Pawan Kalyan opposes forcible land acquisition for Andhra capital - States
Prime Minister's visit to Bihar with a 1.25 lakh crore package, 3 power discoms in Delhi having inflated dues by 8000 crore, 7 pilgrims being killed in Gurdwara Manikaran Sahib in Kullu, government launching 2000 crore of funds for startups, the Passing away of the President's wife and Parsis celebrating their New Year yesterday are some of the stories in the news papers today.
"Ranil to Return as Prime Minister" headlines the Hindu pointing to the recent elections in Sri Lanka.
The Financial Express reports of global rating agency Moody's trimming India's growth from 7.5 to 7 percent citing a deficient monsoon.
"OROP protesters agree to calm down after PMO's assurances" says a Pioneer headline. Delhi Police says sorry to veterans for mishandling them.
Rohan Paul joins the elite list of Google and Facebook founders now as a recipient of an innovation award at Massachusets institute of technology. Rohan an IIT Delhi alumni invented a smart cane costing about 3000 rupees - an electronic cane for the visually challenged that sense an obstacle in their way says a Tribune report.
In Bengal recently, a raid in an engineer Pranab Adhikari's house, money totaling to 20 crore rupees stashed in cisterns, floor tiles, water tanks, sofas, beds and even walls were found, says a Hindustan Times report.
Well... who says Sanskrit is obsolete? 60 intellectuals have enrolled for a summer camp in China to learn the ancient language says a Hindu report - it includes Chinees and German Indologists and Yoga Practitioners too.