Thursday, July 11, 2013

Convicted MPs, MLAs to lose seat right away : SC


The Supreme Court's ruling and orders on different issues occupies the front pages of most newspapers. 'Convicted MPs, MLAs to lose seat right away : SC', reports the Hindustan Times and other newspapers. 'SC hauls up Government for withholding material from CBI on Coalgate', says the Hindu, whereas the Pioneer reports that 'SC gives Centre 4 weeks to produce file pertaining to 164 coal blocks'. The Statesman reports that the Supreme Court asked Tata Motors to consider returning the Nano factory land back to the State Government and the Agriculturists from whom it was acquired.

On the Serial blasts in Bodhgaya the Asian Age says, 'No leads all angles still open'. However, the Pioneer and several other newspapers have reported that 'IM terror tweets originated in Pak'.

The Hindu headlines, 'RIL must get lower gas price till shortfall is delivered', reporting that the Finance Ministry has asked the Petroleum and Gas Ministry to take steps to ensure that Reliance India Limited receives only the old price until it delivers the shortfall it was contractually obliged to supply.

The Juvenile Justice Board verdict, on one of the suspects in the fatal December 16 gang-rape of a 23 year old paramedic in a moving bus, is likely to be given today, reports the Asian Age.

In an attempt to combat anaemia among children between 10 and 18 years, all Government School children in Delhi will get Iron tablets as part of Delhi Government's Weekly Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation programme.

'80 per cent IIT entrants from just 3 boards', that is, CBSE, Andra Pradesh and Punjab, reports the Times of India highlighting that the new entrance exam system that gives weightage to class XII scores of candidates has changed the rules of the game in one fell swoop.

And finally, "Mobile dead?" No cause for worry any more. "Try solar headphones". A pair of headphones that can harness solar power to charge mobile devices when you are on the move has been designed in the United Kingdom reports the Times of India.

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