Friday, March 21, 2014

Advani's Gandhigiri doesn't work, BJP resolves the incredible hulk


The prolonged saffron drama over which constituency BJP patriarch L K Advani would contest the Lok Sabha polls from, ended in a Modi victory. The Mail Today covers it under the headline "Advani's Gandhigiri doesn't work", BJP resolves the incredible hulk".
According to the Hindustan Times crop damage due to recent storms may be worse than previously thought, with upto 40% losses in some areas, the centre's assessment shows, fueling concerns that prices of essential food items could go up.
The passing away of Khushwant Singh is covered by most newspapers. The Hindustan Times writes under the headline "Khushwant Singh master of wit, dies at 99" that the man who spared none and spread cheer with his celebrated column - with malice towards one and all, died peacefully at his home at Delhi.
In a move that is likely to spark controversy, the Assam government has sought opinion from people on "trimming" horns of rhinos to save them from poachers writes the Times of India.
The commander and co-pilot of the flight on which the cabin crew danced on Bollywood numbers on the day of Holy, have been suspended for leaving the cockpit to record the event 35000 feet up in the air, reports the Statesman.
If you share your name with any one of these most famous twelve film characters - Karan, Simran, Anthony, Tina, Vijay, Pooja, Arjun, Priya, Rahul, Kiran, Rohit and Sonia - then this would get you discount on air tickets. With a view to paying homage to iconic Indian Cinema, a European Airliner has decided to give Indian passengers hefty discounts on their air tickets, reports the Hindu.
A 100 year old woman in Saudi Arabia who spent decades in begging, has died leaving behind a secret fortune of gold coins, jewellery and a real estate portfolio worth 3 million Saudi Riyab with no family behind her, writes the Times of India.

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