Sunday, February 24, 2013

Hyderabad blasts rock Parliament

Newspaper Headlines
The Tribune's front page headline reads "Hyderabad blasts rock Parliament". The paper adds cutting across party lines MPs in both Houses of Parliament condemned the twin blasts in Hyderabad and asked the Center to act on a war footing to root out terror and ensure accountability of intelligence mechanism. Almost all news papers have carried this story along with photographs.
According to the Times of India all antibiotics, TB drugs and other habit forming pills may soon come with a new label, warning customers about dangers of taking these medicines without medical advice.
With the objective to provide employment to inmates of Tihar Jail, the Brand Tihar Jail - TJ, is going places, The popularity of products made by the inmates of Tihar jail is on the rise, with turnover touching Rs. 30 crores in 2012 as compared to 12.20 crores in 2011 reports Mail Today.
The Indian Express writes that the Reserve Bank of India has opened the window for companies to apply for bank licenses. The final guidelines issued on Friday do not debar any class of companies from applying to set up a bank.
The Hindustan Times under the headline "Helicopter firm claims no rules were flouted" has quoted Augusta Westland, as denying having employed any corrupt means to win the Rs 3760 crore VVIP chopper deal, claiming it had complied with Indian defence procurement rules.
Few murder accused are as lucky as the two Italian Marines. The Statesman adds that the Supreme Court has permitted the two marines, accused of shooting dead two Indian Fishermen off the coast of Kerala, to travel to Italy to cast their votes in the upcoming parliamentary elections there.
The Times of India quotes a study published in Current Biology, according to which it is not only what you eat and how much you eat that is important for a healthy lifestyle but when you eat is very important too. Disruption in the body clock or circadian rhythm not only cause obesity but also increase the risk of diabetes and heart attack. So, remember right timing is of great essence!

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