Monday, July 29, 2013

BCCI Probe Panel clears Srini, Guru and Kundra


A BCCI probe panel clearing Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals of spot fixing charges due to lack of evidence gets top slot in today's Press. "Probe Panel clears Srini, Guru and Kundra", reads the headline in the Statesman.

The UPA Coordination Committee will meet on July the 31st to finalise its stand on the Telangana issue, writes the Hindu. The Asian Age reports that the Congress Party appears to be moving towards bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.

"India and Pakistan chalk out schedule for resuming dialogue", is the top headline in the Tribune. The paper adds that Delhi has received a set of dates from Pakistan, for the Secretary level meetings that are to be hosted by Islamabad.

The Pioneer reports that the controversy over the letter sent by some MPs to US President Barack Obama urging him to deny a visa to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, has taken a new turn with a California based Examiner certifying that the signatures of the MPs are "Original and authentic", and not a cut and paste job, as claimed.

Reports of a 19 year old stunt biker dying in Police firing in Delhi yesterday, cover the front pages. The Indian Express writes that 19 year old Karan Pandey was killed when the police reportedly opened fire, in an attempt to stop a group of over a hundred motorcyclists from performing stunts in a high security area near Janpath.

The Delhi Metro has been voted the most comfortable mode of commuting in the city, writes Hindustan Times, quoting survey.

And finally a priceless note - The Times of India says, a Chandigarh court has declared the 1982 Will and Testament of the former Faridkot Maharaja - "Forged and Illegal". The Maharaja's two daughters will now inherit properties worth 20,000 crore rupees, which had in the earlier will, been left to a Trust.

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