Sunday, May 19, 2013

CBI SP took 7 lakh rupees bribe to quash FIR


The noose seems to be tightening now on the tainted cricketers. 'In fresh trouble, Sreesanth under Mumbai police scanner' is the Hindu headline. 'Ajit Chandila fast emerging as the linchpin in player bookie nexus' writes the Times of India. The paper adds that 'D company might have abused and threatened other cricketers, and that bookies were told to coerce those who wouldn't fix'

Chinese premier Li Keqiang's visit to India, beginning today features on the front pages of almost every paper. "India, China to take up border row, visit meant to boost economic ties' says the Tribune.

The Pioneer has given prominence to the coal probe chief and 3 others, who are in CBI custody. 'CBI SP took 7 lakh rupees bribe to quash FIR' is the paper's headline. 'After 2G, coalgate, BJP seeks to corner UPA on farm loan waiver' writes the Statesman.

Frequent earthquakes in Doda, Kishtwar and Bhaderwah in J&K is a major concern, writes the Pioneer, which has a picture of a damaged hospital as the result of tremors on the 1st of May. 'Quake hit and shaken, Bhaderwah spends nights in the open', writes the Indian Express.

'Seven mega cities to have eyes in the sky' says the Asian Age, referring to major cities in India which may soon be covered by aerial surveillance.

Angelina Jolie's decision to have a preventive mastectomy stirs up a gene patent debate, reports the Hindu. The paper writes that what Jolie's letter didn't mention was that the sole right to administer the tests is held only by one firm.

Delhi-ites, is the heat getting to you? Sadly, there will be no respite, but things are bound to get worse. 'Capital sizzles at 43 degrees, mercury to go up further' reports the Hindustan Times.

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