Saturday, October 29, 2011

Lovelorn tusker risks life to rescue fiancée


Most major newsdailies today have highlighted efforts to revamp Team
Anna. " Team Anna in for a major shake-up" headlines the Asian Age, as
the Pioneer reports "Embattled Anna hints at injecting fresh blood".

As the formula-1 racing event draws closer, excitement has risen to a
feverish pitch, and almost all newspapers have reported with
photographs on various aspects of the event. The Times of India
reports "F-1 concert crashes on turn-1 - angry fans vandalize Gurgaon
site after Metallica No Show" while the Hindustan Times adds "The
Grand Indian F-1 Party begins, minus the head banging". The Asian Age
reports "F-1 practice run hit as a stray dog sneaks in" and the Times
of India adds "Lap dog's day: Bookies bet on repeat".

The spectacular rise by 516 points by the Sensex yesterday has been
noticed prominently by many dailies. "Global trends RBI gives sensex,
rupee a leg-up". The Economic Times adds "Sketchy EU deal fuels
India's rally".

The Hindu Business Line reports that Air India may get rupees 23
thousand crore equity infusion over ten years. Cabinet will base the
decision on RBI view - while Oil Firms have been urged to extend three
months credit.

The Times of India says "PAC members attack CAG, say 2G loss estimate
based on fraud " and says that some members launched an unprecedented
attack on the government auditor saying its reports were "politically

In a lead page story the Mail Today reports "Congress gets all hands
on deck to shell Maya" and adds "Congress backs Ramesh to corner
Mayawati, support demand for CBI probe into NREGA scam".

The Indian Express it its front-page story reports "short on cash,
government eyes surplus with PSUs" and adds that "Ministers,
Departments told to report by November 15 excess money with PSUs after

"Britain re-writes rules for Royal Line of Succession" reports the
Indian Express "If William, Kate have a little girl; she will one day
be our Queen: Cameron at Commonwealth Meet".

And finally, the Pioneer reports "Lovelorn tusker risks life to rescue
fiancée" and notes that in an amazing display of bonding, a
"Cupid-struck" male captive tusker from Jaldapara forest range, in
north Bengal actually risked his life to protect his 'lady love' a
female captive elephant, from a wild herd of Jumbos.

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