Friday, March 28, 2014

FIR against Masood after he threatens to chop Modi into pieces - Hindustan Times

FIR against Masood after he threatens to chop Modi into pieces - Hindustan Times


Newspapers are filled with election related news. "BJP's TV star may take on Congress hero in Amethi", writes the Economic Times, referring to Smriti Irani vs Rahul Gandhi in Amethi.

"Blast, chaos in Gaya ahead of Modi rally" is a Hindu headline. The paper reports that Maoists blew up mobile towers at two places in Gaya.

"EC orders parties not to hire minors", writes the Times of India, giving directions to all political parties to ensure that children under 18 are not engaged as laborers during preparation for polls.

"SC proposes Srini's removal" is the Statesmen headline. The apex court wanting Sunil Gavaskar at the helm is worded by the Asian Age as "Sunny days again - Supreme Court pitches for Gavaskar".

"Supreme Court deals a body blow to IPL -proposes axing two teams", is the Business standard headline. "Suspend CSK and Rajasthan Royal from IPL until probe", writes the Indian Express.

"Dhoni facing a flurry of bouncers for CSK conflict" says the Economic Times, while the Hindustan Times writes, that the captain has been accused of lying to the probe panel.

An Indian origin student Gopal Rao winning a twitter prize in the UK finds mention in the Hindustan Times and the Indian Express.

Delhiites-are you happy with the unusual pleasant weather? Still haven't kept your woollies away? But there's a flip side to the freak weather conditions. "Asthma on the rise", writes the Hindustan Times and the Mail Today.

And finally, if you travel by cabs watch out ! According to a survey, two out of every three cab drivers have poor eyesight, writes the Asian Age.

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