Monday, January 27, 2014

Flying dinosaur fossils found in Jaisalmer


The front pages are replete with photographs of the Republic Day parade, with the Naval nuclear submarine, the IAFs light combat aircraft Tejas, several colorful tableaux,  fly past and daredevils On bikes - stealing the show.
President Pranab Mukherjee's 'At home' yesterday is covered by the Press. The Times of India writes "Pranab hosts the show, Kejriwal steals it".
The Indian Express reports on its front page that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy has sought a resolution in the Assembly to reject the Telangana Bill forwarded by the Center in its current form, arguing that it fails to mention why the state is being divided.
According to The Hindu - Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram is all set to report a fiscal deficit of 4.65 % of the Gross Domestic Product for the current fiscal, when he presents the Vote-on-Account in the Lok Sabha on Feb 17.
Hindustan Times reports that India and Japan are set to take their fast growing ties a step further with a 'first ever' meeting between their national security advisors. The Japanese PM briefed Dr. Manmohan Singh about China's territorial muscle-flexing in the East China Sea and the Asian balance of power.
Hindustan Times writes - in a significant verdict, the national consumer court has ruled that if a patient will-fully withholds medical information from his physician, the doctor cannot be liable for medical negligence in case of complications during treatment.
And finally, Times of India writes "Flying dinosaur fossils found in Jaisalmer". The Golden City could soon become a new destination for geotourism, after discovery of evidence of a sea and rivers in ancient times, along with 180 million year old fossils of a species of flying dinosaurs.

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