इंडियन आवाज़     14 Nov 2018 06:57:33      انڈین آواز


Most of the newspapers today highlighted the reports of Vijay Mallya meeting Fnance minister Arun Jaitely befor leaving India. The Tribune headlines, “Mallya claims met FM, Jaitley says false on facts,” while The Pioneer opines, “Jaitley thrashes Mallya meeting claim,” and The Hindustan Times writes, “Mallya extradition case to be decided on Dec 10.”

The Hindustan Times in an exclusive report on its front page has alarm bells ringing “Air pollution, diet , weight : Report lists what ails India”.
After the plight of the Kerala nun got media attention, cops sprung into action. The Asian Age reports,”Kerala cops call bishop in nun row on September 19″ and The DNA writes “Kerala nun rape: Faithfuls upset with Church’s stand.”
A Government study in Medical Journal Lancet is also widely noticed by the press which says that India has a high number of suicidal deaths among women. The Indian Express notes, “4 of 10 women who commit suicide in the world are from India, most are under 40.”

In some good news, sex ratio improved marginally in Punjab. The Tribune carries a report, “Punjab sex ratio up by 15 in a year.”

Indian Hockey’s most famous face over the last decade , Sardar Singh retired on Wednesday. The Tribune notes, ” Sardar retires from International Hockey.
In a technology driven era, Apple has made another stride with the unveiling of its latest smartwatch. “New Apple watch can take an ECG” writes The Hindu.

An NGO called EcoSikh, is showing the way towards a greener planet by commemorating Guru Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary by planting 550 trees at 1,820 locations across Punjab.”EcoSikh to plant 1 Million trees to mark Guru’s 550th anniversary” writes The Tribune. Inspiring indeed!

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