Newspaper Headlines: India Opts Out Of RCEP, Says Concerns Not Addressed

Updated: November 05, 2019 07:14 IST

Newspaper Headlines: India Opting Out Of RCEP, Says Concerns Not Addressed
The Times Of India is leading with India opting out of RCEP, with PM Modi saying country's concerns were not addressed. 15 lakh cars off road and 255 fined as Delhi began its third edition of the odd-even scheme. The Times Of India
Newspaper Headlines: India Opting Out Of RCEP, Says Concerns Not Addressed
Hindustan Times is also leading with India deciding not to join the RCEP trade agreement with PM Modi saying the deal doesn't satisfactorily address New Delhi's concerns and sunshine and increased wind speeds improves Delhi's air quality are the top stories. Hindustan Times
Newspaper Headlines: India Opting Out Of RCEP, Says Concerns Not Addressed
The Indian Express is leading with India deciding not to join the RCEP, saying it is not balanced and one dead, over 40 injured in Srinagar grenade attack, are the top stories of the daily. The Indian Express
Newspaper Headlines: India Opting Out Of RCEP, Says Concerns Not Addressed
The Telegraph is leading with a satirical short story name Jamun Ka Ped scrapped from the ICSE Hindi syllabus, three months before the board exams. India keeping off from RCEP, made to the front page of paper. The Telegraph
Newspaper Headlines: India Opting Out Of RCEP, Says Concerns Not Addressed
The Asian Age is leading with PM Modi saying India will not join the RCEP deal as negotiations failed to address New Delhi's "outstanding issues and concerns". Supreme Court directing chief secretaries of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh to be present in court on Wednesday to explain what steps they have taken to curb stubble burning in their states. The Asian Age

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