Newspaper Headlines, Friday Nov 1.

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Arewa Affairs beamed search light on today newspaper headlines carried by some national dailies.

The Newspaper are Vanguard, Punch , Daily Trust, The Nation and Blueprint.
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Vanguard News Headlines Today

  • Nigerian woman with long clitoris legally changes status to male
  • Operation Positive Identification’ poorly thought out ‘ CAN
  • PHOTOS: EFCC chairman, Magu, displays cars seized from suspected Yahoo Boys
  • NDDC Board: Senate Screens Odubu, Okumagba, others
  • Fight against Internet Fraud: Magu says, Mompha, Lebanese associate’s arrests, Landmark achievement
  • Education needs revamping to meet 21st-century reality ‘ LASG
  • Forensic audit: NDMG flays inauguration of NDDC’s steering c’ttee
  • Buhari, Saudi Crown Prince to Establish Nigeria /Saudi Council
  • FG launches National Gender Policy in agriculture
  • Senate Summons Adebayo, NEPZA MD over padded budget
  • Trump impeachment effort passes first test of support in Congress
  • ISIS confirms death of its ‘caliph’, al-Baghdadi, names new leader
  • Borno re-introduces monthly environmental sanitation
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    Punch News Headlines Today
  • IPPIS: FG asks MDAs, employees to update HR records
  • Appeal court upholds Osun lawmakers election
  • Court rules on SDP, Akpotis exclusion November 7
  • FG plans health care for the aged, others
  • Day China, others lit up MUSON Festival
  • Women farmers protest in Nasarawa, demand govts support
  • How to succeed as a tomato farmer
  • Is it magun or cardiac arrest
  • Kogi election: PDP, INEC disagree over alleged Wadas planned disqualification
  • Afe Babalola hospital performs first Endoscopic sinus surgery
  • Quality education: Have we dropped the ball
  • Soyinka commends Keith Richards Nigerian memoir
  • Aboderin-Talabis new book reflects on handwashing, indigenous languages
  • The Zainab, Lawan, Dickson triangle
  • Relationship between breast cancer and oral hygiene
  • Nigerias few good men
  • Fear mounts over rising gas refilling shops
  • Marketers fault NLNG over 70% LPG importation
  • Capital market investors to get tax incentives
  • Deepwater royalty: Nigeria may lose $15bn, say IOCs
  • FG constructing low-cost houses in 34 states Fashola
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    Daily Trust News Headlines Today
  • KGHA tramples on the Constitution
  • PDP: Atiku’s defeat sparks agitation over 2023 presidential ticket
  • Edo APC urges INEC to commence recall of member-elect
  • 2023 ambition must be in line with constitution ‘ APC govs
  • Kwara assembly confirms 16 commissioner-nominees
  • You’re not Obiano’s godfather, Peter Obi told
  • INEC to PDP: No plot to disqualify
  • PDP youths want Nazif as deputy national chairman
  • How we will transmit Kogi, Bayelsa elections results ‘ INEC
  • Implementation of Kano’s free, compulsory education policy
  • NEDC and six months limbo
  • A room like no other
  • Students thrive, win prizes at Lagos spelling bee
  • Safety: NEMSA removes 93 substandard transformers, 400 poles from system
  • Lawyer drags IG, Ekiti CP to court over killing of 2 FUOYE students
  • FCT begins registration of 2020 intending pilgrims
  • FCTA to include sign-language in nursing curriculum
  • Gridlock: Motorists urge FCT to provide alternative route
  • Pupils get free books in Abuja schools
  • I slept with my 12-year-old daughter out of foolishness
  • Lawyers protest over ‘impassable roads’ in Ogun
  • US partners Lagos govt. to treat 60,000 HIV patients
  • Navy arrests 5 suspected vandals, recovers petrol in Badagry
  • Group call for speedy domestication of conventions protecting rights of IDPs
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    The Nation News Headlines Today
  • Why many first class graduates are unemployable, by don
  • Female drivers to get RTEAN vehicles
  • Boko Haram scare in Ondo
    Abiodun offers job to best student
  • Crisis hits Oyo ADC over Makinde
    Makinde halts work on project
  • Appeal Court upholds Osun Rep Salams election
  • Fuel marketer defrauds businessman of N20m, witness tells court
  • Infrastructure key to transforming economy
  • Why Electoral Act Amendment Bill failed, Gbajabiamila
  • Kwara Assembly confirms AbdulRazaqs exco nominees
  • Rice smugglers accounts frozen
  • Buhari repositioning the country
  • APC is committed to peoples welfare
  • Why Bello does not deserve second term
  • Mixed reactions trail calls for electoral offences tribunal
  • Illegally arrested girls can sue Davido, say police
  • Why I sampled my herbs with friends Toyin Abraham
  • Why I switched from hardcore rap to singing Kultcha
  • Zlatan to release album today
  • Celebs turn up for Johnny Drilles live room
  • Odua posts N849m profit, pays N292m dividends
  • Chevron to divest Nigeria assets
  • PZ restates commitment to healthy life style
  • Court seizes $899,600, N150m cash linked to Petroleum Equalisation Fund GM, others
  • NCC urges telcoson innovation
  • Steel industryll boost industrialisation
  • World Bank: $2tr lost yearly to illicit logging, others
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    Blueprint News Headlines Today
  • Expert reveals why poverty is rife in Nigeria
  • Fish farmers to benefit from FAO/EU ’40m deal
  • Russia to revive Nigerian steel plant on hold since 1979
  • FG asks U.S. to help fund infrastructure, terror fight
  • StampDuty: PoS redundant as customers opt to pay cash
  • Minister calls for synergy in science, technology devt
  • Activists petition security chiefs over exercise Atilogu Udo I
  • Yobe: Nigerian Army stages religious enlightenment on counter insurgency
  • Ishaku calls for regular provision of funds to security agencies
  • IPPIS: FG’s corruption fight and ASUU’s fears
  • IBB varsity, 15 others sign MoU for degree programme in Cyprus
  • KSU VC elects AWAU secretary-general
  • How we killed ISIS leader, US releases video

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