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The top headlines picked from major newspapers

Feb 27, 2019 08:31 IST

Here's a wrap of news from major newspapers this morning The Times of India has a story on how the Jaish-e-Muhammed’s Syed Ahmed Shaheed centre in Balakot, targeted by Indian Air Force Mirage-2000 jets early Tuesday morning, was a five-star terror training facility, complete with a swimming pool and gymnasium. The Hindustan Times has carried a report detailing the preparation for the strikes. It has reported that PM Modi gave a go ahead for the IAF strike on February 18 and that only seven people knew of the operation -- PM Modi, NSA Doval, 3 services chiefs and heads of RAW and IB. An important story that got buried due to he surgical strikes on Tuesday is Supreme Court talking of giving mediation another chance in the sensitive Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute. the story finds aplce on Hindustan Time page 1. Court will gives its ruling on court-monitored mediation on March 6. Pink paper Mint has a report on buyouts of food tech firms that are coming. Uber Eats is likely to land in S

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