Sunday, February 2, 2014

Modi attacks Sonia's 'poisonous' barb, says Congress sowing, spewing venom

Modi attacks Sonia's 'poisonous' barb, says Congress sowing, spewing venom


Most papers have reported about protests by students from the North East over Nido Taniam's death in Delhi. The Hindustan Times, The Statesman and The Tribune show these students holding a candle light vigil. "No arrest yet for Jan 25 attack in city" writes The Times of India. The paper reports of two Manipuri women thrashed in full public view, just 4 days after the earlier incident.
There's new twist in the VVIP chopper case. Papers write of middle man Christian Michel telling Augusta West land officials to contact close advisors of Sonia Gandhi to clinch the 3600 crore rupee deal. "Copter scam throws muck at Congress brass", writes Mail Today.
"A viable alternative" writes the Hindu, of several parties, which are meeting in Delhi, on the 5th of February to discuss a non Congress, non BJP alternative.
The Tribune has a picture of Harish Rawat taking oath as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand.
'NTPC gives ultimatum to BSES - Power play - 10 days reprieve for Delhites" writes The Pioneer. The Hindustan Times puts it as 'No outages till Feb 10, discoms get time to pay".
'DD won't blush at 'A' movies anymore' writes the Asian Age, on its front page. The paper adds that the I&B ministry is now taking a favourable view of airing shows with adult content for mature audiences.
Would you like to shop at Harrods, Macys or Selfridges, in the comfort of your own home? Its possible now, says the Times of India, as these upscale stores are delivering to online orders from India.

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