Monday, September 15, 2014

Shiv Sena, BJP trade barbs as alliance frays

Shiv Sena, BJP trade barbs as alliance frays 


The beheading of British aid worker David Haines by the ISIS is covered prominently by th papers today. 'ISIS beheads third foreign hostage within a month', headlines the Times of India. The Hindustan Times reports, 'ISIS  beheads British aid worker, parades another.', while the Asian Age states, 'ISIS beheads UK hostage, Arab will join air strikes.
The Delhi Development Authority may have more than 2,000 missing or ghost employees on its rolls, a recent scrutiny after the installation of biometric system at its offices has revealed, reports the Hindustan Times.
The Pioneer reports that 19 IAS officers are missing in action adding that elite babus abscond, Centre states clueless about missing cadre. The Centre nor the States have any clue about the whereabouts of the missing IAS and IPS officers who have been missing for ages.
On the Jammu and Kashmir floods the Pioneer writes, 'Rain, epidemic fears compound misery in J&K'. The Asian Age reports that the floods cost Kashmir Rs. 5,700 crore. While the Tribune states, 'Rain hampers rescue operations as health concerns mount adding that Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan promises all help to Jammu and Kashmir government.
The Times of India reports of the heroic tale of journalist Raijjat Abdullah, who led 300 people to safety in flooded Srinagar. He jumped into the swirling flooded water, swam across and got a boat with which he and a few volunteers rescued hundreds of people.
And finally, you can now slow down the ageing process. The Times of India reports that researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles have identified a gene that can slow the ageing process throughout the entire body when activated remotely in key organ systems.

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