Modi says Indian Muslims won’t join al Qaeda, calls terror group's threat delusional
Prime Minister Modi raising LAC intrusion incidents with Chinese President Xi Jinping , the Scotland referendum result being eagerly awaited as the outcome looked too close to call, BJP-Sena seat tussle for the Maharashtra Polls are some lead stories in Dailies today.
The Indian Express writes: "Determined to solve boundary questions at an early date , Bejing tells New Delhi", "There will be incidents but both sides capable of managing says Xi, Modi asks for clarification on LAC for peace".
Reporting on President Xi's visit to India, the Business Standard opines "China Dashes 100 billion dollar hope; to invest 20 billion dollars over 5 years".
And finally according to a study, artificial sweeteners can trigger diabetes, as they disrupt the body's ability to control blood sugar. Research shows that this is the very same condition we often aim to prevent by consuming sweeteners instead of sugar.