Monday, January 6, 2014

Uday Kiran Was A Passionate Actor: Teja

Uday Kiran Was A Passionate Actor: Teja


The precision perfect launch in Sriharikota of a communication satellite on the GSLV-D5, equipped with an indigenous cryogenic engine - after twin back-to-back failures in 2010 - finds its place on most front pages.
"EC gears up for multi-phase Lok Sabha polls starting mid-April" can be read in the Tribune. Polls will be held in five or six phases and announcement of the poll schedule would be done in the last days of February or beginning March.
"Kejriwal asked to rethink refusal to fight  Lok Sabha polls", is the Times of India top headline, as several AAP leaders feel that his candidature as Prime Ministerial candidate could turn out to be a game changer.
Mail Today reports that former SC judge A K Ganguly, under pressure for allegedly sexually harassing a law intern, has-spoken to Soli Sorabjee and said that he is mulling to resign from his post as chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission.
Business Line of the Hindu writes of what could be the next billion dollar basmati. A decade after release of the super successful Pusa-1121, farm scientists hope to replicate its success through yet another blockbuster, called Pusa-1509  - developed by the Indian Agricultural Research Institute.
And finally, there are wings of hope for the critically endangered Great Indian Bustards, writes the Pioneer. Granted the highest level of protection, two females & one male of species will be fitted with solar powered transmitters to track their movement, ecology and habitat, for planning long term conservation strategies.

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