Saturday, February 13, 2016

Police crackdown at JNU, student leader held on sedition charges

The Sentinel

Today's Newspapers Headlines

Siachen hero losing his battle for life, Headley's revelations on Ishrat Jahan, Odd Even scheme to return and plunging markets are major stories in the papers today.

"Farewell Siachen braveheart"  writes the Asian Age on the passing away of Lance Naik Hanumanthappa. The Pioneer says "Intrepid fighter leaves nation in mourning".

" A century on, Einstein proven right; Scientists spot elusive space time ripples" is the lead in the Hindu. The Times of India states gravity makes waves in discovery of the century which could shed light on the Big Bang itself.

"Sparks fly after Headley repeats Ishrat - LeT Link" leads the Indian Express. The Asian Age writes "Headley says Ishrat was 'LeT operative', kin see conspiracy.

The Hindustan Times quotes former Pak President Pervez Mussarraf as saying in an interview "ISI trains LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist".

In a suden reversal of stand, defence forces have been allowed by the government to procure Jammers for operational use, reports the Asian Age.

Hindustan Times quotes RBI governor Raghuram Rajan as saying "Deep surgery is needed to sort out Banks". "Banks will be restored to health", The Financial Express cites him. Financial Express also notes "Warning imbalances bank below India's high growth".

Modi Government aims to make 3,000 websites friendly for the disabled within the next two years, informs the Pioneer.

D - street carnage wipes out 3 lakh crore rupees" headlines the Pioneer. The Hindu Business Line leads with " tottering banks send Nifty reeling below 7,000".

And Finally The Hindu Business Line reports of a new study that finds a fish oil based diet that may help combat Alzheimers disease.

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