Tuesday, May 5, 2015

21 Burnt to Death After Bus Falls From Bridge in Madhya Pradesh

21 Burnt to Death After Bus Falls From Bridge in Madhya Pradesh


The tussle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt. Governer Najeeb Jung over all files going through the latter finds  front page space on most papers.

“Take back order on files - LG to CM",  headlines The Indian Express.

"Jung, AAP spar over routing of files", says the Hindustan Times.

In Another story, The paper reports that the relief money of 61 crore rupees to the over one lakh families affected by April 21  cyclonic storm in Bihar seems to have trebled the sale of laiquor there.

The DMRC or the Delhi Metro as we call it celebrated its 21st Foundation Day yesterday, report many newspapers; 43 employees were awarded at the function - not to forget  that it's remained 99.88 per cent punctual last year.

The Pioneer reports that India welcomes United Nations Security Council committee's assurance that will take up the release issue of 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi with Pakistan in next meeting.

The Indian Express reports that over 100 children are homeless again in Nepal after an orphanage collapsed. And the Mail Today carries a story on Nepal having been a hub of human trafficking for long and now the chances have gone up further after the terrible earthquake.

The Hindustan Times reports that 21 year old Romio Fernandes becomes the first Indian Footballer to play professionally in Brazil for a top league.

Imarti is a much loved Indian sweet but ever heard of a 37 kg imarti? Well Mumbai Sanskriti restaurant created the world largest Imarti reports the Asian Age with a picture. It took a total of 3 Hrs and 48 minutes to cook it & establish place in the guiness book of records.

Most papers have also covered National Film Award presented by the President, with picture.

And finally, The Hindustan Times reports that the government is set to rework the definition of forests.

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