Monday, January 28, 2013

Telangana: No action, talk only


The Telangana issue dominates the headlines of many prominent news dailies. "No action, talk only" says the Pioneer, while the Hindu adds "No move to impose President's rule in A.P." The Asian Age reports "Government hints at solution in next few days".

Team Anna decision to oppose the Congress party in the Hissar By-poll has also been noticed by many dailies. "In Haryana 'Lokpoll', its Congress versus Anna", remarks the Hindu, while the Pioneer says " Anna calls puts Congress on the rack".

The Sunday Tribune and the Mail Today have run stories on the commemoration of 79 years of the Indian Air Force. "MIG crashes due to pilot inexperience: IAF chief", headlines the Sunday Tribune. The Mail Today adds "Inexperienced young pilots are crashing MIG's" quoting the IAF chief.

In a front page lead story the Hindustan Times reports that at the next round of climate talks at Durban in December, India has asked The UN to address the developing nation concerns, and is pushing for an Intellectual Property Rights regime for developing countries to have access to costly clean western technologies.

The Sunday Statesman reports that in the biggest identity theft scam in the US history, 111 persons, including 13 Indians have been charged for stealing credit card data of thousand of customers to buy high end products worth over 13 million dollars.

The Sunday Times in its lead story reports 'Ministers go Secy-less, Navratana PSU's headless - series of scam during UPA-II hits decision making.''

In the Delhi High Court blast case, the Hindustan Times reports "Now, NIA suspects 16 year old" adding that 2 days after arresting a 23 year old Kashmiri preparing for his MBBS at Dhaka, the NIA suspects his 16 years old brother to be involved as well, making him possibly the youngest suspect in a major attack in the country.

First published on 10/9/11

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