Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Hyderabad HC asks Telangana, AP to explain farmers' suicides | Business Standard News

Hyderabad HC asks Telangana, AP to explain farmers' suicides | Business Standard News


    Reports of Prime Minister Modi's visit to US fill today's papers. "Modi talks tough on terrorism" says the Hindustan Times. "UN yet to define terror after 70 years", reports the Asian Age, quoting the Prime Minister's concern that "if it takes so long in doing so, then how many years will be required to deal with menace". "NaMo also has talks with UK PM, French Prez"  seeking support for India's permanent seat in the UN Security Council reports the Times of India.

    "21st century is India's century: Modi" headlines the Pioneer. "Pak daily heaps praises on Modi", notes Mail Today, quoting an editorial in The Nation, "While Modi is received like a star and is attending events and parties, PM Sharif only has the UN platform to make an impact. The odds are stacked against Pakistan".

    The National Capital in the grip of the dreaded disease Dengue is another prominent story. "Dengue spirals out of control" headlines Mail Today. "Worst dengue out break in 10 years" says the Pioneer, while the Hindu notes "2,191 cases reported last week alone".

    The run up to polls in Bihar also finds place in all dailies. "Shah to camp in Bihar to mend NDA fissures", --- Asian Age. "Lalu may come under EC scanner for casteist remark", -- Hindustan Times. "Nitish Kumar hurls outsider taunt at PM Modi" - Mail Today; "ticket sale charges fly thick and fast" in all parties , notes The Pioneer.

    "No evidence against ex-PM in coal gate : CBI " report the Financial Express, Indian Express, and The Pioneer, stating that "the probe agency said there is no prima facie evidence that he favoured Naveen Jindal's Jindal Steel and Power Limited while allocating coal blocks."

    ISRO launches its first dedicated, multi wave-length space observatory along with six satellites for Canada, Indonesia and the United States, thus "joining the select club of nations having their own space observatories like the US, Japan Russia and Europe."

    Most dailies carry photographs of the "Moon's rare red face" - Hindustan Times -- during the lunar eclipse yesterday. The Times of India carries a photograph of the "Super Blood Moon" as seen in New Delhi.

    And finally, Yoga reaches the Antartica! "Indian scientists beat polar stress with Yoga" reports the Hindustan Times. "For over the two dozen scientists at Bharti, the Indian station, yoga plays a key role in their phycial well being." 

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