Friday, February 7, 2014

Commitment to Telangana Cause is 'Full and Final': BJP - The New Indian Express

Commitment to Telangana Cause is 'Full and Final': BJP - The New Indian Express


    The first day of the extended Winter Session of parliament yesterday ended in less than 15 minutes after it began, making  for headline news. "Lok Sabha drowns in din on Day 1" - can be read on the front page of The Hindu.
    Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has roped in former Chief election commissioner JM Lyngdoh to ensure that no leader with criminal antecedents gets a party ticket for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls according to Mail Today. A check of applicants will be done by Lyngdoh's NGO, called Foundation for Advanced Management of Elections.
    Narendra Modi's strong pitch for votes in West Bengal is also covered by many newspapers. At a rally in Kolkata he accused the Congress of denying President Pranab Mukherjee the Prime Minister's position twice, in 1984 and 2004. The Economics Times also quotes him as says - "Third front will make India third Rate" .
    The Times of India informs us that the country has added 9.7 crore voters since the 2009 Lok Sabha polls, which translates into a 13.5% increase.
    According to the Indian Express - Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif yesterday invited India to engage in a 'comprehensive, sustained and result-oriented' dialogue with Pakistan, to resolve the Kashmir issue.
    And finally, Hindustan Times writes that Kargil, situated 200 km from Srinagar, is a fast emerging destination for growing aromatic plants such as rosemary, khus, lavender, mentha and salvia, whose oils are use for making beauty products.

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