Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Jail in Maharashtra could be a 'click' away


President Pranab Mukherjee unveiling the present governments Plan in yesterday's joint address to parliament, India facing the prospects of a deficient monsoon this year and the Beas River tragedy involving Engineering students from Hyderabad are some of the front page stories in leading dailies today.
"Pranab spells out" Modification plan. writes the Hindustan Times. In a related story the paper writes that in a role that largely carries out the agenda of the elected government, the President's speech was sprinkled with a critical evaluation of policies of the previous government, including some which he had piloted in his earlier role as Finance Minister.
"In no mood for Delhi polls, Congress and AAP begin talks", reports the Indian Express.
"Jail in Maharashtra could be a 'click' away" says the Mail Today, writing that the Maharashtra police would now be booking even those who endorse the contents by clicking on the "Like" button and forward objectionable content to others.
The Tribune writes that Finance Minister Arun Jaitely was named the leader of the House in the Rajya Sabha yesterday, while Congress veteran Ghulam Nabi Azad was declared the leader of the opposition.
The Indian Express reports that in a twist to the legal battle involving the Army top brass, the government on Monday defended Army vice Chief Dalbir Singh Suhag's promotion, entitling him to be the next Army chief, and described the disciplinary ban on him by the then Army Chief and now minister of state Retd. Gen V K Singh as "illegal", "extraneous" and "premeditated".
And finally, the Times of India writes that the RBI has directed that migrants with no permanent address can now open accounts in banks with a single declaration of a permanent address and a mere declaration of a local address or address for communication.

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