Sunday, April 24, 2016

US suicide rate surges, particularly among white people

US suicide rate surges, particularly among white people


    "SC stays High Court order on Uttarakhand President Rule" is the Asian Age headline : Vijay Vargiya to blame for the mess, say some in BJP says another headline of the paper. The Indian Express quotes the Supreme Court 's emphasis being "more on propriety than legality".
    China is upset after UIGHUR leader DOLKUN ISA  has been given visa for Dharamshala meet is a report in the Hindu. ISA has been declared a terrorist by China but he says his struggle is non-violent.
    Inspired by Gujarat, now Punjab and Andhra Pradesh will install solar panels on canals to increase green power generation reports The Economic Times.
    The recent liquor ban in Bihar has united a couple who had separated for 16 years due to the Man's drinking problem, makes for front page story in the Hindu. Weddings are now on time with no threat of molestation and crime has seen  a drop, thanks to liquor ban.
    "Modi's give-it-up Savings will fund 5 crore free LPG connections" says,  The Asian Age.
    A sea of devotees walking in sweltering heat took the dip of faith, says the Statesman with a picture of the SIMHASTHA KUMBH mela at Ujjain where yesterday was the first Shahi snan.
    The passing away of philanthropist Sant Amrik Dev, cruellest, driest April ever for Bundelkhand. 7 other famous diamonds from India, apart from Kohinoor being displayed in world museums, Ghulam Ali being award with Hanumant Award, Bhupendra Kainthola being new FTII director, Power Minister Piyush Goel sending a thankyou note to its 10 lakh strong force. Hanuman Jayanti, Chithirai and Earth Day celebrations yesterday Dehradun's first ever literary festival being on Bhalsawa landfill fire increasing pollution in Delhi, and ITBP to set up 12 holiday homes for javans are some of the other stories.

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