Sunday, December 8, 2013

Nara Chandrababu Naidu makes a U-turn on #Telangana | Siasat

Naidu makes a U-turn on Telangana | Siasat


Counting of votes for the assembly elections in four states has been given prominence on the front pages of most newspapers this morning. "Semifinal Results today to set pace for Lok Sabha 2014 polls". The Times of India writes that political parties prepared their lines on Saturday, gaming for a range of score lines ahead of the election results to four important states that could set the tempo for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
The Financial Express reports that the World Trade Organisation overcame a last-minute hitch to adopt the Bali package that could add one trillion dollars to the world economy.
A special anti-corruption court has remanded in ten-day judicial custody, former chairman of Jammu and Kashmir entrance examination panel Mushtaq Ahmed Peer, the prime accused in the alleged scam involving the sale of Common Entrance Test 2012 question papers for selection into medical colleges, reports the Sunday Tribune.
India is expected to be represented by President Pranab Mukherjee at the funeral of iconic South African Nelson Mandela, writes The Asian Age.
Italian prosecutors in the VVIP chopper deal have produced in court, a budget drawn up by two key middlemen, which purportedly lists initials of Indian politicians and designations of bureaucrats, besides those of IAF officers, who it says would need to be handled for the deal to come through, says the Indian Express.
Under the caption, "US hiring raises taper odds, India ripple likely", the Indian Express reports that unemployment in the US has fallen to 7%, lowest since 2008 and the new numbers could nudge the Fed towards easing its stimulus efforts, increasing the urgency in India to repair its economy before the taper comes through probably early next year.
Consuming energy drinks high in caffeine and taurine can make the heart beat faster. Researchers in Germany have found that just one can of energy drink can cause significantly increased heart contraction rates one hour later, reports Hindustan Times.

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