Thursday, April 3, 2014

US secretly created 'Cuban Twitter' to stir unrest and undermine government

US secretly created 'Cuban Twitter' to stir unrest and undermine government


    Most Newspapers this morning have front page photographs of different Netas in the election fray. "BJP sure of 4 in Delhi, iffy in 3" writes the Hindustan Times. "Clash of clans lends colour to Nepotism in UP" is the Pioneer headline. "Congress will finish second: Pawar" writes the Hindu.
    This time, Vadra may not be seen much in Gandhi bastions in UP" is the Times of India headline also adding that team Rahul believes absent PM has dented Congress chances.
    1 in 3 kids in the city's urban slums are malnourished according to a survey by a non profit organisation Child Rights and You (CRY) writes Mail Today, the Hindustan Times and Hindu. Acute malnutrition is irreversible and the damage is permanent add the papers.
    The confidential report on suspected corruption in the IPL submitted to the Supreme Court by the Mudgal Panel is believed to contain unverified allegations against 12 players, 3 new teams, IPL officials and owners. The Indian Express has headlined this story.
    Estranged Gandhi cousins Varun and Rahul shared a few moments of new found warmth but then politics stepped in. The Hindu has a cartoon with Rahul Gandhi saying " if it is a hate speech against rivals the Election Commission doesn't like it and Varun Gandhi saying: "if one credits the rival for good work, the party doesn't like it".

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