Friday, December 20, 2013

Jaya says she has Red Fort in her sights


The Hindustan Times on its front page reports that in a move with far-reaching consequences, students at Delhi University will evaluate their teachers from the next semester starting in January 2014. The evaluation will be made a part of the teachers files and influence their promotions.
Almost all papers have carried reports on Salman Khurshid raising rhetoric on Khobragade case. The Tribune writes that the Ministry of External Affairs has now alleged a "Larger conspiracy" and "irrational behavior" by US authorities in the case of Indian Deputy consul general in New York. MEA has pressed Washington for dropping of all charges against Devyani Khobragade plus tender an unconditional apology.
Under the headline " Jaya says she has Red Fort in her sights". The Mail Today writes that AIADMK Supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Ms. Jayalalitha made her Prime Ministerial ambitions clear. In a general party meeting in Chennai, it was resolved that there have been PMs from other states and now somebody from Tamil Nadu must lead the country.
The Law Ministry has referred to Attorney - General G. E Vahanvati the papers it received from the Home Ministry relating to the letter West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee wrote to the president, seeking his intervention for the removal of Justice AK Ganguly from the post of Chairperson of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission reports the Hindu.
According to the Times of India, Sanyog Jain has found ways to shield insulin from digestive enzymes and get it into the bloodstream, the effect of which could last longer than the shot of insulin.
The Hindustan Times writes that your pet dog can recognize your photo from a variety of other pictures by tracking or looking at yours eyes, a new study has found, suggesting the canines may have facial recognition skills similar to humans.

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