Sunday, April 28, 2013

Cops thrash 3 after being refused bribe


The CBI chief's affidavit, stating that the probe report on coal allocation was shared with the law minister and officials in the PMO is the top story in most papers today. Calling it a 'damming disclosure' , the Hindustan Times writes 'UPA backs Ashwani Kumar, opposition demands resignation'.

Sarabjit attacked in a Pak jail, critical and in the ICU, figures on the front page of many dailies. 'Slips into coma, told his lawyers of threat to life 20 days ago' writes The Hindu.

There are pictures of Narendra Modi and Baba Ramdev in Mail today, Hindustan Times and the Pioneer. 'Modi gets sants' blessing for top job' says The Pioneer, while 'babas chant NaMo for PM', writes Mail Today.

The Tribune has given prominence to 4 policemen who were killed in a Sopore ambush in J & K. 'Gunned down after they walked into a well planned ambush by militants' writes the paper.

Business dailes have reported about the zooming Maruti profits despite a slowdown in the domestic automobile industry. 'Maruti in top gear with 80% surge in net profit is how the Business Standard puts it.

Will the Delhi police never learn? First Nirbhaya, then Gudiya - and now another incident which puts the capital and its callous cops to shame. 'Naked, bruised girl found in public toilet, rape suspected' writes the Statesman, of a six year old. 'Rape fears drive away tourists' writes Mail Today on its front page, adding that India is not so incredible for tourists any more and adds, that the travel business is hit badly and more cancellations are on the cards.

And if all that is not enough, the Times of India reports 'Cops thrash 3 after being refused bribe' in Delhi's Baljit Nagar. Is the Delhi police commissioner listening?

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