Friday, January 15, 2016

No one arrested, we are still in business, says Jaish-e-Mohammad

No one arrested, we are still in business, says Jaish-e-Mohammad

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    Deferring of Foreign Secretary level talks between India and Pakistan is the lead in all papers this morning.
    "India, Pak agree to reschedule talks" is the Hindustan Times headline. Times of India states "Talks delayed, but on track; India hails Pak action on Jaish-e-Mohammed, says Probe team from across Border Welcome".
    "People dying of pollution; why challenge Odd-Even, asks Supreme Court" is another front page story in the Hindustan Times.
    On the return of cold and foggy conditions in North India, the Tribune reports, "Fog takes hold, chill sets in, 70 trains cancelled".
    On government formation in Jammu and Kashmir, the Asian Age says "Many in PDP for 'relook' at pact with BJP". The Hindu states "BJP reaches out as PDP sets conditions.
    "Gadkari pledges accident relief via social media; asks people to post photos of road accidents online to save lives" reports the Pioneer on its front page.
    "Selling Tobacco products to Minors will invite 7-year jail" under provisions of the new Juvenile Justice Act, to be notified today, informs the Hindustan Times.
    The Hindu reports, Indian-origin scientists and engineers in the US grew 85% between 2003 and 2013, nearing one million, according to a report by the National Science Foundation.
    "New Chapter to start at IITs with Likely Entry of Foreigners" as HRD Ministry accepts proposal to allow foreign aspirants to sit for entrance exams, and even hold tests abroad.
    And finally, Indian Express in its Page One Anchor reports, Scientists at the Indian Agricultural Research Institute have developed a new high-yield super arhar variety that could well be the answer to India's arhar dal woes.

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