Tuesday, July 16, 2013

CPI first party to reply to RTI query


The war of words between the BJP and the Congress finds place on the front pages of many dailies. 'Congress embraces secularism burqa, takes Modi head on', reports the Hindustan Times.

The Pioneer headlines the BJP's intention to 'cash in on NaMo Mantra', adding that the BJP's state unit has decided to charge Rupees 5 each from those attending Narendra Modi's rally in Hyderabad next month.

'One month on 5,748 still missing in Uttarakhand', reports the Tribune, whereas The Hindu says in an anchor story, 'Bahuguna won't declare the missing as dead yet'.

The Mail Today reports, 'Kedarnath gets a new trek route', adding that in a major relief, the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering has recommended an alternative 34 km Kedarnath route to the Uttarakhand Government.

'CPI first party to reply to RTI query', reports the Pioneer, saying that the party has provided information about its funding, but refused to give out details on the deliberations and agenda of its meetings.

In what is cause of concern for the Archeological Survey of India, the Times of India reports that repeated paving of roads around the Taj Mahal has resulted in the road level becoming higher then the Taj fore court thus allowing rain water to flood the complex.

On its front page the Asian Age reports, 'Ishrat case : arms appear planted', saying that officers investigating the encounter case have made startling revelation : that the weapons found on the deceased did not bear any blood stains.

And finally, the Times of India and the Asian Age report that the "Earth's 6 year twitch alters day length". Periodic jumps generated in the Earth's core change the length of a day every 5.9 years on our planet, a study in the University of Liverpool has found.

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