Friday, May 10, 2013

The Congress ready for a national gamble


'CBI altered heart of coal report, is a caged parrot : SC', write the Hindustan Times and Hindu in a front page story. Mail Today has an illustration with the same headline. 'CBI a caged parrot speaking in its master's voice, observes SC', is the headline in the Business Standard. 'SC to hunt masters of caged parrot CBI', writes the Pioneer. 'SC : CBI caged parrot, enact a law to face it'. says the Asian Age.

Congress stages a strong comeback in Karnataka, says the Tribune. 'BJP loses its only southern bastion', says the Business Standard. BSY proves fatal for BJP notes the Pioneer. 'In Karnataka, Congress finds a sanctuary', writes the Economic Times.

The Statement writes, 'SC censure takes joy out of poll win'. The Congress ready for a national gamble, reports the Mail Today.

Air trips get more expensive for travel heavy passengers, writes the Business Standard. According to the paper, extra baggage and a preferred aisle or window seat is going to cost more. Economy class passengers will now have a limit of 15 kg of free luggage and have to pay 200 to 500 rupees more for every extra kg.

Most papers write that Alex Ferguson has announced that he will retire as Manchester United Manager after 27 years. The Hindustan Times adds that he was Britain's longest serving and most decorated soccer manager.

And finally, sunshine could benefit health and prolong life, says a study conducted by researchers from the University of Edinburgh. According to the study reported in the Asian Age, Hindustan Times, the Statesman and the Times of India, exposing the skin to the sun, helps to reduce blood pressure and cuts the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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