Saturday, November 24, 2012

Government may agree to FDI vote, is wooing allies


With commencement of the Winter Session of Parliament, papers extensively cover details of Parliamentary proceedings. The Tribune writes "FDI paralyses Parliament on Day 2". "Government may agree to FDI vote, is wooing allies", reports Hindustan Times.

The Statesman reports, "A full scale war of words broke out between the ruling Congress and the Principal Opposition BJP yet again, over the 2G Spectrum scam". Times of India writes - "Sonia Gandhi waded into the controversy saying that the audit report quoting a 1.76 Lakh crore rupee loss to the exchequer was doctored - pointing a finger at PAC chairman and BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi.

The new CBI Boss Ranjit Sinha walking into a political storm is also highlighted. A Times of India headline reads, "PM rejects BJP demand to put CBI Chief appointment on Hold.

The Hindu reports, 'India has started stamping Its Map on visas issued in China - in response to China's decision to stamp its passports with maps depicting Arunanchal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as parts of Chinese territory. The Philippines and Vietnam have already lodged strong protests over China's inclusion of disputed Islands and waters of the South China Sea as its own.

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