Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Terrorism Is Exported To Us, It Is Not Home Grown, Says PM Modi In New York

Terrorism Is Exported To Us, It Is Not Home Grown, Says PM Modi In New York


    Prime Minister Modi's address to Indian Diaspora at the Madison Square Garden, Paneerselvam to be the next Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu,  and President's rule imposed in Maharashtra are some of the stories that find prominence in today's newspapers.
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi rocking the Madison Square Garden is the story splashed across the front pages of all the papers today. "Modi rocks the Big Apple, Madison Square Garden is enthralled by rockstar PM, as he extends helping hand and outlines his dream for India" is the headline in the Mail Today. The Economic Times writes 'Rockstar Modi sings all the high notes in New York, merger of Person of Indian Origin (PIO) and Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) schemes among steps unveiled by PM in electric speech.
    Most of the papers haver reported about Paneerselvam set to become the chief minister of Tamil Nadu for a second time in their front pages. His swearing-in to take place today. The papers have also reported that Jayalalithaa will move the High Court for bail today.
    Two weeks ahead of the elections to the Maharashtra Assembly, President's rule has been imposed in the state. President Pranab Mukharjee signed the proclamation for imposition of central rule in Maharashtra on Sunday, reports the Hindu Business Line.
    'Spectrum Judge Dattu is new Chief Justice of India' headlines the Hindustan Times. The paper adds that Justice HL Dattu was sworn in  as the 42nd Chief Justice of India and his tenure will last for 14 months.
    "Pak climbs down to admit our Hurriyat invite was bad timing" writes the Indian Express adding that for the first time Pakistan has admitted that the timing of its High Commissioners meeting with Hurriyat leaders in New Delhi, ahead of foreign secretary level talks in August was 'perhaps not totally right'.
    World Health Organisation (WHO's) advice on Heart day is to reduce salt intake as cutting down salt can lower the risk of developing heart disease and stroke. The World Health Organization (WHO) is targeting a 30% reduction in salt intake in all supporting nations by 2025, writes the Hindu.
    And finally, clinical trial shows that a drug (PERJETA) used to treat advanced  breast cancer prolonged lives of patients.  Trials showed those given this new medicine lived 16 months longer than others, reports the Times of India.

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