The historic Trump-Kim summit is the top story covered in the front page of almost all the newspapers today with The Hindu saying ”Trump’s vow to end war drills with Seoul stuns the region”. The Hindustan Times adds ” In India statement on Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un summit, an oblique reference to Pakistan”.
”High Profile guru Bhaiyyuji Maharaj takes his own life” reports The Indian Express, speaking of stress and being fed up with life, but did not spell out a reason for it.
”Nirav Modi shifted all dummy directors in Hongkong to Cairo after scam was exposed” headlines The Times of India adding reportedly destroying mobile phones of all his dummy directors.
”Pre-authorisation must for nearly half of all treatments under National Health Protection Mission (NHPM)” reports The Indian Express.
”Uttarakhand government to use satellite technology to check illegal mining is a headline in The Economic Times.
In a shocking headline in Mail Today, the paper says ”18 children disappear in Delhi daily”, forced to work in factories or taken by criminal gangs.
The Times of India reports ”Now you can track what’s cooking at rail kitchens”, with IRCTC developing an app for passengers to keep an eye on the kitchen while traveling, to bring transparency.
In an intersting headline The Times of India says ”Trips taken before starting work at a new employer can help you recharge and refocus, so plan a ‘jobbymoon’.