Friday, March 25, 2016

Dentist beaten to death in India after cricket ball

Times Of Oman :: Dentist beaten to death in India after cricket ball


Mehbooba Mufti all set to be Jammu and Kashmir's 1st woman Chief Minister, Six people held in Brussels after attacks and wounded Jet attendant Nidhi placed in a medically induced coma for treatment are some lead stories in newspaper websites this morning. The Times of India writes that six people were arrested yesterday in a series of police operations in the Belgian capital two days after Jihadist attacks in Brussels left 31 dead.  Reporting on the aftermath of the Rohith Vemula suicide, the Hindustan Times writes "University of Hyderabad limps back to normalcy".

"Andhra Pradesh looks to lay claim to 58 percent share of assets in Telangana", says the Economic Times. The paper writes that Andhra Pradesh is preparing to lay claim to assets worth thousands of cores after wining a pivotal victory against Telangana in the Supreme Court, potentially boosting the coffers of the cash strapped state. According to the Tribune, the WHO has said the economic burden attributed to tobacco related diseases is a staggering one lakh four thousand five hundred crore rupees annually in the country and has pitched for large size warnings on packs to control tobacco consumption.

The Economic Times reports that the rupee is one of the best performing currencies in Asia in the current financial year, despite global uncertainties, prompting dealers to give the RBI and Finance Ministry credit for astute management of the foreign exchange market."Heavy social media users trapped in endless cycle of depression" says the Times of India. The article says that one reason for this could be the phenomenon of "Face book depression", in which people who engage in a lot of Social Media use may feel they are not living upto the idealised portraits of life that other people tend to present in their profile."Travels firms, airlines make merry on long weekend", writes the Business Standard, adding that a combination of extended weekends and steep discounts on hotels and flight details have come together to make holidays relatively cheaper.

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