Saturday, December 28, 2013

NDMC top brass gets a feel of new govt - Kejriwal questions them, in public


Arvind Kejriwal's swearing in ceremony to be held today is splashed across the front pages of most dailies. "Kejriwal comes to power riding on Aam Aadmi's transport" writes the Pioneer, as the chief minister designate intends to go in the metro to Ramlila Maidan. The Indian Express shows Kejriwal at a Mohalla sabha in Delhi, with the NDMC secretary in tow . "NDMC top brass gets a feel of new govt - Kejriwal questions them, in public" writes the paper. The Asian Age reports a sting operation which showed some govt files being burnt in fear of Kejriwal, as the new CM intends to open all corruption cases "AAP over Apple" writes the Economics Times, as it reports of Lal Bahadur Shastri's grandson, leaving a cushy corporate job to join the Aam Admi Party.
"Modi bares his heart on riot pain - blogs about anguish after 2002 violence but stops short of an apology" is the Mail Today headline. "Modi says that he was shaken to the core by the riots" writes the Hindu.
Rahul Gandhi's press conference yesterday figures in all dailies. "Rahul slams Maharashtra govt for rejecting Adarsh report - tells CM to reconsider decision" is the lead in the Times of India.
"Congress unleashes wholesale reform of fruit and veggie mandis" is the Financial Express headline, adding that removing these items from APMC act will slash inflation.
As a consequence of the Devyani episode, subsidy to all US diplomats withdrawn is reported by the Economic Times "Devyani fire turns off supply of cheap gas  to foreigners", writes the paper.
Do you know which is the most prosperous city in India?  Well, a credit rating agency has concluded that it is Gurgaon, says the Times of India.
Nursery admission guidelines relaxed for admission in Delhi schools is reported by many papers. "Nursery distance rule revised to 8 km" writes the Hindustan Times.
And finally, though laughter is supposed to be the best medicine, the Times of India writes, "its possible to die laughing", as uncontrolled laughter can lead to cardiac rapture and can prove fatal.

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