Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Newspapers are choc a bloc with election related news, campaigns, election rallies and accusations. Leading dailies show Priyanka Gandhi canvassing in Rae Bareli. 'Priyanka counters BJP's attacks, speaks out in husband's defence' is the Times of India headline. 'Hurt Priyanka bares heart for hubby' writes Mail Today.

'Election Commission slaps ban on Giriraj for hate speech' says the Tribune. 'Modi in damage control mode - Togadia booked, EC bars Giriraj from addressing election rallies' writes the Hindu. Shazia Ilmi's controversial call to Muslims to go communal finds place in the Pioneer, the Hindu and the Statesman. 'Muslims are too secular, should be communal' reports the Times of India, quoting Ilmi.

The Supreme Court asking the Mudgal panel to probe the IPL wrong doings further has got adequate coverage. 'Is Srinivasan's grip on BCCI weakening?' asks the Asian Age.

Good news for travellers on the Delhi Chandigarh, Delhi - Bhopal and Delhi - Lucknow  circuit. 'For now railways plan desi bullet trains @130 km per hour ' is the Financial Express headline.

A decision which will prove to be a deterrent - Mail Today writes 'Supreme Court bans lawyer for sexual harassment - bars him from entering court for 6 months'.

The Hindu carries a news item of an 89 year old, 3 time MLA in Khammam district. One would expect him to have all comforts at this age, but the paper reports that sadly, he doesn't even have a pucca house, and takes a bus to commute.

And finally, the Pioneer reports on its front page of an interesting family-specially in election time. The names of Bharti's children a 55 year old in Jalalpur in UP are Mulayam Singh, Kalyan Singh, Giani Zail Singh, Rajnath Singh, Manmohan Singh and Bal Thackerey! Talk of all parties coming together!

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