Thursday, December 19, 2013

Can't blame anyone for the spilt with Hrithik Roshan: Sussanne

Can't blame anyone for the spilt with Hrithik Roshan: Sussanne

    Front-page headlines of most papers this morning are on Lok Sabha passing the historic Lokpal Bill yesterday. The escalating diplomatic row between India and the United States over the Devyani Khobragade episode; the RBI maintaining status quo on both interest and cash reserve ratio for now; and the two Houses of Parliament adjourning sine die two days before schedule are the other stories noticed prominently.
    "India moves diplomat to secure immunity shield" under that headline Hindustan Times reports that India has shifted Devyani Khobragade to the UN permanent mission to ensure diplomatic immunity for her.
    The Centre has decided to play along with the Aam Aadmi Party and hold back the move to bring Delhi under President's Rule till early next week when the 10-day deadline set by Arvind Kejriwal to decide if his party wants to form a minority government ends, says Hindustan Times.
    Hindustan Times' reports that an RTI activist, abducted from Gautam Budh Nagar on Dec 13, was tortured by burning with cigarette butts and beaten with iron rods before being dumped in the neighboring district few days later.
    A Harvard University student was charged with masterminding a bomb hoax to get out of an examination, he allegedly sent several anonymous e-mails to the university police, forcing the cancellation of a series of examinations in several buildings, report the Asian Age, the Hindu, Hindustan Times and other papers.
    And finally, a kind of rock that often contains diamonds has been found in the Antarctica for the first time reports the Times of India, and the Hindu adds that Antarctica is protected by a treaty that bans mining there for 50 years.

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