इंडियन आवाज़     14 Dec 2018 05:32:21      انڈین آواز



Pile of Various newspapers over white background.

Different newspapers have taken different subjects as their lead stories today. DNA headline reads, It’s a triple delight – India at no-3″, on the medal winning spree of the Indian team at the Commonwealth games at Australia. “Shuttlers make history” says the Asian Age.

The Pioneer reports on the front page how the recent untimely rain and thunderstorms have extensively damaged Rabi crops especially Wheat, Mustard and gram in UP, Bihar, MP, Maharastra, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana.

The Hindu reports of the death of 56 cows in Guntur district Andhra Pradesh after they ate shoots of jowar plant. This was due to hydracyanic acid which the plant secretes when there is water stress.
The Hindustan Times reports of the presence of mind of a 58 year old Jyoti Verma who saved 20 workers from a burning four-storey footwear factory in Sultanpuri in Delhi yesterday by using a small bamboo ladder as a bridge.

The DNA carries a colorful picture of a 300 wheel truck carrying a 62 foot tall Hanuman statue at Bengaluru, apathy titled – for the lane of God.

The Statesman reports of the project Dhoop initiated by FSSAI in view of growing prevalance of Vitamin D deficiency, switch assemebly time for morning to between 11 AM to 1 PM to maximum vitamin D absorbency.

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