CBI ‘raid’ at Kejriwal office: ‘Sealing of a CM’s office unprecedented, I am shocked, says Mamata Banerjee | The Indian Express
NEWSPAPERS HEADLINES :
Most papers lead with the Hope for the GST Bill's passage in parliament receeding with the Congress continuing its aggressive stance against the government.
Referring to the Shakur basti demolition drive in Delhi to free encroached Railway land, the Indian Express writes "Children suffering in cold, you don't care, High Court tells Railways". The paper also quotes the railways as saying that 47,000 jhuggis are holding up projects worth 260 crore rupees in Delhi.
"India set to discuss Pak-controlled Kashmir only, says diplomat "writes the Hindustan Times, referring to the upcoming peace talks between the two countries. In a related story, the Asian Age writes that two Hurriyat conference leaders met the Pakistan High Commissioner in Delhi and told him that Islamabad should maintain consistency and firmness over its Kashmir Policy.
Raising a red flag to highlight global warming, the Times of India writes that by 2100 global temperatures may rise by 8 degres centigrade, with Billions of people at risk from flooding, drought and food shortages.
"Centre Plays Santa, Slashes Flight prices" says the Mail Today, writing that Delhi Flights will be cheaper now as the government plans to slash user development fee for domestic and international flights.
"FCRA services for NGO's go online", writes the the Economic Times adding that once the NGO has applied, the Intelligence Bureau gets a 3 month deadline for its verification report, else the permission will be deemed to be taken.