Sunday, October 6, 2013

Seemandhra burns, Jagan will move Supreme Court to stop split #Telangana


    The violence over Telangana decision and YSR Congress president, YS  Jaganmohan Reddy's fast, receive prominence on front pages. "Jagan will go to supreme court against the T-decision", headlines The Asian Age. Hindustan Times writes" Seemandhra burns, Jagan will move Supreme Court to stop split".

    Several papers have noticed yet another Pakistan intrusion bid in Kupwara yesterday. "The flush out operations along the LoC in North Kashmir's Kupwara district continued for the 12th day Yesterday, as troops shot dead four more militants in Fateh Gali area, writes The Tribune.

    A front page story in the Hindu reports on Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav revealing that he would be meeting CPM general secretary Prakash Karat at Talkatora in Delhi on October 30 to hold discussion on the possibility on a third front.

    The Asian Age reports - 'Ushering in a new regime for over seas investments in Indian Capital Markets and bringing in wide ranging changes, SEBI on Saturday announced new 'foreign portfolio investor regulations' to put in place an easier Registration Process and also an easier Operating Framework.

    Sunday Times writes that the career of Jwala Gutta is at the cross roads. The disciplinary committee  of the Badminton Association of India has recommended a life ban on ace shuttler for delaying for almost 30 minutes an Indian Badminton League match.

    Sunday Times writes - There was a time when coconut water was a thing of beach vacations, no body thought that Delhi would become a hub of the tender coconut trade. The massive demand for the fruit has increased on account of growing awareness of the coconut water's health benefits especially during dengue and other viral fevers, claim traders in Delhi.

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