India Replaces China as Next Big Frontier for U.S. Tech Companies - The New York Times
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to New York hosting a summit of Germany, Japan & Brazil under G-4 format dominates newspapers today.
"We are the new world" -says PM is the Asian Age headline.
G-4 leaders seek time-bound UN reforms" says The Hindu.
Newspapers are also agog with reports that Indian American comedian Rajiv Satyal will be hosting Prime Minister Modi's visit at California today have everyone in splits with witty one liners.
Air India planning to launch a direct flight thrice a week from Delhi to San Fransisco covering the distance in 16 hrs makes for front page story in the Sunday Business Standard.
Vedanta benefited from arrested IAS officer - state lost over 600 crore Rupees according to Rajasthan probe, reports the Indian Express.
Asian Age reports that FTII students have written to the I & B ministry that they are ready to end their 107 days strike.
The CBI raids on chief minister of Himachal Pradesh Virbhadra Singh and he being the first serving CM to be raided, BJP MP from Ara, R.K Singh alleging that tickets for Bihar Assembly polls were sold, An F.N. Souza painting selling at 1.7 crores have also been covered by most newspapers.
A CISF subinspector Herkewal Singh restoring a lost bag containing 1.2 Lakh rupees at New Delhi Metro Station to the owner has been reported by Times of India.
World largest surviving legislator STONE LYNGDOH who fought uranium mining single handedly in Meghalaya passes away at 86 reports the Pioneer.
Orthopedic sergeon S. Rajasekaran from Coimbatore will get the prestigious, WALTER. P. BLOUNT Humanitarian award in US for doing complex surgeries on the poor reports the Hindu.
The Kashmiri Pandits celebrated VITASTA in Jammu yesterday-- which falls on the 13th day of waxing moon of Bhadrapad. This is the day when river jhelam the lifeline of the valley is supposed to have orginated reports The Tribune.