Monday, November 16, 2015

French launch "massive" anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria

French launch "massive" anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria

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    Friday night's orchestrated and co-ordinated terrorist assault at diverse locations in Paris, prominently covered by Papers. "France savaged, world shocked", headlines Hindustan Times, adding that the French President called it An act of war that was prepared, organised, and planned from abroad, with internal help. Times of India reports that 29 persons have been killed and Islamic State has claimed  responsibility for the act.
    Hindustan Times notes that Indian security agencies have asked their US, European and West Asian counterparts with technical or human surveillance in Islamic State-held territories in Iraq and Syria, to help estimate the number of Indians fighting for the so-called Caliphate of Abu Bakar Baghdadi.
    "Prime minister and Rajnath Singh pay glowing tribute to Pandit Nehru" writes the Times of India, at his 126th birth anniversary on Saturday,with glowing tribute to his role in the Indian freedom Struggle.
     The Statesman writes that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to raise issues related to terrorism, climate change and global cooperation to unearth black money, during the two day G-20 Summit, that begins today at the Turkish resort town of Antalya. Leaders from 20 top economies of the world are expected to attend the summit.
     President Pranab Mukerjee, while inaugurating the 35th India International Trade Fair at Pragati Maidan on Saturday, asserted that the India Economy has withstood Global challenges and has the  potential of becoming a 10 Trillion Dollar economy by 2030-35. "President says Make in India key to Growth."
    "Come December, Documentation in Delhi will become easier", writes The Hindu. In what is seen as a significant paradigm shift in the way its departments currently deliver various services and documentations to the citizens of Delhi, the AAP government has decided to make a dozen of the most sort-after documents accessible, with minimal hassle, and at the shortest possible time frame. As an example, third party attestation is to be replaced by self-attestation.
    And finally, The Indian Express quotes Prime Minister Narendra Modi -as saying 'My Hindustan is in Alwar's Imran Khan', to a packed audience in Wembley Stadium in London. The Prime Minister had praised Imran Khan, a humble tailor in Alwar who studied as a child under a lantern in his village home.

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