Monday, July 13, 2015

Double the joy for Hingis as she and Paes win mixed title | Daily Mail Online

Double the joy for Hingis as she and Paes win mixed title | Daily Mail Online


The torrential rain in most parts of the country, the Vyapam scam, Prime ministers visit to Turkmenistan, and the Greek tragedy seem to dominate most newspapers today.

Talks back on track: Pak reports Hindustan Times, writing - Modi and Sharif agreed to address Kashmir, Siachen, Sir Creek issue through back channel talks says Pak PM's aide.

The Asian Age carries full page stories on Vyapam scam calling it mother of all scams and quotes a digital forensic expert as saying so far only tip of the ice berg has been exposed.

The Hindu in a full page story titled "Autopsy of a scam " lists the body pile up.

Wettest July in 5 years cripples city, kills one is the Times of India headline with a picture of a water flooded house.

The Hindu in a box item reports how India's much celebrated diamond cutting and polishing industry which has held global dominance over decades is now getting difficult due to high labour cost and squeezed margins.

The Financial Express headlines "A Greek tragedy every which way. Then Plato and Aristotle and now Mr.Tsipras. How did Greece fall so low?"

J & K to get a huge development package is the Hindu headline saying there is also a proposal for 2 IITs and an IIM and an AIIMS affiliated medical institute.

Come July 14, the country will see the another huge congregation of mankind at the Kumbh Mela at Nashik -Trimbhakeshuwar. However there will be two flag hoisting ceremonies, one by Vaishnav sect and another by local priests - reports The Indian Express.

And finally, Akodara, a small hamlet in North Gujarat has emerged as India's first Digital Village. All transactions above 10 Rs. are being done online here and is all set to become India's 1st paperless village.

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