Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Suicide Blast Outside Prophet's Mosque In Medina: Report

Suicide Blast Outside Prophet's Mosque In Medina: Report


    Stories related to the terror strike in Dhaka are still hogging space on the cover pages of most prominent dailies. Under the headline, "ISI, not IS, to blame, says Dhaka", Hindustan Times writes that Bangladesh said the attackers who slaughtered 20 hostages at a Dhaka restaurant were members of a “homegrown” terror outfit with links to Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence. "3 Dhaka killers from elite schools, one was son of ruling party official", says the Times of India.
    The government will celebrate the 350th birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh across the country and abroad has earmarked 100 crore rupees for the events, writes the Hindu.
    Differently abled people are entitled to reservation in promotion for government jobs, the Supreme Court has ruled, clearing a major hurdle for millions of citizens who face difficulty and discrimination in professional and personal life, reports Hindustan Times.
    The much-awaited reshuffle of the Union council of ministers is likely to take place on Tuesday, before the Prime Minister embarks on a four-nation tour of Africa on July 7th, says the Economic Times.
    Relief and rescue operations in disaster affected Pithoragarh and Chamoli districts continued on a war footing, the Uttarakhand government has cancelled the leave of all government officers and employees for next three months, says the Tribune.
    The overall monsoon deficiency has dropped to 9% after several parts of the country received a good amount of rainfall according to the Indian met department, reports the Pioneer.
    "Entry level jobs pay more in central government", than the private sector reports, the Hindu.
    The Times of India reports that Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to consult states on his pet initiatives Startup India and Atal Innovation Mission at Niti Aayog's governing council meeting likely to be held this month.
    And finally, "in strife-torn world, a message of harmony".  The centuries old Moonnakkal Masjid at Valanchery in Malappuram district doesn't distinguish between believers and nonbelievers when it comes to feeding the hungry. On alternate Sundays, thousands of Hindus from nearby areas join their Muslim brethren to take home free rice from this mosque, writes the Times of India.

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