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AN OVERVIEW OF TODAY'S NEWSPAPERS:-
The Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's surprise stopover in Pakistan continues to dominate the headlines this morning. "India, Pak get down to business" writes Hindustan Times. "Drop-in diplomacy wins global kudos" leads The Pioneer. "PM's meet eases path for dialogue" is the lead headline in The Hindu. In a related story The Asian Age reports that the US media hopes the Prime Ministers visit to Pakistan will give fillip to the relationship.
All the Papers report of three Hyderabad based cousin brothers held at Nagpur on the way to join IS. The Asian Age reports that after the Nirbhaya tragedy the Union Home Ministry has invoked the stringent provision of the criminal law amendment act of 2013 to rescue the devdasis. "Lodha panel set to propose overhaul of cricket board. Netas and Bizmen may be barred from management" writes The Times of India.
"Kota goes in remedial mode as number of student suicides rises" reports Hindustan Times. The paper writes that the district administration has come up with various guidelines to reduce the pressure felt by students.Writing on the Universal Immunisation Programme The Indian Express writes that to check cervical cancer, govt plan to launch HPV vaccine.
The Financial Express reports that come January 1, loss-making government-run Air-India will not serve non-vegetarian food to its economy class passengers on flights up to 90 minutes duration. And finally The Indian Express writes of an amazing story of how six farmers in Dhundi village of Kheda district of Gujarat village have formed a "solar cooperative". They trap the sun and power the grid. The switch to solar panels to irrigate fields and sell excess power to state discom.