Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Istanbul airport attack: Isil 'thought to be behind' suicide attacks in Turkey that left at least 28 dead

Istanbul airport attack: Isil 'thought to be behind' suicide attacks in Turkey that left at least 28 dead 


    Lionel Messi, announcing his retirement from international football after Argentina lost 2-4 to Chile in a penalty shootout in the Copa America final is covered prominently with reports and photographs in all the dailies this morning. The Hindu carries a photograph of a distraught Messi with the caption "Don't cry for me, Argentina."
    The Asian Age quotes Prime Minister Narendra Modi as saying "No one above the system". "Prime Minister ticks off Finance Minister's critcics, praises Rajan" is the banner headline in the Pioneer. "Prime Minister snubs Swamy: it is inappropriate, a stunt" quips the Indian Express.
    On the 7th pay commission recommendations Hindustan Times writes "Cabinet to take up pay panel proposals. Fatter pay cheque likely.
    "Defective mines could have caused Pulgaon blast" leads the Hindu. The paper writes that documents submitted to army's court of inquiry paint a picture of design flaws, leaking explosives and official neglect.
    "Centre releases over 50% of MGNERGA outlay in the first quarter of Financial year 2017" states the Financial Express.
    "Prime Minister's office (PMO) for free hand to world class universities" informs the Economic Times. The paper writes that Human Resource Development Ministry has been told to ease rules further.
    In some encouraging success story Hindustan Times reports that as many as 27 tribal students who live in remote, Maoist affected villages in Chhatisgarh have cleared the (IIT) entrance exam this year thanks to state government's programme called 'Prayas'.
    Hindustan Times reports that Majuli is to be India's first river island district. This fulfills one of the major poll promises of the first cabinet of the BJP led government in Assam.
    And finally, The Times of India reports that come monsoon, summer or winter a teacher Suresh Chalageri treks up and down a hill to teach students of the government primary school in Gajendragad, Karnataka. 

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