Wednesday, December 2, 2015

34 farmers, farm hands committed suicide every day in 2014 | Zee News

34 farmers, farm hands committed suicide every day in 2014 | Zee News


The opening day of the 12-day Climate Change Summit in Paris - the largest single-day gathering of Head of States or Government in history - that highlighted global commitment to the Climate Fight - is extensively covered by the Papers. "Prime Minister warns against unilateral steps", headlines the Statesman. "Modi to First World: We didnt start fire" reports The Asian Age. "Climate Change is not of our making: says Modi" is the lead headline in Hindustan Times.

Publishing a photograph on its front page - of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan's Nawaz Sharif chatting comfortably on a sofa during the Climate Summit - The Indian Express writes - 'First India-Pak meeting after Ufa talks in July.

The Hindu reports "As Modi-Sharif meet, Delhi Police link spy ring to Pakistan High Commission. The paper further adds that the two men arrested in the espionage racket in Jammu - said that they had been invited to Pakistan by their handler and told that their people at the Pakistan High Commission would help them.

The debate on 'intolerance' in the Lok Sabha yesterday, is also extensively covered. After a CPI(M) member made some remarks against the Home Minister, which were, later, expunged by the Lok Sabha speaker, the Asian Age reports "Rajnath seeks apology on Day 1 of intolerance debate".

The Economic Times top headline reads, "Made in India : Economy grows 7.4% in the September quarter".  The picking-up of economic pace has been helped by strong manufacturing - of 9.3% and signs of revival in investment, that are giving a timely boost to the Government as it makes a case for Reforms in Parliament, reports the paper.

Mail Today writes that Delhi's air quality is getting unhealthier by the day and that the Air Quality Index (AQI) had jumped to twice the hazard mark yesterday.

And finally, The Times of India informs us that in a ground breaking project, Israel is aiming to recreate a wine from the 'Marawi' and 'Jandali' grapes - that are traced to the third century, there by making a wine like the ancient one, that was perhaps, drunk by the likes of King David and Jesus Christ himself.

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