Saturday, August 9, 2014

The War Photo No One Would Publish

The War Photo No One Would Publish


 The newspapers report that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told visiting US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel that India would like to work with US defence majors on a joint development and co-production model as part of Delhi's efforts to achieve self-reliance and reduce arms import.
"UP Conflict engineered, says Rahul" - Under this headline, The Indian Express says Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has said the ongoing communal conflicts in Uttar Pradesh have been engineered and that the communal incidents were part of a deliberate strategy to divide the poor.
 Many dailies report that Priyanka Gandhi-Vadra has said reports about her assuming various posts in Congress were “conjecture” and “baseless rumours”, according to PTI.
Under the caption, "Rajya Sabha MPs question absence of Sachin, Rekha", Hindustan Times reports that Cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar faced his first bouncer from Rajya Sabha members on Friday for his poor attendance in Parliament since he was nominated to the House in April 2012.The paper goes on to add that the angry lawmakers kicked up a storm over the long absences of celebrity MPs Tendulkar and actor Rekha from the House.
Hindustan Times writes that to ensure that the flats it allots are taken care of well, the DDA is going to create a corpus fund for their lifetime maintenance adding the fund will be provided for all the 25,600 flats it is going to offer as part of the 2014 Housing Scheme.
"Recovering cheque-bounce money to get more tedious", under that headline, The Times of India reports that In a landmark judgment, the apex court has ruled that the case has to be initiated at the place where the branch of the bank on which the cheque was drawn is located.
Former Union minister Jaswant Singh slipped into coma on Friday after sustaining severe head injuries and remained on life support system in a highly critical state, reports The Times of India.
The long wait for India and Pakistan to play a bilateral Test series is set to end in December 2015. The two countries will take on each other in the United Arab Emirates in a full series comprising two Tests, five One-Day Internationals and two T20 games, reports The Times of India.
And finally, the Times of India writes that inspired by the architecture of the brain, scientists have developed a new kind of computer chip that uses no more power than a hearing aid and may eventually excel at calculations that stump today's supercomputers.

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