Wednesday, February 24, 2016

JNU Students Umar Khalid, Anirban Accused Of Sedition, Surrender At Midnight

JNU Students Umar Khalid, Anirban Accused Of Sedition, Surrender At Midnight


"JNU Vice Chancellor keeps police waiting outside campus" is The Hindu headline saying once bitten twice shy.

The Tribune carries a picture of gutted and vandalised shops in Rohtak with headline "Remains of the day" and points to a deep caste polarisation after the Jat agitation.

"Sushma hails Nepal government effort on Constitution" says The Pioneer - The Hindustan Times reports that upset Madhesies are contemplating new Nepal blockade in protest against dividing the country into 6 states.

Heart rending pictures of the martyrs of Pampore terrorist operation also dominate the papers today. As captain Pawan Kumar and Captain Tushar Mahajan were given a tearful adieu with full military honors in their respective home towns amidst huge crowds.

"Stone throwing mars Pampore operation" is The Hindustan Times headline - saying that as soilders battled to flush out terrorists from the building, residents chanted slogans for Kashmir's azadi and pelted stones at the soilders.

"ATTUKAL PONGAL" festival in Kerala being celebrated today will be completely green says The Hindu Business Line report. As lakhs of women gather in Kerala, devotees must bring their own steel plate and tumbler to reduce disposable plastic plates and cups. Even 1500 extra workers have been deployed to clean up the area after the  festival.

Painter Sanjeev Dev, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Late mountaineer Malli Mastan Babu will serve as an inspiration to high school students in Andra Pradesh reports The Hindu.

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