इंडियन आवाज़     21 Aug 2018 07:43:15      انڈین آواز



DIFFERENT NEWSPAPERS have carried different stories on their front page. The Sunday Times leads with a headline, quoting the Prime Minister, “Will return in 2019 with bigger numbers.” in an interview with the paper PM said Modi said his platform for the next national election would be “development, fast development and development for all”. “We will definitely get more seats than we got the last time and I am confident that we will break all records of seats won by NDA in the past.”

The showdown between Trinamool Congress and BJP over NRC issue continues to gain prominence in dailies and 16 States being put on ‘rain ‘ for the next 48 hours has also gained traction in the Press.

The Sunday Tribune writes, “Didi saving infiltrators for votes, alleges Shah,” while the DNA also quotes the BJP president in its headline,

“National Security or vote bank, choice yours.” The same paper also carries another story under the headline, “TMC continues with its drama over NRC.”

Describing IITs as India’s Instrument for transformation, the DNA quotes the PM who addressed the 56th annual convocation of IIT Bombay. “Innovate in India, do it for humanity.”

In a bizarre news, a Seattle based airline mechanic stole a Horizon airplane and asked air traffic controllers jokingly if the airline would hire him as a pilot if he landed safely. The Hindustan Times writes, “US man steals plane, crashes.”

For parents who coerce their children into engineering and medical, underestimating other fields, have some news to chew upon; as the Sunday Times carries a story with a headline, “77 per cent placement in hotel management, just 40 per cent in engineering.”

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