Wednesday, June 11, 2014

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Newspapers today present a mixed bag with the Delhi power crisis, the debate on the Presidential address in the Lok Sabha, the tragedy in Himachal Pradesh and the second Taliban strike in Karachi covered prominently.

The Hindustan Times writes, "Delhi power grid can't keep up with demand, crisis to continue" The Express Newsline headlines "Residents sweat it out as BJP, AAP and Congress blame each other for crisis".

The Hindu with a photograph captions "Heat wave scorches North India", also reporting "Delhi experiences Longest heat wave since 1969". On a more positive note, the Hindustan Times quips "Small relief : Rain likely on Friday".

The Business Standard reports, in view of the Official prediction of a weak monsoon, Govt may have to import pulses to rein in inflation.

The Hindu states "First debate in Lok Sabha is campaign replay". The Pioneer writes "BJP slams Congress's misrule, weak PM", "Promises to resurrect economy, take opposition along in the process of decision making".

"Plan body to be bypassed?", Asks the Asian Age, reporting the Modi govt has asked ministries and departments to bypass Yojana Bhawan  and submit proposals and demands directly to the finance Ministry for this year's budgetary allocations.

The Indian Express highlights "Railways crackdown on drinking " saying every train driver and his assistant will have to take a breathanalyser test every time they sign in for duty.

The Hindustan Times leads with "Asiad coming home? India to bid for 2019 games" in what could be Delhi's chance to lay CWG ghost to rest.

And finally, The Indian Express reports Ravinder Singh Khaira's five year journey, from a taxi driver in Melbourne to an elite athlete, as he picked up the Javelin gold at the national interstate meet in Lucknow, to make the cut for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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