Saturday, October 24, 2015

Strongest ever western hemisphere storm heads for Mexico

Strongest ever western hemisphere storm heads for Mexico


Most newspapers lead with a report of Union Minister of State for External Affairs', comment on the Faridabad killings. "V.K Singhs "dog remark" on Dalit killings triggers storm" says The Tribune. "VK Singh gets a political kicking for dog remark" reports The Asian Age while The Times of India quotes the minister as saying "I apologize, didn't mean to hurt people".

On the foundation stone of the new capital of Andhra Pradesh being laid, newspapers say "Amaravathi rises in new avatar"- Pioneer. "Modi lays foundation, New Amaravathi is born"- The Hindu; "PM mum on special status on AP" highlights The Statesman whereas The Asian Age reports "PM Modi says Congress spread poison by its hasty decision to split Andhra".

Reporting the RSS chief, Mohan Bhagwat at his annual address in Nagpur on the completion of 90 years of the Sangh's foundation, the Pioneer quotes, "Modi government took India from despondency to confidence". "BJP breathes easy as RSS chief backs reservation" says The Times of India whereas The Hindustan Times reports the chief as saying "Small incidents being blown out of proportion".

The Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray's comments in Mumbai also find mention on the front pages. "Dadri brought more shame to India than ink attack" quotes The Hindu. "Uddhav taunts BJP on beef, Ayodhya but ruled out walking out of the Maharashtra Government" reports The Statesman.

"Japan fuels PM's bullet train dream with 15 billion dollar soft loan at an interest rate of less than one per cent" reports The Pioneer adding that "India's dream of acquiring a bullet train has got a boost."

And finally, a note of caution, The Times of India reports a study published in the International Journal of Obesity: "Children who regularly use antibiotics gain weight faster than those who have never taken the drugs."

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