“Modi slams Mamata at Rally in her backyard” headlines The Hindustan Times. “PM bats for Citizenship Bill, urges Didi to back it” says The DNA.
The Asian Age reports about Rishi Kumar Shukla’s, a 1983 batch IPS officer being appointed as director of CBI, on its front page.
The Financial Express reports of how government revised E-commerce rules have forced sites like Amazon to take off products from grocery to clothes from its site.
HAL draws flak on social media following Mirage crash is another Hindu headline quoting an ex Navy chief that for decades, military used poor quality machines and often paid with lives.
Some other Stories covered by newspapers are Greenpeace India shutting its Delhi office (DNA). The newly inaugurated museums at Red Fort on Netaji Bose and on Jalliawallah massacre being a huge hit.
The protest march of women from Kalaburga village in Bengaluru against government giving licences to alcohol shops as most families have been destroyed by alcohol addiction.
IN an inspiring story , A 66 year old Laxman Rao at Hindi Bhawan in Delhi who sold tea in the day, and wrote books at night. He has published 25 books and conducts writing workshops reports The Hindustan Times.