Friday, March 7, 2014

NDA makes huge gains, set to win around 230 seats

NDA makes huge gains, set to win around 230 seats


    Bihar Chief Minister made his prime ministerial ambitions known, saying he is more qualified and experienced than those "roaming around" for the top job reports the Hindu. Meanwhile the Indian Express on its front page writes that the writing is on the wall - BJP workers want Modi, not Joshi, in Varanasi.

    The Tribune on its front page, alongwith photographs of Shazia ILmi and Ashutosh, writes that the two senior Aam Admi Party leaders were questioned by the police and named in an FIR for allegedly instigating violence outside the BJP headquarters.

    China has announced that an extension of the Qinghai -Tibet railway network will reach  Xigase in the Tibetan Autonomous Region, the hometown of the 11th Panchen Lama and located close to the Indian border in Sikkim writes the Hindustan Times.

    Most newspapers have covered on their front pages Crimea's parliament voting to join Russia and its Moscow-backed government has set a referendum within 10 days of the discussion. The Asian Age covers it under  the headline "Crimea set to join Russia, referendum on March 16th.

    The Times of India writes that CBSE has ushered in one of the most radical exam reforms; It will allow class 12 students, to not only get a copy of their evaluated answer sheets but also seek re-evaluation instead of just a recount of marks.

    In economic news, the Business Line writes that industry bench-marks Sensex and Nifty logged new life-time highs of 21,513 and 6401, respectively, on the back of all-round buying by overseas investors.

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