Friday, September 5, 2014

Suicide kills one person worldwide every 40 seconds, WHO report finds

Suicide kills one person worldwide every 40 seconds, WHO report finds


Indian states put on alert after Al-Qaeda calls for Jihad in India, Rahul Gandhi's attack on Narendra Modi, The J&K Floods and Vijyawada to be the new capital of Andhra Pradesh are some of the stories covered prominently by the papers today.
 'India sounds alert as Al-Qaeda sets up a sub -continent wing', headlines the Hindustan Times. The paper adds that 'Zawahri  calls for jihad in Assam, Gujrat, Kashmir among other places; New Delhi says video message genuine. The paper also states in a special item that 'US had warned Delhi of Qaeda's designs in August'.
The Times of India headlines 'CBI chief requests media gag, Supreme Court refuses'. The paper quotes Ranjit Sinha as saying he was 'targeted for acting against top people'. The Pioneer states ' CBI chief's fate hangs in balance'. The Hindustan Times headlines 'Sinha rules out resignation says done nothing wrong'.
 The Asian Age in its front page headlines 'Rahul targets Modi, Venkaiah hits back', adding also that there is a rift in Congress over party seniors criticizing Rahul Gandhi.
'70 feared dead in J&K floods, mishap', report the Hindustan Times. The Tribune states '70 feared dead as bus swept away in Rajouri flash flood'.
'BJP may get invite to form Delhi government' is the lead headline in the Times of India, adding that 'Lt. Governor seeks presidents nod to call the largest party'.
The Hindu in a front page box item reports that a 5.6 million dollar bronze Nataraja idol and a 3 lakh dollar stone Shiva idol that were stolen from Tamil Nadu and housed in Australian galleries will be handed over to PM Narendra Modi by his Australian counterpart Tonny Abbott today.
And finally, the Times of India reports that a new study has found that mobile phones will out-number human population by the end of 2014, reaching a staggering 7.3 billion.

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