Thursday, June 15, 2017

Champions Trophy 2017: India beat Bangladesh, set up title clash with Pakistan

Champions Trophy 2017: India beat Bangladesh, set up title clash with Pakistan


A fire that engulfed the 24-storey Grenfell Tower, housing more than 100 families, in west London, killing atleast 12 people and injuring 74 is one of the top stories that is covered with reports and photographs in most of the dailies this morning.
On the election of India's next President  DNA reports "Suspense on Prez pick to  last until next week. BJP panel to meet Sonia,Yechury tomorrow." "Left likely to push for Gandhi grandson on presidential poll" says the Hindustan Times.
Referring  to the agrarian crisis threatening to spread to other parts of India after getting ignited in Madhya Pradesh, The Asian Age writes "Crop loans for farmers cleared. Cabinet extends interest subsidy as crisis boils."
"Put off GST rollout to September 1st Aviation Ministry tells Finance Ministry" informs The Hindu. The paper writes Aviation Ministry says effecting a change in airlines' global ticketing systems will require more time.
Probe ordered after wrong photo used in MHA report says The Hindu adding that Home Minister Rajnath Singh ordered an enquiry on Wednesday to probe how a photograph of the Spain-Morrocco border made its way into the Home Ministry's annual report to showcase the flood lights installed along the Pakistan border.
"Rain clouds thinning out in west and central India" notes The Times of India.
"Parking in capital set to get tougher, dearer" is the lead in Hindustan Times.The paper says the hard plan proposes fee to park outside home, higher tax for multiple car owners.
"Coming soon smart schools in 4 states" says Business Standard adding that the "Centre plans to roll out  a unified digital system by next year to track attendance and performance of teachers and students."

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