Friday, August 8, 2014

U.S. Begins Strikes in Iraq, Pentagon Says

U.S. Begins Strikes in Iraq, Pentagon Says


The Supreme Court ordering in an interim order the two warring Sikh bodies - the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee and the Haryana Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee to maintain Status Quo on the management of all 52 gurudwaras in Haryana, is covered by Hindustan Times and the Tribune. "Akal Takht to form mediation panel" - headlines the Tribune.
"Changes in Juvenile law won't come easy", reports Mail Today as several former Board Judges have expressed reservation about the proposed amendment to the Juvenile Justice Act.
Indian Express reports, "Modi govt. issues list of 19 do's and don'ts for bureaucrats.
The Hindu informs us that the Center on Thursday said there was "force" in the argument that the Civil Services Examination should be conducted in all languages in the Eighth Scheduled of the Constitution and assured the Lok Sabha that this demand would be considered.
And finally, a very special headline in the Times of India which reads, "Crown found near Harappan site in UP". A skeleton has been accidentally discovered in a brick kiln in Chandayan village of Baghpat district, wearing a Copper Crown with Beads of carnelian, a semi precious gem associated with the Harappan civilization.

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