Sunday, June 5, 2016

Muhammad Ali: World pays tribute to boxing legend

Muhammad Ali: World pays tribute to boxing legend


    The Mathura mayhem gets top mention in all the dailies this morning."Political patronage turned Mathura into warzone"leads the Pioneer."Takes 24 deaths to lift veil of bizarre armed cult in Mathura"writes the Indian Express.
    "India set to discuss sale of Brhamos to Vietnam" informs the Times of India. The paper writes that talks on the export of Brahmos missile will reportedly take place during Manohar Parrikar's visit to Vietnam on June 5th and 6th.
    Writing on the Prime Minister's visit to Afghanistan, in an exclusive story the Indian Express says "in Sufi saint's cradle, dam built with blood awaits Prime Minister."
    On the latest on the Pathankot terror attacks the Tribune writes "Pak cheers NIA chiefs remark, India does damage control".
    "Government signals curbs on iron ore exports," leads the Financial Express adding "Move meant to protect local steel makers".
    The Tribune reports that Sweden has been voted as the best country in the world when it comes to serving the interests of its people and contributing to the common good of humanity while India figured low at 70th position on a list of 163 nations.And finally, "The Indian Express carries an amazing story of a seven year old Japanese boy Yamato Tanooka who after being abandoned in the forest by his parents was found safe after nearly a week. The boy spent 6 nights in the forest.

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