Sunday, October 12, 2014

Pak rules out war, Modi says we have shut their mouth

Front pages Nobel Peace Prize 2014

Under the headline, "Nobel panel links religions, neighbours via Satyarthi, Mala Yousafzai", The Asian Age says that child rights crusader Kailash Satyarthi has said he will ask Pakistani teenager Malala to join him in the fight against exploitation of children. The Times of India writes that Malala has invited PM Narendra Modi and Pak PM Sharif to attend the awards ceremony. The paper also says Malala is unable to return to her homeland because of threats from the Taliban.
A headline in The Times of India says, "Guns fall silent on border after 9 days". Indian Express under the caption "Pak rules out war, Modi says we have shut their mouth", writes that hours before the Pakistani statement that war is not an option, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a tough line on the ceasefire violations, saying Pakistan has got a befitting lesson.
The Asian Age writes that the CBI is likely to examine former finance minister P. Chidambaram in connection with its probe of the Foreign Investment Promotion Board's approval granted to the controversial Aircel-Maxis deal.
Stating that the hardship caused to people due to floods in Jammu and Kashmir warrants a departure from ordinary procedure, the Supreme Court has dismissed a batch of appeal by insurance firms, aggrieved by an order to compensate victims upfront without verification, reports The Indian Express.
"AIIMS reports nails cops in Sunanda probe", under that headline, Mail Today reports that the medical board has blamed the probe officer for not providing key inputs while clearly stating that the cause of death was poisoning.
And finally, "Want to stay thin? Strap ice packs around body" reads a TOI headline, saying that scientists have now found that strapping ice packs around your body converts white fat into calorie burning tissue.

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