Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Government committed to Telangana formation: PM - The Hindu

Government committed to Telangana formation: PM - The Hindu


Delhi going to the polls tomorrow makes front page news in most papers. The Times of India headline reads "Last lap - AAP upbeat, BJP hopeful Sheila soldiers on". The Indian Express has a picture of a giant screen at India Gate in Delhi, showing the countdown to the Delhi assembly elections, and urging people to vote. The Express newsline informs that Delhi metro services will begin at 4 AM and that schools and colleges will remain closed.

Narendra Modi's call for a debate on article 370 triggering a political row, is covered prominently by the press. Quoting Arun Jaitley, Mail Today writes "We will always be opposed to article 370". "Nitish, Omar, PDP, Congress, Left start slanging match" says the Pioneer.

The Hindu has taken the Telangana issue as its lead story. "On eve of GoM meet, Minister says bill on Telangana is ready" no clear picture yet on Rayala - Telangana proposal writes the paper.

The Supreme Court writing to the government on juvenile law plea is mentioned on the front page of the Hindustan Times. "Who'll define heinous crimes for above 16?" asks the Pioneer.

The Times of India writes on its front page that women lawyers have sought swift action in the law intern case involving the retired  judge Justice Ganguly.

The Asian Age has a picture of Thai anti - government protestors clashing with the police, during a rally in Bangkok. 'Thai PM rejects calls to quit as clashes rock Bangkok' says the paper.

And finally, the Times of India reports of an eagle, which snatched a video camera that was recording crocodiles in Australia and captured fascinating footage of its 110 KM journey across the country's remote landscape.

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