Sunday, April 5, 2015

Yemen Crisis: INS Mumbai stops off Aden amid heavy shelling | The Indian Express

Yemen Crisis: INS Mumbai stops off Aden amid heavy shelling | The Indian Express


Prime Minister Narendra Modi's public address at Bengaluru, HRD Minister Smriti Irani's spotting a camera in a trial room in Goa's Fab India store, and the new land ordinance are some lead stories in the Major Dailies today.

"Prime Minister takes fight to opposition, unveils 'big plan' to give land to farmers, " writes the Hindustan Times while the Tribune says "LPG subsidy not for affluent, land reforms on course says Prime Minister."

Referring to the stance taken by some BJP leaders on the link between tobacco and cancer in the last few days, the Times of India writes " Another BJP MP backs tobacco- says tobacco beneficial ,has no cancer link."

The Asian Age reports that Central Intelligence agencies have warned of Pakistan based terror groups planning to carry out fidayeen strikes in the national capital.

In bad news for food grain production, the Financial Express writes that the damage to the rabi wheat crop from unseasonal rains and hail storms could be as much as 7000 crore rupees.

 The Hindu, quoting Arvind Panagariya, Vice Chairman of the NITI Aayog says that the Government is readying a relief package that will include cash compensation for damaged crops to farmers hit by unseasonal rain and hail storms.

"Promise to end female foeticide if you want quota, Modi told Jats," writes the Indian Express. The paper adds that Mr. Modi also made an emotional appeal in Panipat and termed the practice of female foeticide a "mental illness" and that it would result in a terrible crisis if it did not stop.

 In hope giving news for speeding up the delivery of Justice, the Mail Today says " Top Judges declare war on Pendency," writing that Chief Justice HL Dattu, along with two senior most judges of the Supreme Court have begun a consultation.

And finally, in some good news for egg lovers, the Times of India writes that according to scientists, eating eggs may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

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