Monday, October 21, 2013

Rote learning a closed chapter, CBSE to begin open book era


Many papers have a picture of the PM who reached Moscow yesterday for the 14th Indo Russia annual summit. 'India, Russia to sign 5 deals but Kudankulam N-pact unlikely' writes the Hindustan Times.  'Citing liability clause, Russia set to stall deal on 2 new nuclear reactors' is how the Indian Express puts it.
The CBI to file status report on the Coalgate scam tomorrow gets front page coverage in many dailies. The Times of India has taken this as its lead and writes "CBI mulls option of closing Coalgate case against Birla', adding that the statement by the PMO has left the agency in a bind.
The Tribune and the Hindustan Times have prominently covered the Army FIR's contradicting its versions of the Keran sector operation. 'Security agencies pick holes in Army's version' writes Mail Today.
Rift in the Delhi BJP and Vijay Goel threatening to quit if not made the CM candidate is covered widely by the press.
Haven't we all complained, some time or the other, about the education system in our country ? Well, that might change now. "Rote learning a closed chapter, CBSE to begin open book era' writes the Express news line, adding that this format will be implemented from 2013-14.
And finally fasting tomorrow on Karva Chauth ? And your'e tech savvy too ? Well, there's a new app created for this saas - bahu festival, which has the ability to turn your phone into a channi, by giving its camera a net effect.

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