Friday, May 17, 2013

Bookies provided women to players involved in spot-fixing

Bookies provided women to players involved in spot-fixing


Almost all papers have covered on their front pages on how the Indian Cricket's reputation has been dragged through the mud and a billion fans were betrayed as three players were arrested for fixing in the domestic T20 league. The Hindustan Times headlines it as "Sree 420 shames Indian Cricket" and Mail Today covers it under "Fixers Fixed".

According to the Pioneer Prices of 348 medicines, including life - saving drugs will be cheaper by up to 80 percent, as the new drug price control order has came into effect.

A front page story in the Hindu states that according to the supreme Court no person should be arrested for posting objectionable comments on social networking sites without permission from Senior police officers.

Ahead of Afghan President Hamid Karzai's visit to India next week, reports the Tribune, Afghanistan has proposed that India, Pakistan and Afghanistan evolve a suitable mechanism to address each other's concern in the larger interest of peace in the region, which could also include a tri-partite no war pact among the 3 nations.

The Asian Age reports UK Prime Minister David Cameron has suffered a fresh blow with around a third of his own party's legislators voting against his policy on offering a referendum on UK's European Union membership.

According to the Times of India, the UPSC has for the first time made public, the final marks of all successful candidates recommended for appointment to central services. The data shows how tough cracking the civil services exam is, as just 4 candidates secured more than 50%. The minimum cut off in general category is 42% and in other categories it went as low as 35%.

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