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The new government's policy measures continue to dominate the newspaper headlines today. "Modi government taking FDI route to fast growth - NDA likely to invite 100 percent FDI in railways, Defence and Infrastructure in July budget" informs the Pioneer. In a related story the Times of India reports "Finance Minister to push funds to projects of rupees 500 crore plus in a bid to revive investment and accelerate economic growth."
The news of chief ministers meeting with the new Prime Minister has also been noticed by many newspapers. "CMs flock to PM with wish lists" reports the Pioneer. The Asian Age adds "Jaya to meet Modi on June 3rd with wish list" while the Hindu informs "Chandrababu Naidu presses Modi, ministers on special status for new state."
The Indian Express in its lead story headlines "After Beijing, Tokyo calling: Welcome Modi, seal deal". The paper reports that the Japanese Prime Minister delivering the key note address at the Shangri-La dialogue in Singapore exuded confidence that both sides will be able to confirm trilateral cooperation with the US whenever Mr. Modi visits Japan.
According to the Indian Express the Delhi University has suspended 5 officials of the School of Open Learning for leaking the first year examination admit card of Union Human Resource Development Minister Smirti Irani.
The news for the slow rate of economic growth also finds mention in many newspapers. "GDP growth stays below 5 percent for second year running" reports the Hindustan Times, while the Economic Times adds, "UPA's parting gift to Modi Sarkar: an ailing GDP".
The outrage over unabated sexual violence against women, specially in UP, finds prominent coverage. "Akhilesh government faces outrage over rapes" according to the Hindustan Times.
The destruction caused by the fierce storm in Delhi yesterday finds prominent mention with photographs in all newspapers. "Friday fury" exclaims the Indian Express, "Death, darkness in city, as weather kicks up killer storm" adds the Pioneer.
And finally the Asian Age reports that Ansun Sujoe 13, and Sriram Hathwar 14 have become the co-champions of the National Spelling Bee in Oxon Hill, Maryland, United States. This is the seventh consecutive year that US-Indians have won the Spelling Bee.