Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Indian-origin scientist finds new way to develop better drugs

Indian-origin scientist finds new way to develop better drugs 


    The Supreme Court calling coal block allocations since 1993 illegal is the lead in most papers. 'Judgement covers 1993-2010 period' writes the Business Standard, while the Financial Express says 'Industry on edge as 80,000 crore rupee investments are riding on these blocks', adding that 'cancellations are possible from the 1st of September.
    'Bypoll verdict on 4 states jolt BJP, Congress upbeat' says the Times of India on its front page, adding that 'out of 18 seats Sonia and allies win 10'. 'Bypoll blow for BJP in BIhar', writes the Hindustan Times. 'RJD, JD(U), Congress make big gains in Assembly by polls', says the Business line, showing a beaming Nitish and Lalu. 'Congress, Akali Dal share honours in Punjab' writes the Tribune .
    Many papers have reported about the two incidents of fire in Delhi. The Hindustan Times calls it 'fiery Monday' and says 'blazes at CP and Old Delhi'. The Delhi special of the Asian age says '25 shops gutted in Kinari Bazaar, 2 firemen injured, 50 tenders pressed into action.
    'City's hottest August day in 23 years' writes the Times of India. The Hindustan Times says that the maximum temperature at Palam in Delhi was 40.7 degree celsius.
    The death of Richard Attenborough, director of the film Gandhi, which bagged 8 Oscars, is reported by almost all papers. 'World cinema loses its Mahatma of all times' writes the Pioneer.
    The Hindu has a picture of U K deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and PM Narendra Modi, with the caption "Britain offers help to usher in good times". The Asian Age says 'Clegg talks of achchhe din'.
    And finally, are you still deciding whether you need bifocals or separate reading glasses? Well, the Times of India writes that scientists in London have developed a tiny implant, which may make reading glasses redundant.


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