Sunday, April 12, 2015

Seven policemen killed in Sukma encounter | Eastern Mirror Nagaland

Seven policemen killed in Sukma encounter | Eastern Mirror Nagaland


Almost all newspapers carry the Prime Minister's visit to Paris on their front pages and on the 36 ready-to-fly Rafale jets deal.

If the government approves, the Aviation Ministry's proposal, Union Minister of State, former Vice President, Deputy Chief Minister's and the Cabinet Secretary will be among those who will be frisked like ordinary passengers, at the airports- reports the Hindustan Times on the front page.

The Economics Times reports that India's foreign exchange reserves have surged for the third consecutive week-dollar inflows are expected to escalate after Moody's revised India's Baa3 rating outlook to 'positive' from 'stable'.

'Cloud over monsoon gets bigger; Longer El Nino is new forecast' is an Indian Express headline - There is 70 per cant chance that El Nino event will continue till summer of northern hemisphere.

Sunderbans tiger reserve holds the highest economic value says a survey after studying 6 tiger reserves- Corbett, Kanha, Ranthambore, Periyar, Kaziranga and Sunderban- says a Pioneer report.

The Hindustan times reports that several American museums have begun returning possibly stolen artifacts to India - many were smuggled out by dealer Subhash Kapoor.

And finally, The Times of India reports of a dowry seeker banned for 2 years by a Khap Panchayat in Meerut and another story of tribal women near Nashik and Ahmednagar being given 'IODINE BINDIS' to fight the deficiency.

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