Tuesday, June 17, 2014

World Cup 2014: Uruguay’s Luis Suárez is ‘100% fit’ to upset England | Football | The Guardian

World Cup 2014: Uruguay’s Luis Suárez is ‘100% fit’ to upset England | Football | The Guardian


Many papers show PM Narendra Modi in Bhutan. The Hindu shows 'the PM addressing the national assembly in Thimphu yesterday'. The Asian Age writes that 'Modi's speech draw spontaneous applause, something unusual in Bhutan'. "Modi raises gross national happiness in Bhutan" adds the paper.

Inflation at a 5 month high, the rupee weakening past 60 per dollar and the Iraq crisis threatening to push up global oil prices finds place in many dailies. "After easy start, Modi government faces first key test" in the Business Standard headline. 'Price monster to test Modi' writes the Hindustan Times.

'Aadhaar future at stake' says the Indian Express, as a consequence of Narendra Modi scrapping the cabinet committee on unique identification authority last week.

In a block item titled 'Appointments on hold', the Statesman writes that the fate of private secretaries to ministers is in limbo. "Modi's ministers can't have babus favoured by UPA as special staff" says the Economic Times.

'BJP closing in on capital crown' writes the Hindustan Times, about the three names doing the rounds for the Delhi Chief Minister's post.

Governors appointed during the UPA might be on their way out. 'Government nudges 6 governors to quit' writes the Times of India

Confusion over the four year undergraduate programme of Delhi University continues. In what comes as a shot in the arm for protestors, the Hindustan Times writes, "UGC asks DU to rethink four year degree course".

And finally, are you scared of your visit to the dentist? The Times of India writes "Soon, decayed tooth may repair itself--UK experts develop new technique that could spell end of  drilling and fillings".

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