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"US lifts sanctions on Iran" is The Hindu headline saying that IAEA confirmed that Tehran had met its commitments to roll back its nuclear program.
"Delhi faces canine crisis" is a front page story in the Hindustan Times with 1 dog bite happening every 6 minutes. There are four lakh street dogs roaming the streets of Delhi according to a conservative estimate.
"Non-IAS babus now eligible for secretary level posts" says The Asian Age headline. Now those belonging to IPS, IRS, IFOS, IIS would also be eligible.
The Goa government's decision to derecognize the coconut palm as a tree to facilitate industrialization as claimed by critics has rattled botanists and environmentalists in the country reports The Pioneer. The Coconut trees are the second line of defence against Tsunami, mangroves being the first it says.
The Business Standard reports that government may defer implementation of 7th pay commission award due to a resource crunch.
Now the Home Ministry will install a laser wall at Indo-Pak border at 40 unfenced streched - any detection will raise a loud siren - to prevent infiltration of terrorists, says The Pioneer on front page.
The Tribune carries a picture of people thronging the last day of the World Book Fair in Delhi yesterday while the Business line carries a picture of Chennai's Marina Beach showing thousand's of people on last day of Pongal festivities.
Delhi metro recycling 8 tonnes of its waste paper/ scheme for skill development and rehabilitation of beggars in pipeline/ Pollution and general civic amenities a big hurdle for start up India/ BSF camel contingent out of Republic day Parade this time/ Madhya Pradesh to host 10 days Jal Mahotsav on 12th Februray at Indra Sagar Dam/ and first flower- a Zinnia grown in space by NASA are some of the stories coverd by Newspaper today.