Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Good News : Vidarbha suicides fall 50 per cent


The Euphoria over Delhi's new Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as a harbinger of change continues on the first day, of the New year, in most newspapers today. The Asian Age notes "AAP delivers power promise, with catch." However The Pioneer asks "Cut price electricity for Delhi, but at whose cost?"
In a related story the Hindustan Times reports that facebook will conduct a global study on the Aam Aadmi Party which involved users of the social networking site in its political campaign in a big way.
In the run up to the General Elections this year, pre poll alliances are also dominating headlines. "BJP wins PMK, MDMK as poll partners in Tamil Nadu" reports the Pioneer, while the Hindustan Times adds, "Lalu pushes for tie-up, Congress wants time."
In a related story the Times of India reports that the Election Commission has already entered into a partnership with Google, to help manage online voter registration and facilitation services, ahead of the democratic exercise.
Giving good news for the New Year the Economic Times reports, in its lead story "All banks take a New Year Resolution to serve clients" adding that on the cards are simplified processes to open basic accounts, banks offering doorstep service to senior citizens and disabled.
The Indian Express notes, "Good News : Vidarbha suicides fall 50 per cent".
And finally, Symmeterical knees could help explain why Jamaicans epitomised by 100 meters world record holder Usain Bolt are so good at sprinting, according to a long term research by Northumbria University, reports the Times of India.

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