Monday, July 25, 2016

Modi unable to digest Delhi defeat: Kejriwal

Modi unable to digest Delhi defeat: Kejriwal


    Different papers carry different stories on their front pages this morning. The tragedy in Kabul after  a suicide attack that targeted crowds of Shitie Hazaras killing at least 80 and wounding more than 230 makes for front page news in most of the dailies this morning."ISIS claims bombings in Kabul, 80 killed" leads the Asian Age.

    "India expels 3 Chinese scribes for un-journalist activities" is the lead in Hindustan Times. "India expels 3 Chinese Journalists" says the Times of India.

    Writing on Judith D'Souza the Indian aid worker who was kidnapped in Kabul last month, the Hindu says "Kidnapped aid worker back home safe from Afghanistan".

    Referring to the missing Air Force plane in the Bay of Bengal the Mail Today writes "AN-32 may be lost under Stormy Sea".

    On the Kashmir Valley unrest the Indian Express quotes External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj as saying "Pakistan's dream of Kashmir will not be realised till end of eternity".

    A compound found in turmeric, a spice widely used in curries, could play a very important role in preventing colon cancer, which  frequently is caused by lifestyle factors, such as diet, say researchers including one of Indian origin reports Hindustan Times.

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