Friday, September 9, 2016

N Korea carries out ‘biggest ever’ nuclear test: Seoul

N Korea carries out ‘biggest ever’ nuclear test: Seoul

Newspaper Headlines

The latest on the Kashmir situation gets top mention in most of the major dailies this morning. "MP's team for talks with all concerned"headlines the Statesman adding,"all party delegation urges people of J&K to shun violence." "Opposition makes government backtrack on action against separatists" writes the Indian Express.
The cash strapped Indians Railways deciding to bring all Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto trains under the 'dynamic fare system' to charge passenger 10 to 50% more than the basic fare is the other big story covered by the papers this morning. "Shatabadi, Rajdhani, Duronto fare hiked" leads the Tribune.
Referring to the discourtesy shown by Pakistani authorities to Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale, the Hindu writes "Pakistan told to let diplomats work 'without hindrance'. The paper writes India has summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit over the issue.
The Asian Age on its front page carries the photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi toasting US President Barack Obama at the gala dinner on the second day of the Asean Summit in Vientiane, Laos. The caption above reads "A farewell toast for Obama".
On the Una incident the Indian Express writes "In dalit flogging, Una police fudged facts, looked other way: Chargesheet".
The Pioneer in its bottom spread writes that the centre, the Gujrat government, and the developer of Pokemon Go have been asked to respond to allegation that the popular game hurts religious sentiments by showing eggs being collected in different places of worship in India.
And finally, you may soon no longer have to carry a physical copy of a licence and vehicle registration certificate while driving. Well, Hindustan Times reports that instead you can opt for a digital driving licence and registration certificate that can be accessed on a mobile phone or laptop.

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