Monday, January 4, 2016

Alert issued in Mumbai after Pathankot terror attacks | Latest News

Alert issued in Mumbai after Pathankot terror attacks | Latest News


The terror attack on Pathankot Indian Air Force base is covered prominently by all the newspapers this morning. "Punjab airbase attacked, 5 Jaish and 6 securitymen killed in 17 hour battle"states the Times of India. The paper writes that peeved at being bypassed in the latest Modi-Sharif outreach in Lahore, Pakistan army's General headquarters in Rawalpindi may have masterminded the Pathankot attack a section of the Indian security establishment feels. "Jihadi's Chat with mother, Pak handler, chilling phone talk intercepted by Indian intel nails Pathankot killers' Pakistan link." leads the Mail Today.

All the papers this morning report of the passing away of veteran CPI leader AB Bardhan. Bardhan had suffered a paralytic stroke on December 7.

Another story that is covered by all the papers this morning is that  in yet another incident of violence reported from jail vans, a 28 year old prison inmate was allegedly beaten to death by three other under trials while they were being transported from Saket court to Tihar central jail.

Hindustan Times reports that the US authorities have deported around 15 more Telugu speaking Indian students with valid Visas on Friday.

Referring to the second day of the odd-even rules implementation the Times of India writes that there were more violations on the second day with 276 Challaned. 1.8 thousand private buses were not plying and autos were fleecing the passengers.

Hindustan Times reports that Education in India could turn the page to a new chapter with the prime minister's office asking the human resource development ministry to fast-track a plan to set up 10 private autonomous university for research and innovation.

The Asian Age in an inspiring story writes Arunima Sinha, an amputee mountaineer from Uttar Pradesh who had set a record by climbing Mount Everest, has set another record by scaling Mount, Aconcagua in Argentina.

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