Tuesday, August 27, 2013

SC dismisses PIL on #Telangana


The Food Security Bill clearing the Lok Sabha is the top story in almost all newspapers today. Also prominent on the front pages  are photographs of Congress President Sonia Gandhi being escorted out of Parliament House upon her feeling unwell during the voting on the Food Security Bill.

Other top stories include the release of VHP leaders Ashok Singhal and Praveen Togadia as well as the developments on the Mumbai gang rape case.

"TDP MPs asked to leave house for 'grossly disorderly' conduct disturbing the normal functioning of the house" despite warnings by the deputy chairman P.J. Kurien, reports the Statesman on its front page. The newspapers adds "SC dismisses PIL on Telangana", describing it as "premature".

" UN team at chemical strike site" reports the Asian Age adding that UN inspectors braved sniper fire on Monday to reach the site of the suspected deadly chemical  attack near Damascus. In a related story the Times of India reports that "the UN has asked three countries including India to test samples from attack site in Damascus.  The samples will be tested at Gwalior's Defence Research and Development Establishment (DRDE) if the external Affairs Ministry gives its nod".

Vaccine major Bharat Biotech launching its  new Vaccine to fight typhoid finds place on the front page of the Times of India. The Company says "The new vaccine will help make the vaccinated immune for a longer period as against the existing vaccines that provide protection for only for 2 or 3 years".

And finally, "Come Dusshera you may witness Lord Ram and his wife Sita persuading people to vote in upcoming Delhi elections. Delhi Election Commission has decided to bank on the popularity of the traditional Ramlila shows for reaching out the voter in the poll year" reports the Mail Today. So, do go out and cast your votes!

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