Monday, May 26, 2014

Namo's new Nano Sarkar


Newspapers are rife about speculations about the size and shape of the new government, the release of Indian Fishermen from Sri Lanka and Pakistan, Kumar Vishwas likely to quit AAP and 13 year old Malavath Purna from Andhra Pradesh becoming the youngest girl to climb Mount Everest.
"Team NaMo to be younger leaner" is the Hindustan Times headline. "Namo's new Nano Sarkar" says Mail Today. And the Tribune headlines - "Fortress Delhi - team Modi checks in today".
While the Hindu reports of Ex IB chief A. K Doval being tipped to be National Security Advisor, Mail Today has named Nripendra Mishra to be the principal secretary to the new Prime Minister.
The Indian Express reports that the current CBI Director Ranjit Sinha has written a letter to CBDT Chairman asking for all evidence of interaction of former CBI officials and meat exporter Moin Akhtar Qureshi who is being probed for TAX evasion.
The Hindu also reports of the resumption of the Sikh pilgrimage of Hemkund Sahib on Saturday. Over 3000 pilgrims reached the holy place yesterday.
New Delhi Municipal Corporation having spent 91 lakh rupees worth of sweets on Holi, according to an RTI reports Times of India .
The Tribune says that 6 women are raped in Delhi everyday and the data shows a 36% increase from 2013.
The Rupee has risen phoenix like from the ashes to make by gains in the last 6 months reports the Hindu Business Line.
And finally, the Pioneer has an interesting picture of a miniature artist creating a picture of PM designate Narendra Modi with tea cups in Amritsar.

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