Friday, November 29, 2013

NASA is planning to grow turnips and basil on Moon by 2015


    In an exclusive, the Mail Today writes that the bhai-bhai days may soon be reborn in bye-bye avatar along the India China border. Foreign Ministry documents on border negotiations reveal that India has signalled its readiness on letting its Aksai Chin region remain in Chinese hands in exchange for recognition of Arunachal Pradesh as part of India's territory.

     According to the Hindu, an internal analysis in the Planning Commission shows that India can eliminate the poverty gap by spending just a fraction of its annual anti-poverty budget instead of inaugurating new anti-poverty schemes.

    Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot in the head by the Taliban for campaigning for girls education has been named as Britain's most influential Asian by a publication in UK, reports the Hindustan Times.

     According to the Statesman the Pakistani Taliban have warned their country's media to stop praising Sachin Tendulkar, who retired from cricket after 24 year of glorious innings as it was against Pakistani nationalism and against loyalty to the country.

     The Hindustan Times on its front page under the headline "Sheila opens door to AAP, shuts it" writes that hours after she hinted at a possible post poll alliance with the debutant Aam Aadmi party, Delhi's Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said that the Congress would win a fourth consecutive term on its own even as she ruled out a tie-up.

     India is planning a new tiger sanctuary inside the Sundarbans, a forest that straddles West Bengals border with Bangladesh, to protect the tigers from poachers and try to boost their numbers reports the Asian Age.

    The Tribune on its front page has shown a photograph a Sarabjit Singh's family break down, as they look at his belongings received from Pakistan, at Bhikhiwind, near Amritsar.

     According to the Pioneer NASA is planning to grow turnips and basil on Moon by 2015, to understand whether humans can live and work on the earth's natural satellite.

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