Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Truckers gang rape US tourist in Manali


The opposition by most political parties to the Central Information Commission's order bringing them under the ambit of the Right to Information Act dominates the front pages of most papers. Highlighting the possible course of action on the issue, the Hindustan Times writes "Moving High Court against CIC ruling, amendment to Act are possible options".

The invoking of the stringent provisions of MCOCA law against Sreesanth and all the others accused in the IPL spot fixing case and the granting of bail to Gurunath Meiyappan and Vindoo Dara Singh is widely reported. "Gangster law on Sree as Vindoo, Gurunath get bail" reports the Hindustan Times. With the Delhi Police naming Dawood Ibrahim and Chhota Shakeel as co-accused in the spot fixing case, the Asian Age writes "Cricket becomes gangsters game".

The Chief Ministers conference on internal security that is to take place in Delhi today is noticed in most papers. The Asian Age observes "Mamata, Jaya to skip CM's meet". Highlighting the opposition of some states to the setting up of the National Counter Terrorism Center, the Indian Express writes "Ahead of Chief minister's meeting, government takes NCTC out of IB purview".

Developments within the BJP in the wake of the reported Advani - Modi tussle are widely noticed. "Big push for Modi as campaign head, Gadkari rules himself out" writes the Hindustan Times.

Yet another incident of rape is prominently noticed in the press today. "Truckers gang rape US tourist in Manali" writes the Times of India.

Highlighting the worry over increasing gold imports, the Tribune says "RBI extends gold import curbs to all agencies". The Indian Express reports "RBI to allow gold imports only for meeting exporters needs".

And finally....stinky feet may actually turn out to be a boon. The Times of India cites research in Britian that which suggests that the odour from stinking feet attracts mosquitoes and this could help fight malaria by finding ways of trapping them.

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