Saturday, October 22, 2016

After BSF kills 7 Rangers, Pak violates ceasefire once again in RS Pura sector

 After BSF kills 7 Rangers, Pak violates ceasefire once again in RS Pura sector


"Govt orders probe into debit card data breach' headlines the Business Standard. Banks NPC, and the govt. got into damage control mode to curtail risk from a possible data breach of 3.2 million debit cards.
Many companies have decided not to renew their contract with celebrities especially Salman Khan and Amir Khan as they are not worth it reports a front page news in Economic Times.
Varun Gandhi denying charge of being honey trapped by arms dealer Abhishek Verma's ex-partner makes for front page story in the Indian Express.
Now Kanchanjunga, world's 3rd highest peak in Sikkim, will be on Eco tourism map. A world heritage site, the peak has 73 glacial lakes & will now be open for 15 day long trekking trails soon, reports the Pioneer.
DMK patriarch M. Karunanidhi anointing son M.K. Stalin as his political heir/Hand loom fabrics making a strong comeback in the recently concluded Amazon Fashion Week/Founder of Chess records who promoted blues singes Phil Chess's death/174 tonne piece of Jade worth millions of dollars discovered in Myanmar/Beijing to have world's largest air purifier tower./Class X Board exams likely to make a comeback are some stories covered in various news papers.
The Hindu reports "JNU students free V-C from 'illegal confinement', but no trace of Najeeb."
After a 26 yr wait UP farmers of 25 villages in UP's Baheri district rebuild dam on their own with just 70,000 rupees reports The Times of India.
And finally, The Tribune reports about US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's horrifying reaction to opponent Donald Trump's refusal of accepting his defeat in case he lost.

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