Thursday, January 9, 2014

Go sting the corrupt, CM Arvind Kejriwal tells Delhiites

Go sting the corrupt, CM Arvind Kejriwal tells Delhiites

Activists of a right wing group vandalizing AAP headquarters in Ghaziabad to protest Prashant Bhushan's remarks on referendum in Kashmir over army involvement, receives prominence. The Asian Age reports that the police arrested Hindu Raksha Dal convener Pinky Choudhary and 12 others, for alleged complicity.
Manmohan Singh woos NRIs to invest in India, reports the Statesman. Addressing the Indian Diaspora at Pravasi Divas in Delhi, he said "Our economic fundamentals remain strong, and the entrepreneurial spirit in India is very much alive and kicking.
"Business Standard reports that J&K might be one of the less developed states but it is rapidly emerging as the new destination for new-generation private banks such as ICICI, HDFC and AXIS Banks, with industry analysts seeing the return of peace in the Valley in recent times as a key reason to expand their reach.
Mail Today writes 'ignoring criticism from all quarters for celebrating the Saifai Mahotsav at a time when hundreds of refugee families are suffering in Muzaffarnagar, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav and Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, yesterday ensured that the grand finale had high profile actors  such as Salman Khan and Madhuri Dixit, performing at their ancestral village.
And finally, Hindustan Times reports of 24 year old Laxmi, whose face was ravaged by an acid attack at age 15 by a spurned suitor, who has special reason to smile these days. Her story of courage and super-human spirit has found her a partner for life, in Kanpur based Alok Dixit.

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