Sunday, January 19, 2014

Sunanda death was unnatural, sudden


The Hindustan Times on its front page under the headline "Sunanda death was unnatural, sudden" may have overdosed writes that cops found empty packets of anti-depressants and that she was in "self - imposed starvation," drinking only coconut water during her stay at the hotel. According to the AIIMS doctors the final autopsy report would be out in a few days.
Poachers have killed more than two dozen migratory birds at the famous Chilka lake where the number of winged guests has dwindled in the aftermath of Cyclone Phailin in Oct last year writes the Mail Today.
Three days after the Delhi government found itself in a stand-off with the police and in the midst of allegations that it was racist, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said AAP was not at all embarrassed about law Minister asking the police to raid a house, late at night, on suspicion of a drug and sex racket going on there". The story has been covered by the Hindu on its front page.
According to the Hindustan Times a study by Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture at Hyderabad has revealed that about 27% of the country's landmass has been impacted due to increase in mean surface temperature coupled with changes in rainfall pattern between 1971 and 2005.
And finally, Dr. Chandrakant Emani is genetically engineering Tulsi or Basil to enhance its pharmaceutical value reports the Asian Age. At the Western Kentucky University, Dr Emani and his team is genetically engineering the herb to produce more eugenol, a compound in basil that could control breast cancer".

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