Saturday, September 28, 2013

Rahul jolts Govt, calls ordinance "nonsense"


Rahul Gandhi's statement criticising the Governments ordinance on protecting convicted politicians from disqualification has dominated the headlines of all news dailies today."Rahul trashes Ordinance, shames government." remarks the Times of India. "Rahul jolts Govt, calls ordinance "nonsense" says the Asian Age, while the Economic Times opines "There's much sense in Rahul Gandhi "Nonsense"". The Hindu adds "Rahul blitz makes party see new light".

The Supreme Court decision to allow the voters the Right to Reject candidates standing for elections has also been prominently noticed by many newspapers. "Hate your Netas? SC gives voters right to reject", reports the Hindustan Times. "SC allows negative ballot, voters can now say no candidate is worth it", adds the Times of India. The Pioneer reports that "Delhiites may get first chance in November", to exercise this option.

The meeting between the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and President Barak Obama on the side lines of the UN General Assembly meet has also caught the attention of many newspapers. "Obama shares India's concerns over renewed 'cross border' terror", reports the Pioneer. The Tribune informs "India - US seal first commercial civil nuke power deal", while the Times of India adds. "Don't expect too much from meeting with Sharif, says Manmohan".

In a significant front page story, The Indian Express reports, "8 army ex-chiefs counter V.K. Singh, say no money was paid to politicians". They asserted the army does not dabble in politics.

The Hindustan Times reports, "After seven hikes, petrol price may be cut by two rupees a litre soon", while the Asian Age adds, "To save oil, Moily to take bus to work every Wednesday".

The Times of India reports that a New UK study on 2000 married people found that couples are happiest in their third year of marriage.

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