PM Narendra Modi uses soft power to hardsell 'Make in India' in Germany
French company Airbus's plans to increase Indian outsourcing to 2 billion dollars, Rafale Jet deal, Killing of 7 jawans by Naxals in Sukma and Delhi CM's announcement of Rs. 20000 per acre relief to farmers are some of the stories that find place on the front pages of the major dailies today.
"Airbus supports Modi, ready to make in India" headlines The Financial Express. The front page of The Tribune headlines "Make in India: Airbus to invest 2 billion dollars".
Highlighting the Rafale deal The Hindustan Times quotes the Defence Minister "Rafale deal oxygen for IAF". The Times of India writes "Direct purchase could help end dogfight on pricing", while with a different perspective The Hindu Opines "Rafale purchase a setback for 'Make in India' pitch".
On release of top LeT terrorist Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi The Asian Age says "Pak divided over Lakhvi jail release" reporting that it has led to sharp differences within the Pakistan government.
Naxals kill 7 Jawans in an ambush reports The Asian age in a front page news. The Indian Express reports the incident as "Ambush STF party in biggest attack this year".
"Kejriwal woos farmers with 'hefty' relief" writes The Times of India about the 20000 Rs per acre relief announced by the Delhi CM. The Asian Age quotes the Delhi CM endorsing his relief saying "Have not forgotten poll promises".
And Finally, having difficulty sleeping after watching TV? Try orange glasses for better sleep reports The Times of India citing studies that say orange glasses can block certain wave lengths of light emitted by electroninc screens and make it easier to sleep.