Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Navy Chief fears rerun of 26/11


With Delhi voting for a new Assembly today, most news papers lead with related stories. "Beat that, Delhi" says the Hindustan Times. The paper writes that with the four states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and Mizoram having clocked record voter turnout, its now the capital's turn to walk the talk. "Sheila's toughest test today" opines the Indian Express adding "BJP hopeful, Congress has fingers crossed, all eyes on debutant AAP".
"Navy Chief fears rerun of 26/11", says the Mail Today, writing that the Naval Chief Admiral DK Joshi has said that merchant vessels with armed guards on board have been passing too close to the Indian coast. Floating armories, he said were of very serious concern causing security implications for us.
The Times of India reports that the law graduate whose sexual harassment accusation against Justice AK Ganguly was inquired into by a 3 judge committee told the panel that he made advances towards her despite her clear disapproval and said she had evidence to back up her charge.
"Supreme Court rejects Sajjan's plea to quash murder Charge" reports the Tribune, referring to Congress leader Sajjan Kumar's plea for quashing the murder charge framed against him by the trial court in a case relating to the 1984 riots in Delhi's Sultanpuri area.
"US wants exclusive meeting with India at WTO", says the Hindu. The paper writes that all eyes are on the India-US meeting as a package depends largely on whether the two can agree on a common middle ground on the outstanding issues.

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