Maoists plot to kill Prime Minister Modi and Devendra Fadnavis and perpetual tension at the Line of Control are the stories that dominate almost all papers today along with wide coverage being given to Pranab Mukherjee attending an RSS event.
“Maoists plotted to kill Modi in Rajiv Style”, says The Pioneer. “Maoists plot to kill PM ‘uncovered”, adding, “Pune police produce letter allegedly found at activist Wilson’s house as proof”, while the Hindustan Times questions on its front page, “Did Maoists plot to kill Modi, Fadnavis?” adding, “Pune police tells court of letter detailing plot to kill PM; Congress, BJP demand fair investigation while the DNA says, “Red letters day for PM Modi, Maharashtra Chief Minister.
On the volatile situation on the borders, some key announcements have been made which have been given prominence in the Tribune, “Rajnath backs forces on withdrawal of FIRs”, adding, “key announcements for Jammu and Kashmir”, while the DNA quotes Rajnath Singh, “Security meet to decide on ceasefire extension”.
Pranab Mukherjee ruffled some feathers while appeased others when he attended the RSS event. The DNA quotes LK Advani, “Pranab’s speech resonates with RSS ideology”, adding both of them highlighted the essential unity of India which respects all diversities, including pluralism of faiths”.
The Tribune quotes Manish Tewari’s comments, “Your government banned RSS twice, all good now?”
Shocking news of Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain’s death is covered in all papers as well. The Asian Age writes, “Celebrity chef and food critic Anthony Bourdain found dead”.
If you feel depressed all the time and are losing interest in most activities then probably its ime to check your sleep pattern. The Asian Age says, “disrupted sleep cycles may cause depression”.