Sunday, May 17, 2015

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi's China visit dominates the front page of almost all papers. 'Modi asks China to reconsider stand on issues that strain ties' is the Hindustan Times headline. The Hindustan Times, Asian Age and the Tribune show the Prime Minister, clicking a selfie with the Chinese Prime Minister. The Asian Age calls it the 'most powerful selfie'. "Its the year of India in China says Modi", writes the Hindustan Times.

The Indian Express reports that the Prime Minister wowed Chinese students by speaking to them in Mandarin. The Hindu quotes Anadiben Patel, who is accompanying the Prime Minister as saying "states will seek bigger role in foreign policy".

AIADMK calls legislators meet" writes the Hindu, of Jayalalithaa, paving the way for her return as CM. The paper adds that the Karnataka government is likely to file an appeal against her acquittal.

The tussle between the L.G and Kejriwal figures in most dailies. 'LG, Kejriwal at loggerheads" says the Statesman.

"Shakuntala Gamlin appointed acting Chief Secretary by LG despite AAP govenment's reservations" writes the Asian Age.

Mail Today shows Rahul Gandhi during his padyatra for farmer issues in Telangana. Indian Express reports that he blames the NDA government at Centre and TRS government in Telangana for neglecting farmers.

The Financial Express reports of the government telling the Supreme Court that the Aadhar Card is a must to plug leakages in schemes.

Most papers have reported of a hike in Petrol and Diesel prices.

So what if you can't drive. The Economic Times says "Googles self driving cars ready to hit California roads".

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