Sunday, August 2, 2015

Chandrababu Prepares TDP Leaders For Attack Over KCR - The Hans India

Chandrababu Prepares TDP Leaders For Attack Over KCR - The Hans India


The abduction of 4 Indians in Libya and the rescuing of two of them, the drop in fuel prices by 2 to 4 rupees per litre and the historic Bangladesh-India enclave swap are some lead stories in papers today.

"68 years after independence, another freedom at midnight" headlines the Times of India writing that at the stroke of midnight, 14,214 citizens of Bangladesh who had been residing in 51 enclaves within India, became Indians.

The Mail Today warns "ISIS goes on hiring spree in India" writing that Indian Mujahideen members and others in India are turning head hunters for the terror group, zeroing in on youngsters  online.

"Government comes to the aid of its banks with Rs. 25,000 crore" says the Hindustan Times, writing that it has sought 12,000 crore rupees from Parliament for disbursal over the next two months and will give 70,000 crore rupees over 4 years.

In good news for dissolving borders while rushing medical aid, the Indian Express reports that a woman at the Institute of Liver and Biliary sciences in Delhi become the successful recipient of a transplanted liver from a man declared brain dead in Jaipur’s SMS medical college - the liver was transported in 4 hours via a green corridor provided by the police teams of Rajasthan, Haryana and Delhi.

And finally, the Times of India writes about a sweet offering creating a bitter taste. The paper reports that the iconic rasgulla finds itself at the centre of a bitter debate as to where it originated, with Odisha seeking a Geographical Index tag for it while most food historians in West Bengal believe it was invented in Kolkata in 1868.

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