Monday, October 12, 2015

Hyderabad has become epicentre of terrorists: Dattatreya

Hyderabad has become epicentre of terrorists: Dattatreya


    86 killed in Ankara blasts, tension in Mainpuri over cow slaughter, Indian boxer Vijender Singh thrashing Britain's Sonny Whiting in his professional debut and CBI raiding Mallya premises are the front page stories in most papers.

    The Hindustan Times, Times of India and the Asian Age have a picture of the devastation at the terrorist attack site in Ankara. "Turkish PM declares 3 days of national mourning", writes the Statesman.

    "21 held for violence over cow killing rumour in Mainpuri" states the Hindustan Times. "Police see right wing plot behind Mainpuri violence" is the Times of India headline.

    The news of Vijender Singh winning his professional debut features prominently on Hindustan Times page one plus. "Bhiwani boy gets his professional career off to a flying start in Manchester, mauling home boy Sonny Whiting  with a full round to spare' writes the paper.

    "King of good times has CBI at his door" says Mail Today, referring to CBI raiding Vijay Mallya's King Fisher Airlines for a 900 crore rupee loan fraud on IDBI.

    "CBI raids Bank of Baroda branch for 6000 crore rupee forex violations" is the Business Standard headline. The paper adds that this pertained to black money transferred to Hong Kong.

    "First phase campaigning end amid raging row over beef ban" writes the Tribune, referring to Bihar election.

    Sarah Joseph and Rahman Abbas returning their Sahitya Akademi Awards over the Dadri lynching incident is widely covered by the press. PAK PM Sharif inviting Geelani to Pakistan to discuss J&K figures in the Statesman and the Asian Age.

    Sacked minister Asim Ahmed Khan gets front page coverage in the Hindustan Times and Statesman. The Hindustan Times, quoting him writes "its a conspiracy'. The paper adds that he is threatening to expose big names.

    "Punjab farmers refuse to yield ground, extend stir by 2 day's is the Tribune headline. India's Drashti Bhanushali crowned Mrs India Worldwide in Myanmar is another feather in the cap for Indian beauty queens competing at the international level. Her picture appears in the Asian Age.

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