NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN – SEP. 28
Govt approves Rs 25000-crore mega internal security scheme, write Economic Times.”25 thousand crore nod for moderisation of police force” is the Asian Age headline. The reports say a Rs 25,000-crore mega internal security scheme was approved by the government today to strengthen the country’s law and order mechanism, mordernise police forces and effectively fight against terrorism, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said.
“Army ravages Naga terror” headlines the Pioneer saying NSCN (k) suffers heavy causalities in retaliatory firing on Myanmar border.
‘Hafiz Saeed, lashkar a Liability says Pak Minister’ is the Hindu Headline, Quoting Khwaja Mohammad Asif, Pakistan foreign Minister. These people were America’s darlings 20 to 30 years back, he says, in Washington.
This year the India International Trade Fair from 14 November will have only half of the general space due to work on upcoming Convention Centre, reports the DNA.
In a unique first of its kind gesture the Delhi High Court employs five acid victims and one transgender as clerk reports the DNA.
Lakhs of devotees converge on TIRUMALA, the sacred abode of Lord Venkateswara to take part in ‘Garuda seva, reports the Hindu with a picture.
Central government doctors retirement age being increased to 65/ Sensex falling 440 points, 7th time in row/ Gujarat bagging best state ward for comprehensive development of Tourism/Darjeeling coming back to life, after 104 dark days/Passing away of freedom fighter SURYAMANI PANDA in Odisha, have also been covered in various newspapers today.
The Tribune carries a picture of the President Mr. Ram Nath Kovind presenting an award to 91 year old tour guide RAMA KHANDWALA who had served as a second lieutenant in the Rani Jhansi regiment of Azad Hind Fauj in Rangoon led by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.