इंडियन आवाज़     20 Sep 2018 09:54:24      انڈین آواز



Pile of Various newspapers over white background.
“India welcomes FATF decision” is the Asian Age headline. India has welcomed a decision by the Financial Action Task Force to put Pakistan on its ‘gray list’ for monitoring.

“Liquor ban has changed the face of Bihar. People now buy milk, honey” is the headline in the Asian Age quoting NAYEAR AZAD of JD(U) in Bihar.

“Karnataka decides to challenge Cauvery water authority in Supreme Court” headlines the Hindu.

“Year on, government aims GST monthly score to cross 1 lakh crore”, headlines the DNA.

The plan of felling down of 16 thousand trees continues to elicit protests from Delhi citizens. While activists are objecting to mere planting of saplings as of no use, says the Asian Age, The DNA reports, some citizens have resorted to a musical protest at the tree-felling site.

The Asian Age carries a picture of RAM CHANDRA, a native of Kanpur, and a rickshaw puller, offering services of shoe mending and polishing free of cost near Sis Ganj Gurudwara for the last 15 years in his morning time.

The Pioneer reports of ruins of over 52 temples – called CHAUSATHI YOGINI temple in Odisha’s Balamgir district getting national heritage tag.
The Hindu carries a heart rending picture of hungry cows in Hyderabad plunging into a site of garbage in to consume yes – plastic – captioned “Life in Plastic”.

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