Sunday, March 2, 2014

Police custody is a picnic for Roy


    A special cabinet meeting on ordinances today figures in many papers. 'Ordinances on Seemandhra, Rahul bills are likely today', writes the Indian Express.

    The Election Commission asking the centre to take appropriate action on manipulation of opinion polls is covered by the Statesman as - 'EC cracks whip on opinion polls'.

    Lalu offering Congress just 11 of the 40 seats in Bihar makes front page news - 'Congress deal with Lalu shaky, Nitish smells an opportunity' is the Hindustan Times headline. The Hindu puts it as 'Congress - RJD talks sour , JD(U) steps in'.

    The Statesman and the Pioneer show BJP president Rajnath Singh greeting General V K Singh who joined the Party.

    The passing away of former BJP president Bangaru Laxman finds place in the Hindu,Mail Today and the Statesman.

    'Police custody is a picnic for Roy' , writes the Hindustan Times, of Subroto Roy, who is lodged in a guest house in picturesque Kukrail, receiving a stream of family and friends and getting food from home.

    A Raw official and his family found dead at his Sadiq Nagar home in Delhi is reported by the Pioneer as - 'Man hammers family to death,kills self'.

    Russian troops seizing control of Crimea is covered prominently by the Indian Express and Asian Age .' Military intervention in Crimea will carry costs' Obama warns Russia - west voices alarm, calls on Moscow to respect Ukraine's sovereignty' says the Times of India.

    Molestation of a 24 year old Manipuri girl in the capital, leading to a protest and ugly confrontation with cops is covered widely by the press.

    And finally, are you surprised with rain at this time of the year? The Pioneer says 'Met surprised but astrologers say rain normal', because of a certain planetary movement.

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