Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Google, Amazon to go ahead with expansion plans in Hyderabad

Google, Amazon to go ahead with expansion plans in Hyderabad


The flood situation in Jammu & Kashmir, the upcoming visits, of the Chinese president to India, and PM Modi's to visit to the US, and Delhi govt. formation are some of the stories that capture the headlines this morning.
"A Race Against Time in Kashmir" with mixed forecasts of rain in the next three days, reports the Mail Today. The Times of India comments, "In Kashmir, 'occupation force' hailed as saviour" as Army comes to rescue in flood-hit state.
"BJP gets a month to cobble numbers to form Delhi govt", SC refuses to take note of AAP sting op" is the lead in the Times of India."Divided House? " asks the Hindustan Times with the headline "Vishwas sings Modi praise as AAP vows to stop BJP".
The Hindu writes "China-India ties poised for an 'orbital jump' says Doval ", on President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India as head of state. The Economic Times states, after canceling visit to Islamabad, the Chinese president will arrive in Ahmedabad on Sep 17th, a day earlier than scheduled, on Modi's birthday.
And finally, the Hindu Business Line, Business Standard and the Asian Age report Kolkata born British Author Neel Mukherjee's latest novel, The Lives of Other, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Booker Prize.

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