Sunday, September 28, 2014

Syria Airstrikes Target IS Oil Facilities

Syria Airstrikes Target IS Oil Facilities


The front page of most newspapers is packed with Jayalalitha's arrest, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address at the UN general assembly in New York and the Centre's recommendation for Presidents rule in Maharashtra.
Convicted in a disproportionate  assets case, the Business Standard headline reads 'Jaya gets 4 years in jail, slapped 100 crore rupees penalty'.  'Stripped of CM's post' says the Hindustan Times.  The Hindu and the Times of India, ironically, show her flashing the victory sign, while arriving at the court.  'Assets case explodes in amma's face' writes Mail Today, adding, that the AIADMK Chief cannot contest polls for 10 years.
While the Indian Express, Financial Express and the Asian Age show Narendra Modi paying tribute at ground zero at the 9/11 memorial, most dailies show him addressing the UN General Assembly.  'Pakistan must remove shadow of terror for talks, says Modi at UN' is the Tribune headline.  'At UN, PM hits out at Sharif, offers talks' says the Statesman.
The Asian Age, Hindu, Tribune and the Statesman report of the union cabinet recommending the imposition of President's rule in Maharashtra, following the CM's resignation, in the poll bound state.
In a Hindustan Times special, under the headline 'Government wants Aam Aadmi to offer policy inputs', the paper writes, that the PM has invited ideas and talking points from people, for his debut programme on All India Radio, to be aired on the 3rd of October.
And finally, the Tribune has a picture of the Indian squash team at Incheon with their gold medal.  The paper also gives India's medal tally with 2 gold, 3 silver and 6 bronze.

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