Saturday, April 6, 2013

Rahul opens up to India , talks of change


Almost all newspapers on their front page have covered along with photographs, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's address to the industry captains at the CII national conference in Delhi. The Tribune covers it under the headline "Rahul opens up to India , talks of change. Spells out his vision before India inc. Focus on inclusive growth.

"Khemka shifted again as he exposes seedy deal" writes the Hindu. The paper elaborates that IAS officer Ashok Khemka has again been shifted amid a raging controversy over irregularities in the Haryana Seeds Development Corporation, HSDC. This is his 44th transfer in 22 years of service and second in 6 months.

"Sunita keeps date with her Gujarat village" writes the Mail Today inside page headline. The paper adds that her father Dr Dipak Pandya, a well-known neurologist in the US, belonged to the village at Jhulasan in Mehsana.

The Pioneer reports kaziranga has now reasons to cheer. The Kaziranga national park has registered a 37 per cent increase in the population of one horned rhinos, taking their strengths in the reserve to 2,329.

Delhi maybe far from being the global city that the government tells us it is, but in a new survey on the state of city systems, the capital has done well on at least two parameters - first in urban capacities and resources and second in urban planning and design. However, asked for their opinion, Delhites listed safety, cleanliness and drinking water as prime concerns. Eleven cities were in the reckoning in the survey conducted by the Bangalore-based NGO Janaagraha.

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