Wednesday, July 27, 2016

'Iron Lady' Sharmila to end 16-year fast, marry and join politics

'Iron Lady' Sharmila to end 16-year fast, marry and join politics


    India asking its embassy staff in Islamabad to send their school going children back to their country, based on security concerns makes for front page story in all prominent newspapers.
    "Zakir outfit funded conversions" is the Hindustan Times headline. The papers adds,  Naik's foundation found involved in 800 cases including missing Kerala couple".
    "Doping row over Narsingh turns murkier is the Hindu headline - The wrestling federation of India President Brij Bhushan Singh has even indicated a senior SAI official for conspiracy saying there had been attempts to contaminate Narsingha's food.
    Almost all newspapers have reported that the supreme Court has permitted a 26 years old rape victim to abort her 24 week old foetus following a report that the foetus has congenital abnormalities and that her life would be in danger if continued.
    This Independence Day, the party lasts 6 days says the Asian Age - there will be cultural events, bands by Army, Navy and the Air force and 50 food stalls. Celebrations will be from 12th to 18th August, from 6pm to 9pm along Rajpath, says the report.
    Viral fever grapping 11,000 people in Jhajjar auto, taxi unions to go on indefinite strike from today against app based taxi services. A Khadi stall at parliament soon. Kanwariya movement slowing traffic in Gurugram and 17th Kargil Vijay Diwas being celebrated today are some of the other stories covered by the most newspapers.
    And finally, the Solar Impulse 2, the zero fuel aircraft has covered about 42,000 kilometers using only solar energy - reports the Hindu.

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