Saturday, January 23, 2016

PM Modi all set to declassify secret files on Netaji on Saturday | Zee News

PM Modi all set to declassify secret files on Netaji on Saturday | Zee News


Student's stir in Hyderabad University is the lead in most papers today.

"Campus battle-lines drawn, students reject decision to revoke suspension" is the Indian Express headline. "University revokes suspension of 4 scholars but cuts net, wi-fi", writes the Times of India. Hindustan Times states, "Smriti's defence attracts more fire."

Hindustan Times quotes police sources as saying the alleged IS module busted in Uttarakhand appears to be a smoke-screen set up by Pakistan ISI to send Indian intelligence agencies on a wild goose chase. Times of India says "Student's FB post on Babri led to online contact by IS."

"India sets agenda for Foreign Secretary talks with Pakistan", reports the Hindu. The Asian Age states "Scheduling difficulties hit FS talks, likely in February".

"Deficient Sunanda sample a cover-up?" asks the Pioneer, the paper reports. FBI confirms poisoning as cause of death, but says low quantity of samples prevented probe into radioactive substances.

Another front page story in the paper reports "Gurdaspur Ex-SP fails lie test, NIA raids office, home."

"Netaji died in air crash" Hindustan Times quotes Subhash Chandra Bose's daughter, shortly before the release of declassified files related to Bose from Saturday, his 119th birth anniversary.

Economic Times quotes RBI Governor Rajan as saying, the current global market turbulence may owe much to central Banks persisting with stimulus programmes for too long.

Indian Express cities a govt survey finding private hospitals have twice the number of Cesarean section deliveries compared to the government sector.

"International airlines woo Indians with discounted tickets" as plunging oil prices, lower operating costs, informs the Times of India.

The Pioneer writes "420 new metro coaches by December to clean Delhi's lungs".

And finally, Mail Today reports "Now solar energy will spin Khadi" by powering Charkhas, as Khadi aims to be the most eco-friendly fabric.

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