Dr APJ Abdul Kalam- Apple of children's eyes! | Zee News
Photographs and headlines of India's well-loved 'Missile Man', Ex president, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam passing away at IIM Shillong last evening, fill the pages of news papers this morning. "People's President Joins the stars" headlines The Times of India. The Hindu writes 'Ex President, Bharat Ratna APJ Abdul Kalam was the far-sighted architect of India's space and missile programmes, an institution builder and a visionary, who always wanted to build a strong and self reliant India. His body will be flown to his residence - 10 Rajaji Marg New Delhi this morning, reports The Indian Express.
Terror striking Punjab near Gurdaspur yesterday, is also extensively reported upon. The Tribune headline reads "Terror again: They came to kill, got killed". The paper added- Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal has said that the border should be effectively sealed by the Centre from terrorists across the border.
Railways track man, Ashwani Saini, turned out to be the savior for 270 passengers travelling on the Amritsar bound passenger train. This also reported by The Tribune.
Congress member, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury was, yesterday, suspended from the Lok Sabha for the day by speaker Sumitra Mahajan - for insulting the Chair after he banged a placard on her desk - though the House did manage to get some work done. The day clearly belonged to Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, reports The Asian Age.
Indian Express writes For the first time NCERT has come out with an exhaustive list of learning indicators for students of classes I to VIII.
Final view on RBI veto to be taken only after consultaions says government - reports Hindustan Times.
And finally,.. The Financial Express headlines "Signs of revival: Monsoon deficiency declines to 4 per cent.