Nine civilians killed in clashes along disputed India, Pakistan border
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election rally in Mumbai finds front page space in most papers. " Wont target sena as tribute to Bal Thakery, says Modi is the Hindustan Times headline.
Modi's great maratha war on Pawar. Says the Asian Age quoting the Prime Minister saying that Pawar's constituency Baramati has as statue of Shivaji much smallar than in surat.
Most paper also report with pictures the sorry sight of river Yamuna in Delhi as idols & polyethene bags & flowers are strewn after the conclusion of Durga Puja festival.
Now, that Rajasthan government has made Camel a state animal , around 8000 families in Tonk district have decided to end the 150 year old tradition of sacrificing camels on Eid-ul-Zuha today and instead go for Goats. says The Tribune.
The fifth edition of Khel maha Kumbh gets started in Gujarat with 35 lakh participants vying for a massive cash prize of 30 crore rupees in different categories, it will last till 22nd November. A brain child of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, its objective has been to spread awareness about sports and spot talent, reports The Pioneer.
An auction sale in London to be held soon will have some rare books on maharaja Ranjit Singh and his times, accounts of the Lahore Durbar and insights into the daily life of the Sikh Court during the reign of maharaja Dalip Singh. These are part of a private collection and also include some rare military maps of Panjab and picture of India & Pakistan reports the Tribune.
In some great news Jahnivi the 3 year old child who went missing from India Gate lawn of Delhi nearly a week ago has been found of course social media played a very significant role reports the Hindu.