Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Michael Schumacher 'cannot walk', German court hears

Michael Schumacher 'cannot walk', German court hears


The Uri attack receives extensive attention in the press today. "19 soldiers killed at LOC camp as Pak unleashes Jaish again" headlines the Times of India. "PM vows to avenge attack" writes the Pioneer. 'Response will come and swiftly' leads the Mail Today, as Uri attack unites nation for assertive action against Pakistan.
The Indian Express in its Page One Anchor, says "An oasis of calm in restive Valley, Uri is home to bridge of trust between local residents and Army".
"Blast rocks Manhattan, 29 hurt" of an explosion that rocked one of the most fashionable neibhourhoods of New York, a week after the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, informs the Asian Age.
"Supreme Court moves away from death penalty" substituting it with a "special category" of prolonged life imprisonment, is a front page focus in the Hindu.
"Poor results, weak data point to slow recovery" as consumption spends may be postponed on GST changes, is the lead in the Financial Express.
And finally, "Vrindavan temple will be taller than Dubai's Burj Khalifa" states the Tribune, of the under-construction Chandrodaya Mandir, which will have its foundation 5 metres deeper than the Burj Khalifa.        

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