Friday, February 28, 2014

Hyderabad's revenues will go to Telangana: Jairam - The Hindu

Hyderabad's revenues will go to Telangana: Jairam - The Hindu


    Naval Chief Admiral D K Joshi's resignation taking moral responsibility for warship and submarine accidents in the recent past dominates  front page headlines. "Navy chief Joshi quits after another sub fire, Govt. quickly accepts papers", reads the Times of India lead. Highlighting the likely impact of these accidents the Hindustan Times says, "In two years, Navy may lose sub-sea edge over Pakistan".
    Most papers report that the chief of the Sahara company, Subrata Roy, is in deep trouble after he failed to turn up in the Supreme Court in a contempt case. "Sahara chief no-show: SC orders his arrest", writes the Indian Express on its front page.
    The growing closeness between Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Jan Shakti Party and BJP is taken note of by most papers. "LJP hints at returning to NDA fold", reports the Hindu. The Hindustan Times writes "Paswan seals BJP deal, says not abandoning secularism".
    Former West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee justifying before a Judicial Commission, the 1993 police firing in Kolkata in which 13 Youth Congress supporters were killed is highlighted in most papers. "Buddha stands by '93 firing on Congress workers", reports the Asian Age.
    In a front page story the Times of India reports that the government's newly constituted Independent Evaluation Office has found that the  government spends 3 rupees 65 paise to deliver 1 rupee worth of food.
    In international news, Pakistan's announcement of a new National Security policy is keenly noticed in the press. "Pak vows to strike militant headquarters in major policy shift", reports the Indian Express.
    And finally, the Asian Age, the Pioneer and the Times of India report that a rather talkative parrot was the star in a whoddunit murder mystery as it helped the police in Agra district nab a murderer.

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