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Expectedly All Newspapers are agog with election related news.
The Hindu reports of the BJP Prime Ministerial Candidate Narendra Modi's appeal to voters from Kashmir to Kanyakumari to give NDA 300 seats in the coming elections for a strong and stable government.
"Red gun await neta's in Bihar' is the Pioneer headline saying that a huge cache of explosives detonators, gelatin sticks were seized from Nawada, ahead of Modi, Sonia and Nitish rallies.
A report in the Indian Express says that Anna Hazare wants at least 100 farmers in 2019 Parliamentary polls - he was addressing Jai Kisan Mahasabha in Bhubaneshwar. The paper also reports of the World's oldest Oil refinery in the North-East facing a manpower crunch, suddenly becoming a poll issue.
The Tribune says that at least 50 Lok Sabha seats are being fought by sons and daughters of politicians.
Hit by Air and water pollution by flyash from a thermal plant 5000 villagers in Sutana Village in Panipat Haryana have decided to boycott polls is another story in the Trbune.
Today is World Autism day. Many advertisements in papers report that there are around 10 million people in India with Autism - 80% of them being boys and there is no cure and the cause is not yet known, so it is best to know how to deal with it effectively.
Students from Sri Sarada Vidhalaya girls school in Madurai have done the country proud. In a competition held by NASA their fictional won the 3rd prize. The work titled 'Cronus - The Utopia' where Cronus is the space orbit of Saturn where people settle down because - yes! the earth's natural resources have got depleted - thats a report in the Hindu.
The Hindu also reports of Kalam Kari workers making a beeline to the clear waters of Krishna river at Srikakulam to lay their textiles for perfect color as the textiles are meant for export to Europe.