Shashi Tharoor's removal as spokesperson has nothing to do with Sunanda Pushkar's death: Congress
The impact of Cyclone HUDHUD in Andhra Pradesh and Odhisha along with pictures makes for the front page news in almost all news papers. HUDHUD battles vizag " says the Asian Age , The Pioneer headlines "Alert India clips Hudhud's wings " good disaster management by Andhra and Odisha government limits loss of human lives to 6. The paper also caries helpline number from various states in a box.
Law panel pushes for report of 113 more archaic laws is a report in the Hindustan Times for example the Madras Compulsory Labour Act, 1858 allows forced labour , now illegal under the constitution.
The Business Standard reports of a 300 crore rupees fine imposed on swiss Multi National Company - Novartis by the National Pharmaceutical Pricing authority for overcharging consumers on sale of its pain killer - Voveron. However it has been challenged in the High Court by Novartis.
The Times of India carries a story of the sighting of some endangered Egyptian vultures near Delhi. Vultures, the natural scavengers have practically become extinct in this area.
An Andhra village - PINKADIMI - in the west Godavari district, known for its 200 families who have been astrologers are now engaged in sensational feud reports the Indian Express on its front page.
AIIMS study links air pollution to arthritis " says Express Newsline Preliminary analysis of an ongoing study at AIIMS reports of worsening symptoms for arthritic patients when suspended particulate matter increase in the air.