Friday, June 13, 2014

Goa MLAs, ministers to fund their trip to Brazil

Goa MLAs, ministers to fund their trip to Brazil


Various papers have highlighted various stories today on their front pages.
"Modi government puts NGOs under intense scan - the move follows IB warning", is the Hindustan Times headline.
The centre has agreed that Punjab power plants will now get 100% coal from domestic sources instead of the imported coal, says a front page story in the Tribune.
Narmada dam height to be raised - from 121 metres to 138 metres, and allowing gates on the reservoir is a front page story in the Asian Age.
India is world's no. 1 producer of milk but we are deficient in dry fodder by 15%, green fodder by 35% and concentrate by 40% resulting in less production of milk, say NDRI Karnal scientists, reports the Tribune.
After the recent hanging of a 43 year old woman in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh hanged for raising voice against illegal liquor mafia, a 15 year old has been hanged from a tree in Moradabad, reports the Mail Today.
The Statesman and other papers report of a meet on Ganga cleaning - up in the first week of July involving priests, technologists and conservationists.
The Hindu Business Line reports that 13,000 Indians will feature in a digitally produced photo mosaic called happiness flag to be unveiled before the kick off of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Sao Paulo.
The Pioneer reports of California based 10 year old Indian origin genius Tanishq Abraham who has graduated from high school and interestingly he has also been taught at home.

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