Tuesday, August 12, 2014

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25 Life Lessons We Learned From Robin Williams Characters


The government seeking to scrap the Collegium system for appointment of judges to the Supreme Court and moving a Constitution Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha to set up a 'six member body' for this purpose, is predominantly noticed by the press, with Chief Justice of India RM Lodha defending the existing Collegium system. Quoting him, the Indian Express writes - "Don't defame judiciary - you do great damage to vital organ of democracy".
Mail Today reports that the Modi government has published a booklet titled -"Turning a new leaf -  initiatives and achievements of the government", which was distributed to party MP's during the National Council meet, to showcase the initiatives of the government and to assure people that the government is on the right track.
After 20 years of bitter political rivalry, former Bihar Chief Ministers - Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar, hugged each other at a rally yesterday and launched a joint campaign for the upcoming Assembly polls, scheduled for Aug 21, reports Hindustan Times. "Modi Factor unites bitter rivals - Lalu and Nitish", is the paper's headline.
Business Standard reports that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first Independence Day speech from the Red Fort, which is likely to focus on policy announcements, could draw more than 50,000 people according to officials, as there is a huge interest in the event this year. Asian Age writes that Mr. Modi plans to deliver his speech extempore.
The crucial Question Hour that kick starts parliament proceedings each day and often falls victim to disruptions may no longer be lost amid chaos, at least in Rajya Sabha, as it has been moved to 12 noon, reports the Times of India. The new timings will be operational from the winter session.
And finally , Times of India informs us that a new technology, designed by researchers at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, may allow the dashboard screen inside your car to display traffic signs and automatically alert you of what actions to take.

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