Sunday, November 24, 2013

Goa police begin probe, search Tehalka office, seize editors laptop


    All major newspapers have reported the sexual assault allegedly by Tehalka editor Tarun Tejpal on their front pages today "Goa police begin probe, search Tehalka office, seize editors laptop" reports The Indian Express while the Times of India reports" Journalist says Tejpal trying to "intimidate, harass" her and family."

    Reporting on the ongoing election campaign, The Hindu reports "Attacking Delhi's elite, Modi says Congress  thinks it is born to rule" while The Asian Age reports "Sonia gives BJP taste of its own medicine" adding that Mrs. Gandhi rejected the BJP's allegations that the medicines being distributed by the Ashok Gehlot government under the chief ministers free medicine scheme were poisonous

    The Tribune and The Hindustan Times report on the Prime Minister's warning, that terrorist groups from across the borders may try to disrupt the coming Lok Sabha and Assembly elections and asking the security forces to remain alert.

    In its lead story the Mail Today reports "Speedy Justice given to 30 lakh cases", adding that the mammoth feat, which helped in reducing the huge case backlog in courts, was achieved in the first-ever day long All-India Lok Adalat or Alternative Dispute Redressal Drive held at the supreme court, high courts, and subordinate courts across the country.

    The Hindustan Times reports that suspended Gujrat IAS officer, Pradeep Sharma on Saturday demanded a CBI probe against Chief Minister Narendra Modi and his aide BJP  general secretary Amit Shah for the alleged snooping on a woman architect.

    According to The Pioneer the Intelligence Bureau  has recommended to Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to bring foreign content providers including Facebook and Twitter under the ambit of Indian laws as is the practice in many countries.

    And finally if you have suffered the agony of watching your garbage pile up and got no answers from the local civic body  for a long time, there is good news,as soon, a method to ensure responsibility in timely lifting of garbage might be in place after the environment ministry received a rap from the Karnataka High Court, reports The Hindustan Times.

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