The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in Qingdao grabs front page headlines in most of the dailies this morning. ” India says no to China’s Belt and Road Initiative” informs the Business Line and Indian Express. ” India Rebalancing ties with Pakistan to open path to Eurasia” leads The Hindu.
In a related story The DNA writes ”PM spells SECURE code for SCO bloc” adding ”calls for security respect among member nations”.
”10 joint secy posts thrown open for lateral entry from pvt sector too” leads The Asian Age. The paper says that the government seeks outstanding individuals for key depts, to offer 3-yr contract.
Defending Champion Rafael Nadal claiming his 11th French Open title with the 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 win over Dominic Thiem at Roland Garros on Sunday is covered with reports and photographs on the front pages of all the dailies. ”Nadal’s feat of clay” is the caption underneath a photograph of a jubilant Nadal in the Mail Today.
For a football fan- The Times of India reports your health is at risk during the World Cup. Research has warned that watching the game can sicken or even kill you. The long list of hazards range from heart attacks and strokes, to unsafe sex, accidents, suicides and a spike in domestic abuse.