Sunday, December 1, 2013

Court says he misused his position as mentor and father figure to outrage victim's modesty


Tarun Tejpal arrested in the sexual assault case is the top story in most papers. While the Pioneer writes 'Fall from grace - Tehelka editor slammed behind bars', the Times of India says that 'police will seek his remand today'. 'Court says he misused his position as mentor and father figure to outrage victim's modesty' is the Mail Today headline.

Most papers have a picture of the Japan royalty with the Prime Minister and his wife at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The Hindu writes that this was a rare gesture by Dr. Singh, who had previously reserved such a reception only for U.S. President Barack Obama and George Bush.

With only a couple of days before polling in Delhi, many papers report of canvassing in the capital & election rallies. Narendra Modi's three rallies have been covered by the press. 'BJP fires heavy artillery, Congress big guns fall silent' is the Times of India headline. In a Hindustan Times Special, the paper has the three top CM candidates commenting on corruption, power and women's safety.

'From today, punch in pin for shopping' writes the Asian Age. Now it is mandatory for all debit card holders to punch in their 4 digit security pin after swiping the card.

The next time you travel by train, you'll be able to choose not only what you eat, but also when and where' writes the Hindu Business line. A Kochi based venture allows you to order food online and gets it delivered at the station of your choice, adds the paper.

Bollywood is continuing to make its presence felt internationally. 'Leela mesmerises Marrakech' writes Mail Today, of the latest hit Ram-Leela, which opened the film festival in the Moroccan city.

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