Newspaper Headlines: Nitin Gadkari On Traffic Fines, PM Modi On Cows, Chandrababu Naidu's House Arrest

Updated: September 12, 2019 08:32 IST

Newspaper Headlines: Nitin Gadkari On Traffic Fines, PM Modi On Cows, Chandrababu Naidu\'s House Arrest
There is a build-up of terrorists across the Line of Control, Jammu and Kashmir police chief Dilbag Singh said. The Indian Express reports that nearly 300 people from the Kashmir Valley are detained in jails in Uttar Pradesh. The prisoners are lodged in barracks that are separate from other sections, the paper reports. More
Newspaper Headlines: Nitin Gadkari On Traffic Fines, PM Modi On Cows, Chandrababu Naidu\'s House Arrest
"Abhutpurva (phenomenal work)," says the headline of The Telegraph, referring to what Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he had done in the first 100 days of his second term. A photo of PM Modi with a calf at a disease prevention programme for livestock at Mathura in Uttar Pradesh yesterday is on Page 1 of the daily. "Some people" get a shock at hearing words like "cow" and "Om" and it is unfortunate, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said. More
Newspaper Headlines: Nitin Gadkari On Traffic Fines, PM Modi On Cows, Chandrababu Naidu\'s House Arrest
The paper reports that some norms relating to prosecution of income tax defaulters for delay in depositing TDS( tax deducted at source) , under-reporting of income in the tax return or non-filing of I-T return have been relaxed. More
Newspaper Headlines: Nitin Gadkari On Traffic Fines, PM Modi On Cows, Chandrababu Naidu\'s House Arrest
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari defending the government's increase in traffic fines is the lead story on Hindustan Times. Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu's house arrest and him slamming Chief Minister Jagan Reddy is also on Page 1. More
Newspaper Headlines: Nitin Gadkari On Traffic Fines, PM Modi On Cows, Chandrababu Naidu\'s House Arrest
A photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi feeding a calf dominates Page 1 of the paper. At an event in Mathura, PM Modi hit out at critics and said that "some people" get a shock at hearing words like "cow" and "Om" and it is unfortunate. Chandrababy Naidu's house arrest also finds a prominent spot on The Asian Age's front page. More

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