Sunday, June 25, 2017

Chances of survival of child in borewell grim: Experts

Chances of survival of child in borewell grim: Experts

NEWSPAPERS HEADLINES
Two lynching incidents in the country make top headlines this morning.
"Mob kills Kashmir cop near Srinagar mosque" reports the Hindustan Times. "Outrage as police officer lynched at J&K mosque" writes the Asian Age.
"Accused of carrying beef, teen killed in train" is the lead in the Times of India, of another lynching incident on a Mathura - bound train. "Train journey home after Eid turns fatal for brothers" states the Indian Express.
On the run-up to the Presidential Election, the Statesman reports "Kovind files nomination, vows to uphold dignity of Presidential office". On the Opposition fielding Meira Kumar as their candidate, the Indian Express notes  "Lalu, Nitish in war of words : Bihar ki Beti vs Opposition's losing strategy."
"China denies entry to Kailash via Nathu-La pass, MEA steps in" reports the Pioneer.
"Punjab amends law for liquor sale near highways" reports the Hindu. The Pioneer observes "Punjab to obey 'spirit' of law but removes highway hiccups".
"India's bread basket has no dough" is the lead in the Hindu Business Line, as 86 per cent of Punjab's farmers, including those with large holdings, are buried under debt.
"10 capitals among 30 new Smart Cities; Thiruvananthapuram tops list announced by Urban Development Minister" highlights the Pioneer.
"Cut-offs see a marginal dip across DU colleges" is a front page story in the Hindu. "DU cutoffs drop by up to 4 per cent in some courses" informs the Times of India.
And finally, "Supreme Court favours relaxing abortion deadline" beyond the current limit of 20 weeks, taking into account quality of life of the mother after pregnancy, notes the Times of India.

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