Monday, February 10, 2014

Telangana bill moves a big step forward: 10 developments

Telangana bill moves a big step forward: 10 developments


Arvind Kejriwal threatening to quit over the Jan Lok Pal Bill makes front page news in most dailies today. 'Kejriwal declares start of end-game' is the Mail Today headline. 'Government teeters as congress rules out support for bill' writes the Times of India. 'Ministry of Home Affairs to consider Kejriwal's request' says The Tribune, referring to the 2002 order that makes it mandatory for all bills to be sent to the Centre before being tabled in the Delhi Assembly.

Many papers show Narendra Modi addressing scheduled caste organizations in Kochi. The Hindustan Times, quoting him as saying. 'I'm still untouchable for many'.

The Indian Express has a picture of Prakash Karat addressing the left front rally yesterday in Kolkata which drew 3 lakh people.

Be prepared to shell out more if you are planning to buy a house in Delhi. 'Over 30 per cent hike in circle rates likely in Delhi' is the Pioneer headline.

If you enjoy eating chaat in Chandni Chowk, you can do so without worrying about the hygiene. In a special report, Hindustan Times writes, 'From May eat street food without any fear' - as eight safe zones are identified in the city where vendors will be required to maintain high standards of cleanliness.

And finally, the Hindustan Times has an interesting item which says that a Japanese company has developed a device, which looks like a badge, and can track the employees activities throughout office hours - from how long you are sitting idle, to whom you speak, and even your visits to the washroom!    

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