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"For the first time, Pakistan admits its ready with battlefield nukes", reads the top headline in The Time of India. Pakistan has ramped up its nuclear saber-rattling ahead of Prime Minister Nawaj Sharif's meeting with US President Barack Obama, stating that deployment of tactical nuclear weapons in border area was aimed at deterring any conventional Indian attack through Delhi's 'Cold Start' doctrine.
The Statesman reports that a dalit family of four, including two minors were burnt alive while sleeping, by some upper caste persons at Sunped village in Faridabad yesterday, even as two policemen looked on. The two children later succumbed to their injuries.
"Chief Justice of India breaks his silence". Mail today writes that Chief Justice HL Dattu spoke out on the Supreme Court judgment scraping the National Judicial Appointments Commission. He said the verdict is good for the Institution, and that the government is mature and will take the decision in the right spirit.
"India adds 5.21 lakh jobs in a year", headlines The Asian Age, in the eight sectors of - IT/BPO, automobiles, gems and jewelery, textiles, handloom and powerloom, leather, metal and transport, according to a survey done by the Labour Bureau.
"GDP growth to exceed 7.5 percent", writes the Statesman. Dismissing Standard and Poor's cautious remarks on the Indian economy, the Finance Ministry said that more reform measures will be taken by the government to push growth further still.
"Center's finger is on Pulse", writes The Pioneer. "After Beef its Dal that is creating ripples in the Bihar election", adds the Paper.