Sunday, March 16, 2014

Modi takes Holi dip in Varanasi


"Modi takes Holi dip in Varanasi", is the front page headline of The Hindustan Times. The paper says, putting a lid on endless speculation and squabbling , the BJP announced that Narendra Modi would contest the Lok sabha polls from Varanasi.
The Sunday Statesman writes on its front page that the Malaysian investigators suspect that the communication Systems in the missing aircraft was deliberately disabled.
The Mail Today writes that Slamming the US prosecutor's decision to re-indict Devyani Khobragade in a visa fraud case , the Indian government said it could impact bilateral efforts to build the India - US relationship.
In his final address to Afghanistan's Parliament, President Hamid Karzai told the US , its soldiers can leave at the end of the year because its military, which already protects 93 per cent of the country, was ready to take over entirely, writes The Asian Age.
CII's tenth young Indian Summit on the theme "India - the future is now !" opened in the national capital Delhi, reports The Hindu.
The 5th edition of world 20/20 kicks off in Bangladesh today with Nepal making its debut, writes The Statesman.
According to The Hindu, India has nominated Rani-ki-Vav, a 11th-century step well located in Patan, Gujarat, and the Great Himalayan National Park in Himachal Pradesh for UNESCO's World Heritage Site status this year.
Almost all newspapers have reported that on account of Holi, the Delhi Metro and city bus services will be curtailed and not available till 2 PM tomorrow, The Hindu carries the story in its inside pages.
The "five second rule" that many of us secretly adhere to,that is you have 5 seconds window to pick up food from floor, before it becomes unsafe to eat is an actual scientific measure.

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