Thursday, April 25, 2013

Tension builds up as Chinese troops stay put


Most papers, this morning, report the incursion by China into India territory on the 15th of April. The Tribune writes that this is the first such incursion in Ladakh since 1962. 'Chinese tent 18 kms inside India Area', says the Asian Age. 'Tension builds up as Chinese troops stay put', writes the Pioneer.
Chris Gayle is on the front page of the Hindu, Times of India, Mail Today, Statesman and other papers for smashing the fastest ever T-20 century off 30 balls. He made 175 runs, with 17 sixes and 13 fours to seal the victory for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in yesterday's match against the Pune Warriors in the IPL tournament.
India's GDP is set to grow at 6.4 per cent in 2013-14, says the PM's Economic Advisory Council. 'Bounce back time, says PM's Council', writes the Hindustan Times. Releasing the Economic review 2012-13, the Chairman of the PM's Economic Advisory Council, Mr. C. Rangarajan said that policy paralysis hit growth and strongly urged the government to expedite clearances for infrastructure and other project, write the Financial Express and Business Standard.
Mail Today, The Pioneer, The Tribune, Business Standard, The Hindu, Financial Express and most other papers write about the Parliamentary Standing Committee terming the coal block allocations between 1993 and 2010 as unauthorized and illegal. The papers also write about the UPA's flagship programme MGNREGA. The CAG report, tabled in Parliament, slams the implementations of MGNREGA, saying there has been diversion of funds, tampering of muster rolls and a significant decline in the rural household employment generation in the last two years.
And finally, in a breakthrough, researchers claim to have discovered a method to make bacteria produce diesel on demand. The Hindu has also noticed this finding

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