Monday, October 3, 2016

Baramulla: Terrorist Attack Army Camp, 1 Security Personnel Killed

Baramulla: Terrorist Attack Army Camp, 1 Security Personnel Killed


The Narendra Modi government's income disclosure scheme netting rupees 65,250 crore of undeclared income and assets makes for front page news in most of the dailies this morning. "Black money window fetches 65,250 crore rupees, final figure to be higher as tax department is still counting" leads the Business Standard. "64,275 individuals opted for income declaration scheme" informs the Financial Express.
"Parrikar warns Pakistan of more punishment" writes Hindustan Times. The Hindu quotes the Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar as saying "Pakistan still in anaesthesia after surgery".
Referring to the captured Indian soldier Chandu Babulal Chavan the Asian Age writes "Pakistan may treat soldier who strayed as Prisoner of War (Po W)."
"Pakistan looks for revenge with terror strike" writes Mail Today adding "Top security official says wounded Islamabad likely to back jihadis to attack high-profile targets outside J&K." "Army braces for fiery J&K winter" says the Pioneer. The paper writes  that Pakistan army, ISI may step up violence to avenge surgical strikes by India.
"China blocks Brahmaputra tributary to build dam" says the Tribune adding "Most expensive hydro project causes concern in India".
"United States no longer controls the internet" informs the Times of India. The paper writes that unknown to the vast online majority, the internet got democratised on Saturday.
You can experience a 'walk' with Mahatma Gandhi at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Well, the Hindu reports that the new hi-tech Garages Museum in the Rashtrapati Bhavan provides visitors with some great experiences, allowing them to "feel" the presence to Mahatma Gandhi and as if he is "walking" with them by using virtual reality technology. The Garages Museum and Clock Tower along with the Stables museum will open for the public from today.

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