen today' says the Economic Times.
Its all in the family, apparently as far as recommendations for Padma awards goes. Accessed through an RTI, the list of people who suggested names for the 2013 awards has been revealed. The Times of India, on its front page, writes that sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan named his sons, Lata Mangeshkar nominated her sister and Amar Singh, his confidant Jaya Prada for the honour.
Have you persevered your old copies of Amar Chitra Katha and Indrajal comics, which you brought for 60 paise in the sixties ? Well, if you have, you just got lucky ! You could sell each of them for 70,000 Rupees, as they have become collectors items writes the Economic Times on its front page.

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