Tuesday, March 29, 2016

India star Virat Kohli and England striker Harry Kane praise each other on Twitter after match-winning displays over Easter

India star Virat Kohli and England striker Harry Kane praise each other on Twitter after match-winning displays over Easter

NEWSPAPERS HEADLINES:

    An incredible Virat Kohli taking India to the World T-20 semi finals, is highlighted in newspaper headlines, giving photographs of a jubilant Kohli. "Virat Kohli ki jai", writes The Indian Express. The Hindu writes, Virat master minded the chase of 161, guiding India home with five balls to spare. "Virat Kohli, our new Mr. India" headlines  The Times of India.
    Calling it a "Himalayan row"in Uttarakhand, Hindustan Times writes- The Centre imposed President's Rule on Sunday in politically fragile state while citing a "constitutional break down", a day before the state's Congress led government was slated to prove its majority in the Assembly.
    India will hand over the DNA samples of the four terrorists killed in the Pathankot airbase - to Pakistan's Joint Investigation Team - which arrived in New Delhi yesterday to probe the attack, reports The Hindu. The team is expected to track down the families of the terrorists in Pakistan and match the samples.
    On government formation in J&K Mail Today writes, with Peoples Democratic Party President Mehbooba Mufti likely to take oath in the first week of April as the first woman Chief Minister of the State, the swearing in ceremony is set to be a low-key affair. BJP spokesman said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is unlikely to attend swearing in ceremony.
    "Curb on use of bulls' guts in Chandi Ka Vark soon"- highlights the Pioneer. The country's top food regulator is finalising a move to end the widely used practice of manufacturing silver leaf or Chandi ka Vark, by hammering thin sheets of silver in the middle of booklets made of  intestine of the Bull or Ox. Vark is popularly used on sweets, paan, syrups and fruit.
    The Times of India warns us that taking a nap in the afternoon lasting more than 40 minutes can raise your risk of pre-mature death, according to a new research by the American College of Cardiology. 

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