Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Greece turns into a global tragedy

Greece turns into a global tragedy


Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio programme Mann ki Baat on Sunday dominates headlines this morning."PM keeps 'radio silence' on Lalitgate" is the lead in the Hindu, adding 'eschews all controversies keeps Mann ki Baat personal'.

The Financial Express reports that the Indian MET Department says that the country has received monsoon rainfall 19 percent more than normal till now.

In an encouraging news on the health front the Pioneer reports that "Tamil Nadu turns to Yoga Therapy for Diabetes-free India".

The Hindu quotes the Reserve Bank of India as saying that Governor,"Raghuram Rajan did not make alarmist remarks", "He was only voicing concern over the policies of some central banks", in an apparent damage control.

"Psychometric tests for pilots may be a must", writes the  Economic Times, adding that the "Directorate General of Civil Aviation, DGCA, may make such testing mandatory at Airlines but some analysts feel it won't achieve much".

"Myanmar Army chief to visit India", writes the Asian Age, adding 'Myanmar army chief visit to finalise the mode of operations to flush out north-east insurgents'.

"Delhi Universities second cut off list to be out today, drops of up to 1 percent possible", reports the Hindustan Times.

The Hindustan Times and The Tribune report on the front pages that Olympic Bronze Medalist Vijender Singh is ready to give up India colours and plunge into the rich but demanding and glitzy ring of professional Boxing.

And finally, the Indian Express reports that it was an immensely proud moment for Bibipur village in Haryana when the village got special mention in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mann ki Baat on Sunday for its innovative "Beti Bachao, Selfie Banao" contest.

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