Saturday, January 23, 2016

Netaji Files: Government Accepted Decades Ago He Died In 1945 Plane Crash

Netaji Files: Government Accepted Decades Ago He Died In 1945 Plane Crash


    NIA picking up 14 suspects in a terror crackdown and a judicial probe ordered in the Hyderabad suicide are the two stories that dominate headlines this morning.
    "NIA picks up 14 men linked to IS in nationwide raids, foils Paris-style hit" leads The Times of India. "City on alert amid terror arrests" writes Hindustan Times."Delhi on alert after driver of hijacked Pathankot cab killed" notes The Pioneer.
    Commenting on the Hyderabad suicide The Hindu writes "Mother India lost a dear son, says PM as students protest". "Modi grieves Rohit's death" writes The Pioneer. "HRD Ministry to set up judicial commission on suicide" states The Asian Age.
    Writing on the chilly conditions in Delhi, Hindustan Times notes "Delhi's chill and air quality hit season's lowest". The Times of India writes that Delhi experienced it's coldest night of the winter on Friday with the mercury falling to 4.2 degree Centrigrade.
    The Business Line quotes the United Nations as saying that "at 7.3 percent, India will be world's fastest growing large economy this year".
    Referring to the Prime Minister's visit to Varanasi The Pioneer quotes Mr. Modi as saying "Government will ensure empowerment of Divyaang".
    The Asian Age reports that the negotiations on the proposed Rafale fighter jet deal between India and France are "not finalised". French ambassador to India Francois Richier said on Friday, but added he is "hopeful" despite the "complex negotiations.
    The Pioneer reports the French President Francois Hollande will start his India visit from Le Corbusier's city beautiful, Chandigarh. Accompanied by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Hollande will visit prominent tourist places like Rock Garden, Capitol Complex, and the archaeological excavation site at Arts Museum.
    Why habits are so hard to break has finally been decoded The Asian Age reports that are you one of those who can't stop eating junk food ?. This is because a habit leaves a lasting mark on specific circuits in the brain, priming us to feed our cravings, a new study has found.
    And finally, typing fast may be killing your writing skills. Well, Hindustan Times reports that the quality of your writing may get better if you typed slower. Researchers from the University of Waterloo say this is because slow-typing allows the brain more time to search for better words.

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