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A fax machine ‘faux pas’ and Trump seeks out a tribe

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Kirtish Bhatt | BBC News Hindi

In BBC News Hindi, Kirtish Bhatt takes a dig at Congress leader Kamal Nath’s controversial remarks, in a video that went viral, where he is heard asking clerics to ensure 90 per cent voting in Muslim-dominated areas to pave the way for a Congress government in Madhya Pradesh.

Manjul | Midday

In Midday, Manjul has a take on the political crisis in Jammu and Kashmir, where Governor Satya Pal Malik, rejecting competing claims by the Congress-PDP-NC combine and the Sajad Lone-led Jammu and Kashmir People’s Conference to form the government, dissolved the state assembly. Malik claimed he hadn’t received the combine’s letter due to a non-working fax machine.

Hemant Morparia | Mumbai Mirror

Hemant Morparia, in Mumbai Mirror, suggests that the Sentinelese tribe of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, where American John Allen Chau was killed, are better at ‘border control’ than the Americans.

Satish Acharya | Bollywood Hungama

In Bollywood Hungama, Satish Acharya reacts to Badhaai Ho, which crossed the Rs 200-crore mark, beating Thugs of Hindostan at the box office.

Irfan | NBT

In NBT, Irfan has a take on comments by Congress leaders Shashi Tharoor and C.P. Joshi regarding Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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