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The fall out of the devastation caused by the Earthquake in Nepal, the NDA government's crackdown on NGO's that failed to file their annual returns, and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India facing flak from netizens after releasing around 1 million email Ids on the web are some lead stories in papers today.
"Fear rules Kathmandu Streets - Geologists say entire city has shifts 3m South - India keeps up momentum of operation Maitri" writes the Hindustan Times.
Asking how prepared are we for handling Earthquakes as the Northern part of India lies in a high seismic zone and urban growth has been largely unplanned, the Tribune point outs " Jammu sits on major fault line," " Himachal's stilt Buildings fraught with danger," " Punjab's Disaster response caught in fund crunch" and "Gurgaon's 1,100 high rises are at risk."
The Hindu reports that in a major embarrassment to the Aam Admi Party led government, the Tilak Manjhi Bhagalpur University of Bihar told the Delhi High Court yesterday that Law Minister Jitendar Singh Tomar's law degree was fabricated and did not exist on its records.
Putting the spotlight on the land bill row, The Hindustan Times says, "Parties oppose bill to gain ground- apart from opposition parties, NDA allies such as Shiv Sena and Akali Dal to voice their dissent."
The Asian Age reports that according to the International Olympic Committee, India will not bid for the 2024 Games as it's too soon for India to host a successful Games.
The Indian Express reports that a deadlock on the National Judicial Appointment Commission could lead to a constitutional crisis after it emerged that the Chief Justice of India had informed Prime Minister Modi that he would not join the panel until the Supreme court decided on the validity on the new system to appoint Judges.
And finally, In good news for empowering the individual for greater privacy, The Times of India writes that in a ground breaking development, Britains first legally approved HIV self-testing kit went on sale online yesterday.