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Pakistani Court sentencing of former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jhadav to death has been highlighted in most of the dailies today. If executed, it is murder, warns India,” writes the Indian Express while the Asian Age adds “Delhi summons Pak envoy: military court trial farcical”.
“Oppositions parties unite to ask poll panel to dump EVM’s,” writes the Times of India.
Most papers on their front page have pictures of PM Modi with the Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull. In a headline related to the Australian PM’s visit to India, the Pioneer writes “India-Oz for action against terror havens”.
The Hindu reports “Law on cow slaughter not feasible,” adding that a day after Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Chief Mohan Bhagwat called for a nationwide law for banning cow slaughter, senior officials in the government said the demand was not feasible as it was a “State subject” and the constitution would have to be amended for such a law.
Under the headline “Chikangunya, dengue arrive big and early this year, the Times of India writes that this is reflected in the very high number of cases recorded by doctors for this time of the year.
Celebrating extraordinary the achievement of 21 year old Prachi Sukhwani, the Times of India writes that though Prachi’s vision was steadily waning, the bright girl, despite 80 percent vision loss had set her sights firmly on one goal – that of studying in IIM Ahmadabad and has successfully made it to the prestigious institute.