Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Ready to withstand any weather, turbulence to protect nation: Indian Army

Ready to withstand any weather, turbulence to protect nation: Indian Army

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This Vijaya Dashmi is special says the Prime Minister evoking a thunderous applause at a Vigyan Bhawan gathering, in an indirect reference to the success of recent surgical strikes reports The Pioneer.
"Is Modi preparing to defy RSS outfit on GM mustard roll out?" is the Hindustan Times headline. The Prime Minister appears keen on genetically modified mustard if it is found to be fool proof, despite opposition from RSS, says the report.
Chinese crackers worth 1,500 crore are smugled through seaports under false declaration despite a nationwide ban. They contain potassium chlorate banned in India says a Mail Today story.
American presidential candidate Donald Trump's lewd remarks about women find mention in most papers. Yet 'Trump vows to stay in race is the Tribune headline.
Pioneer quotes BSP leader Mayawati, "BJP playing politics on surgical strike".
Its Navmi today and Dussehra tomorrow. Papers carry colorful pictures of Ramleela actors / effigies of Ravana / Durga pandals / Dhak players / Dhunuchi and Garbha dance from all over the country.
Over 50,000 animals and birds were butchered on Sunday to appease goddess MANIKESWARI during the annual CHATTAR YATRA in orissa defying the administration's appeal to refrain from slaughter reports the Asian Age.
And finally, Ghazipur waste-to-energy plants to start this month is Delhi/ today is Mental Health Day/ an Indian businessman paying 59 crore Rs for a single digit car registration plate in Dubai/ five Indian American among the richest 400 in US/ Charminar in Hyderabad celebrating 425th anniversary and JNU saying NO to Yoga again.

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