Saturday, September 15, 2012

Why do so many netas have coal blocks, asks Supreme Court


All papers today have reported on Government decisions about Foreign Direct Investment. "Welcome back government" is the Economic Times headline, adding that 'with diesel in its tank, UPA zooms ahead with reforms'. "From paralysis to rush of reforms" is how the Times of India puts it. "Its 51% in multi brand retail and 49% in aviation' writes the Hindu.
"Bold reforms lift market sentiment" says the Business Standard, adding that the sensex has surged to a 14 month high and that the rupee has also gained.
"Mamata gives government 72 hours to roll back FDI, diesel hike' reports the Indian Express, while the Pioneer says 'Mamata's final call on pulling the rug on Tuesday".
"Why do so many netas have coal blocks, asks Supreme Court" writes the Times of India on its front page. Supreme Court shoots seven queries to centre' says the Pioneer.
"End of the IPL road for Deccan Chargers' writes the Hindustan Times. 'BCCI terminates Chargers, to float new team' says the Times of India.
"Another Saina in the making?", "Saina II?" says the Times of India, about 17 year old PV Sindhu, who beat World No. 2 and a newly crowned Chinese Olympic Champion.
And finally, Are you a dog lover? Well, the Times of India features Zeus, a great Dane who has just been recorded as the tallest dog ever, in the Guinness Book of world records. The 3 year old canine towers at 7 feet 4 inches on his hind legs!

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