Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Mother at 64, woman delivers baby girl after trying for 41 years


The stalemate in Delhi after the assembly election results continues to figure prominently on the front pages of most newspapers. The Hindu writes that the Aam Aadmi Party's national convener, Arvind Kejriwal, has asserted that there was no question of his party taking support from either the Congress or the BJP.
As social activist Anna Hazare began his indefinite fast yesterday, the government said it is serious on passing the Lokpal Bill in the current session of Parliament, reports The Indian Express.
At Soweto in South Africa Sanskrit shlokas from the Hindu ures were read out in a moving ceremony as over 100 world leaders including President Pranab Mukherjee and US President Barack Obama gathered to pay homage to Nelson Mandela, calling him a "giant of history" reports The Asian Age.
Mail Today says the Supreme Court will pronounce today its verdict on an array of petitions challenging the Delhi Court judgment decriminalising gay sex among consenting adults in private.
"Mother at 64, woman delivers baby girl after trying for 41 years" - under that headline. Hindustan Times reports that 64 year old Sarala Srivastava's wait for 41 years for the miracle ended making her a proud member of a select 60-plus mothers' club from across the world.
11.12.13 wedding rush in the city, brace for monster jams - under that caption, Hindustan Times says that thanks to the hype of couples wanting to have their wedding on a peculiar or fancy date, several thousand nuptials have been scheduled for today to make the last sequential date of the century a special part of their lives.
And finally, The Times of India writes that scientists have developed an App that allows an ordinary smartphone to capture and display three-dimensional models of real-world objects, giving a third dimension to portraits and profile pictures.

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