Sunday, March 31, 2013

BJP's team announced: Narendra Modi elevated to parliamentary board

BJP's team announced: Narendra Modi elevated to parliamentary board (Indan Express)
Narendra Modi inducted into BJP's parliamentary board (TOI)
bjp's team 2014 announced modi gets larger role (sahara samay)
Modi inducted into BJP Parliamentary Board (jagran post)
BJP's Team 2014 announced; Narendra Modi returns (zee)
Modi inducted into BJP's parliamentary board after 6 years; no place for Shivraj (HT)
Rajnath Singh inducts Modi in BJP's parliamentary board (India Today)
BJP announces Parliamentary Board, Narendra Modi reinducted  (ibnlive)
Modi enters BJP parliamentary board, Chauhan ignored (first post)


Beni Prasad Verma accusing the SP Chief of conspiring with the VHP and saying that the next polls will mark the Samajwadi party's end is the lead in almost all papers. 'Congress embarrassed as Beni Prasad fires another salvo at Mulayam' reads the Hindu headline. '

The image of 'Incredible India' has taken a massive beating since the gangrape case, writes the Hindustan Times, on its front page. 'Gangrape hits India image, 25% fall in foreign tourists' is the paper's headline.

The noose seems to be gradually tightening around boxer Vijender Singh. 'In call records, conclusive evidence against Vijender' writes the Indian Express. SMS's between the boxing superstar, Ram Singh and drug dealer Kahlon are likely to be bad news for him,writes the paper.

The appointment of SC Sinha, the NIA Chief as member - National Human Rights Commission seems to be jinxed. 'BJP hoists red flag on NHRC Chief choice' writes the Pioneer. This has been reported by the Statesman and the Asian Age too.

Are you popping in Calcium tablets thinking they will be good for your bones? Beware, The Times of India, on its front page, writes that according to the latest research in the US, 'Calcium overuse can up heart risk and that over 1000 mg a day may be fatal for men'.

With summers just round the corner, you might be thinking of ways to beat the heat. The Statesman reports that the Indian Council of Medical Research has developed a jacket, which would be a personal cooling garment or PCG, and has even applied for a patent .The good news is that, it should be available by next year!

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