Sunday, July 20, 2014

Modi's swearing-in cost Rs.17.60 lakh - Free Press Journal

Modi's swearing-in cost Rs.17.60 lakh - Free Press Journal


Ukraine blaming Russia for destroying evidence in Malaysian plane crash makes front page news in many dailies.

Rage over rape in Bangalore figures in many papers. The Hindu, The Asian Age and The Pioneer have a picture of outraged citizens demanding answers for police inaction after a 6 year old was raped in school.

Mulayam Singh Yadav drawing flak for saying that UP has the lowest number of rapes in India, even as a 15 year old was raped and murdered on Thursday, is reported by the Hindustan Times as "MSY does it again, defends UP's rape record.

"Delhi government formation a possibility now" writes the Hindu, while the Hindustan Time says  'BJP starts groundwork for fresh polls in Delhi'.

Mail Today gives a detailed account with pictures of the Israel - Gaza conflict. The Hindustan Times puts the death toll at 341. 'With memories of Kolkata, nuns hold out hope in Gaza' writes the Indian Express, of 5 nuns of Missionaries of Charity, one of them from Orissa.

The Tribune and The Asian Age report of how private players have got the go ahead to build defence aircraft. Government clears military procurement proposals worth 21000 crore rupees' is the Tribune headline.

The Times of India, on its front page, writes 'Docs back right to die, want say in Supreme Court'. The Delhi Times gives people' comments on favouring euthanasia with strict safeguards, in line with the apex court's decision to throw the issue open for debate.

And finally, there is truly inspiring story of 24 year old fashion designing aspirant on the front page of Times of India. 'Acid attack and 42 operations later, she fashions a fresh start' writes the paper, adding that she lacks funds to study at a prestigious New York school.

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