FATF Warning To Pak, Nirmala Sitharaman's Response To Manmohan Singh In Economy Blame Game; And Other Stories

Updated: October 19, 2019 08:11 IST

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) warning to Pakistan that it would be placed on the multilateral watchdog's blacklist if it fails to improve its counterterror financing operations by February 2020, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman war of words with former Prime minister Manmohan Singh over the state of economy are some of the leading stories in newspaper today.

FATF Warning To Pak, Nirmala Sitharaman\'s Response To Manmohan Singh In Economy Blame Game; And Other Stories
The Indian Express is leading with Jammu and Kashmir, where the administration has announced the dates for year-end examinations from Class 5 to 12 to get students back to schools. The other big story in the paper includes former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh signaling a shift in Congress stand on Article 370 and Veer Savarkar.
FATF Warning To Pak, Nirmala Sitharaman\'s Response To Manmohan Singh In Economy Blame Game; And Other Stories
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) warning to Pakistan that it would be placed on the multilateral watchdog's blacklist if it fails to improve its counterterror financing operations by February 2020, is the lead story on Hindustan Times. The paper also reports on a charge sheet filed by Central Bureau of Investigation against senior Congress politician P Chidambaram, his son Karti Chidambaram, INX Media co-founder Peter Mukerjea and 11 others, accusing them of corruption, cheating and criminal conspiracy over foreign investment the broadcaster received 12 years ago.
FATF Warning To Pak, Nirmala Sitharaman\'s Response To Manmohan Singh In Economy Blame Game; And Other Stories
The Times of India is leading with a report on the 311 Indians wwho were deported from Mexico. The 310 men and a woman - all swindled by agents - are apparently from Punjab, others from Haryana and Gujarat, and a few from Jammu & Kashmir, the paper reports.
FATF Warning To Pak, Nirmala Sitharaman\'s Response To Manmohan Singh In Economy Blame Game; And Other Stories
The Telegraph is leading with Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman war of words with former Prime minister Manmohan Singh over the state of economy.
FATF Warning To Pak, Nirmala Sitharaman\'s Response To Manmohan Singh In Economy Blame Game; And Other Stories
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi recommending Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde as his successor is the lead story on The Asian Age today. The paper also reports that the Jammu and Kashmir government has ruled out possibility of restoration of pre-paid mobile or internet services in Kashmir Valley in the near future.

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