Monday, July 7, 2014

Ambitious yet unfulfilled: GST to remain a hope in 2014 too -

Ambitious yet unfulfilled: GST to remain a hope in 2014 too -


 Almost all newspapers have the budget session beginning today as a big test for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Dr. C Rangarajan's report of the new estimate of the poor in the country and the transfer of Gujarat Governor Kamla Beniwal to Mizoram  are the front page story.

 "Poverty line re-drawn, 3 in 10 Indians are poor "says the Hindustan Times.

 "7.5 % more poor under new BPL cutoff "says the Asian Age.

The Times of India on its front page reports of the CAG audit having punched holes on the former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit government's claims of having spent 3000 crores on illegal colonies - no such services are there it observes.

The Economic Times predicts - sensex may scale 31,000 by March as there is likely to be a confluence of easy liquidity and improved investor climate.

"Aadhar", DBT get a life line, Modi to retain, push UPA schemes' is the Indian Express headline saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants 100 crore enrollment at the earliest.

"MHA no to FDI in sensitive areas of railways'' says Times of India headline.

The Business Standard reports that soon all proceedings, documents debates, etc. dating back to 1952 in Parliament will be available on the net as part of e-sansad project by the centre.

Today nearly 350 people including Gadkari, Uma Bharti, Baba Ramdev and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar along with scientists and environmentalists will get together at "Ganga Manthan" in Delhi - to clean the holy but polluted Ganga, reports the Economic Times.

And finally, the Holy Amaarnath Pilgrimage that took off on 28th of June had 1 lakh pilgrims visiting the holy cave till yesterday,  reports The Tribune.

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