Monday, April 21, 2014

In Telangana, Rahul sells dreams to new state, flays TRS

In Telangana, Rahul sells dreams to new state, flays TRS


"Billions of dollars at stake" is the Hindustan Times headline - It says much is riding on these elections - investors are anxious on the outcome so that accordingly they can take decisions on investment as a 100,000 crore rupees worth of projects are stalled, awaiting government approvals.

Khap panchayats to organize a mahapanchayat next month in Delhi for amendment to Hindu marriage act to ban same gotra marriage is another eye-catching story in the Tribune.

The Hindu reports how a village Mohabbat Tola in the Malda district of West Bengal is one of the villages that have disappeared under the swirling waters of the Ganga as the river changed its course during monsoon. As a result many villagers will not be able to vote as they have shifted their habitation.

'78% turnout but few can show ink mark' is the Indian Express headline - pointing to complaints of bogus voting in Haryana's Mewat district.

The Pioneer reports that an Election Commission team has to travel 35 kilometers for a lone voter in Gujarat's Gir forest.

Of the 3,000 widows living in pathetic conditions in Vrindavan, in anonymity, 225 are lucky this time to have had the privilege of a valid voter's I card and then be able to vote on April 24 in elections there - reports the Hindu.

And finally, do you snore at night ? well the Asian Age reports of a new app - sleep Appnea which has been introduced on Android to tell you just that.

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