Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Air pockets may have kept Hanumanthappa alive - The Hindu

Air pockets may have kept Hanumanthappa alive - The Hindu


The video testimony of Lashkar-e-Taiba operative David Coleman Headley makes for front page news in all the dailies this morning.The Hindu quotes Headley as saying "Mumbai attackers made two earlier attempts"."Headley testifies on LeT's 26/11 plot, details ISI role" is the lead headline in The Asian Age. The paper also quote Minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju as saying "Ambiguity ends on Pakistan role".

Writing on the telecom regulator TRAI's move The Economic Times leads "Trai Bans Zero Rating, Takes Big Step to keep Neutrality Flag Flying". "TRAI backs Net Neutrality, rules against differential rates" writes The Hindu adding that the "regulators order is a blow to Facebook's free basic and Airtel zero".

All the papers take note of the GDP set to grow by 7.6 percent in 2015-2016. "At 7.6 percent GDP is going to the sweet 16" writes The Economics Times. "At 7.6 percent GDP is set for 5-year high" informs The Asian Age.

Commenting on the strike by MCD workers The Pioneer writes "Sanitation workers divided over ending strike" adding, "Majority section suspends protest till next hearing on Wednesday".

The passing away of renowned poet and lyricist Nida Fazli who enthralled several generations with his soul-stirring compositions at the age of 78 due to heart failure has been reported by news papers.

The Times of India reports that former chief of TERI, R K Pachauri has been appointed executive vice-chairman of the organisation despite an ongoing inquiry in a sexual harassment case against him.

Referring to the Ryan school case The Hindu writes that the Delhi government on Monday referred to the CBI the case of 6-year old Divyansh, who was found drowned in the water tank of Ryan International School in Vasant Kunj.

 finally, Some good news for seafood lovers. Hindustan Times writes, A team of researchers has found that fish oil transforms fat-storage cells into fat-burning cells, which may reduce weight gain in middle age.

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