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The large-scale destruction caused by cyclone Hudhud in Andhra Pradesh is noted prominently by the Press. "Prime Minister visits cyclone-ravaged Vizag - Andhra Pradesh gets Rs 1,000 crore Aid" - headlines the Tribune, while The Hindu writes - "Hudhud shuts Vizag steel plant - cyclone shatters infrastructure".
Haryana & Maharashtra going to the polls today, is another lead story in the papers. The Hindu writes "Assembly polls today, 'Modi effect' under test". Times of India reports "BJP, Congress in battle for future - as Maharashtra, Haryana vote today".
"Malnourishment declined sharply among children in India" according to a Rapid Survey on Children in 2013-14, reports the Hindu. The proportion of underweight children in India might have declined from 45.1 per cent in 2005-06, to a historic low of 30.7 per cent last year, the paper says.
"For DLF, Sebi Order is Like a 9-Richter Quake", is the top headline in the Economic Times. The papers writes, after Monday's regulatory onslaught, one may wonder whether DLF, the country's largest builder with a huge land bank, can ever regain it's prowess.
And finally, Times of India informs us that " Now, you can run and charge your phone". In future running out of battery on your smart phone might be solved by simply going for a run, thanks to a new pocket-sized gadget that converts physical movement into electricity.