Friday, February 28, 2014

Telangana businessmen oppose special category status to residual AP | Business Standard

Telangana businessmen oppose special category status to residual AP | Business Standard


Most newspapers have covered the explosion on board the submarine INS Sindhuratna. The Hindu carries the picture of the Submarine docked at the Naval dockyard and writes that the aging equipment might have contributed to the tragedy even as bodies of two missing officers killed in explosion, were discovered.

The Hindustan Times report says more infants died in the capital than in any other metro city within a year of their birth a study has found.

The Tribune writes that Russia has granted protection to the fugitive Ukrainian President even as dozens of heavily armed gunners seized control of government buildings in Crimea region and raised the Russian flag.

The Mail Today reports that the Sahara Chief, Subrata Roy has moved the apex court again for relief from arrest and offered unconditional apology for his non appearance at the Court on Wednesday.

Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Najeeb Jung approved Tihar Jail's proposal for initiation of "Open Prison" for inmates who have undergone conviction in the Semi- Open prison complex reports the Statesman.

The paper has also carried a High Court ruling that makes it clear that if a wife earns as much or more than her husband, then she will not be entitled to get alimony from him after the divorce.

According to the Pioneer the government has notified much-awaited rules for the new corporate social responsibility (CSR) regime under which companies with sizeable businesses would need to spend a minimum of two percent of net profit for the benefit of the Society.

And finally, there seems to be merit  in the Chinese proverb "I hear, and I forget, I see and I remember"as researchers at the University of IOWA have found that when it comes to memory, humans don't remember things they hear as well as things they see or touch, reports the Hindustan Times.

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