Thursday, July 3, 2014

Narendra Modi says Facebook a tool for governance, better interaction

Narendra Modi says Facebook a tool for governance, better interaction


    The Sunanda Tharoor story getting murkier finds front page news in most dailies. 'Who's lying on Sunanda autopsy - AIIMS or Doc? asks the Hindustan Times. Mail Today writes that the postmortem report may be reviewed. The paper adds that 'whistleblower has a patchy past and is not new to controversy'.
    A U.S diplomat summoned by MEA over snooping on BJP is splashed across many papers. 'Washington snooping on BJP shadows McCain visit' is the Tribune headline.
    Business dailies focus on markets scaling new highs. 'Equities ride on pre-budget euphoria' is the Financial Express headline. The Business Standard writes that the sensex rose to 25,841 and the rupee also firmed up, now at 59.69 a dollar.
    'Centre brings onion, potato under essential commodities act' writes the Business line of the Hindu. 'Stock limits put on onion, potato' is the Indian Express headline. This step has been taken to rein in prices, says Business Standard.
    In an item titled 'under the scanner', on its front page, the Hindu says that the ministry of shipping has issued a letter to 12 major ports seeking explanation on Financial irregularities.
    The Prime Minister is scheduled to visit Kashmir tomorrow. 'Modi's J&K visit has no political agenda' writes the Hindu, quoting Omar Abdullah.
    'At 315 million, India has the most students in the world' reports the Times of India.
    In a block item titled 'Cheat and Teach'  in the Indian Express, the paper says that upto 20,000 teachers in Bihar were hired on forged degrees during the Nitish rule.
    In an initiative for changing lives and betterment of society, the Hindu Business line reports of Maruti Suzuki's driving school in Gujarat that helps train over 5000 young men. 'Tribal youth drive away to a better tomorrow' writes the paper.
    And finally, New Delhi to Agra in just 90 minutes? that could be a reality soon. 'Trial run of high speed train to Agra today' reports the Hindu.

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