Friday, March 21, 2014

V for Vadodara and Varanasi for Modi


    BJP's sixth list which named 67 candidates makes front page news in most papers. 'V for Vadodara and Varanasi for Modi' is the Hindustan Times headline. "Gandhinagar thrust on sulking Advani" writes the Indian Express.
    "Congress gets Manish Tiwari on board for Ludhiana seat" says the Tribune. For the Amritsar slot, 'Congress likely to pit Amarinder against Jaitley' informs the Pioneer'.
    The same paper writes of the DMK warning workers of action if they contact the estranged son of Karunanidhi. 'After losing dad's Karuna, Alagiri now untouchable' is a Pioneer headline.
    Would you like to go to Varanasi for Arvind Kejriwal's rally on the 25th of this month ? 'For 1100 Rs, AAP will take you to Varanasi as rally volunteer - food included' writes the Asian Age.
    'Rupee at 57 - will Modi do what Rajan couldn't ? quizzes the Economic Times, referring to international investors pumping in dollars to buy stocks, hoping to benefit from a stable Modi government. The Times of India says that the market view is that Modi at the helm, could be a game changer, and predicts powering the rupee to 45 a dollar.
    'High Courts to get 25% more judges to clear backlogs, writes the Hindu on its front page, of some 40 lakh accumulated cases.
    The Asian Age and the Hindu show Pro-Russian troops seizing the Crimea Navy headquarters. 'India backs Russia, no to sanctions' writes the Asian Age.
    The Hindustan Times and the Indian Express write that according to a New York Times report, Ex ISI chief Pasha knew of Osama's Pak hideout, and Lashker's Saeed was in touch with him.
    'Complete DU postgraduate in one year from 2015' writes the Times of India, of the VC's next reforms.
    And finally, do you want to know the key to a long and healthy life ? Eat less. 'Cutting back on food ups cellular recycling and repair', writes the Times of India citing a study.

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