“Cheer, relief in Delhi as Maldives Opposition wins presidential polls,” is a major headline in the Indian Express. The government moving ahead to approve the creation of tri-series organisations to handle the critical domains of cyberspace, space and special operations in modern-day warfare is a story covered in the Times of India under the headline, “Unified tri-series command to handle cyberspace, space, special operations”.
The Asian Age under its headline, “Pak says it is open to talks, India calls it ‘one trick pony’,” refers to the UN General Assembly Session in New York where India is expecting Pakistan to rake up the Kashmir issue forcefully.
The Tribune and the Pioneer write about BJP terming the Congress’ intensified offensive on the Rafale issue as “international conspiracy against Modi’ under the headline “Congress moves CVC, seeks case on Rafale”.
“Andhra Pradesh tops Ease of Living Index” is another headline in the Pioneer, reporting on the rankings under the Atal Mission for rejuvenation and Urban Transformation.
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) administration has decided to launch a National Cancer Institute based at Jhajjar in NCR by December 2018 reports the Mail Today.
Retailers and traders from across the country protest against e-commerce tie-ups, claiming it will give back-door entry for Flipkart, Walmart and Amazon in India posing a threat to their livelihood, and are calling for Bharat Bandh on September the 28th, writes the DNA.
“Under drones and floodlights in volatile Sopore, a football tournament shines”. The Indian Express covers the story of how Sopore, despite being a separatist stronghold and a hotbed of militancy is drawing hundreds of men and boys from across the region, to a football tournament.
Air travelers in India might be able to carry water and other liquids in excess of the current 100 ml limit, in their hand baggage, with the Ministry of Civil Aviation considering testing liquid explosive detectors, reports the Hindustan Times.