Wednesday, September 18, 2013

No end to onion tears

The prices of onion and other vegetables beginning to soar once again, is noticed extensively in the Press. "No end to onion tears" - writes Mail Today. Business Line of the Hindu reports - 'after racing ahead of the rupee, onion could turn costlier than petrol in the main consuming centres of Delhi and Mumbai.

Hindustan Times reports that Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been a long - standing supporter of dialogue with India and has stood for peaceful resolution of disputes such as Kashmir, the question is can Sharif deliver? The paper adds - 'He can walk the talk by granting India 'Most favoured nation trading status' -  a move backed by the army.

Government looks at ways to revive economy, headlines The Asian Age. RBI governor Raghuram Rajan met with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Finance Minister P. Chidambaram yesterday to discuss various options. The government may need to take coordinated steps to stem any outflow of money from India, if America decides to scale back its bond purchases.

The Asian Age reports that two of Karnataka most famous sons - IT Czar Nandan Nilekani and popular cricketer Anil Kumble may face each other in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, as Congress and BJP candidates, respectively.

Sachin Tendulkar will play his 200th Test during the home series against the West Indies in November, writes the Indian Express. It could possibly be his last as he has been told by the selectors that after the 200th test, it will only be his form and not his past record that will matter.
we can glean some good news from The Times of India.

The paper writes 'Monsoon brings home twin Bonanza'. The drinking water position in several parts of the country, should also improve.

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