Wednesday, December 24, 2014

US concerned over Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi being granted bail

US concerned over Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi being granted bail


The Conversion row,  the 26/11 attacks, Delhi reeling under intense cold and fog cover and Janata Parivaar's Dharna against the Modi government are some of the front stories in most papers.
"Conversions come to capital'' is the lead in Hindustan Times. "Govt. stays clear of conversion" writes the Pioneer. While the Hindu writes 'Parliament disrupted, bills caught in conversion logjam'.
'As, UK, US and India watched, Lashkar man plotted 26/11' headlines the Indian Express. "U.S., U. K., India had many leads but failed to stop 26/11" writes the Hindu, adding that New York Times investigation says intelligence not shared.
On the intense cold and fog in the capital, Hindustan Times writes "Fog derails air and rail traffic, whiteout to continue till December 29th. "Fog dogs flights, trains' quips the Pioneer. The Asian Age on its front page carries a photograph of thick fog enveloping Vijay Chowk in New Delhi on Monday. "Delhi colder than Shimla, London' writes the Times of India.
'Janata Parivaar' ups ante against Modi government ' states the Tribune. 'Janata bloc 'quotes' 'Modi to rap centre' writes the Times of India.
'D-Day: verdict on high stake, J&K assembly battle today', 'Fate of 831 candidates vying for 8 seats to be unlocked' is the lead headline in the Tribune.
'Over two decades after it was first published, the first revised English edition of 'Why I assassinated Gandhi' which includes Nathuram Godse's statement before the court at the Red Fort trial in its "unabridged form", the judgement and his will is back in circulation is a front page story in the Hindu.
Colombia and Real Madrid's star footballer James Rodriguez was the most searched athlete on Google in 2014 reports the Times of India.
And finally, something for the parents to take note of, The Times of India writes, that a new study on American kids has warned that fast food slows down children's brains and is linked to poor scores in school tests.

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