Sunday, October 26, 2014

Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems

Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems


The upcoming J&K and Jharkhand polls, defence panel clearing projects worth Rs 80k crore and Modi reaching out to the media at a Diwali Milan at the BJP head quarters are front page stories in most papers.
Referring to the upcoming polls, the Hindustan Times writes 'J&K,Jharkhands turn to vote;' confident BJP looking to expand national footprint; Congress without partner in J&K, Jharkhand alliance shaky too' while the Hindu writes'  5 phase polls in J&K, Jharkhand too to vote from November 25'.
"BY pollls to three Delhi Assembly seats on Nov 25" headlines the Hindu, adding that the seats of Tughlakabad, Mehrauli and Krishnagar will go to the polls.
'BJP plays hard ball with sena' writes the Hindustan Times. The paper says that unrelenting BJP likely to go ahead with minority government instead of giving sena big share in cabinet berths.
'Ministry of Defence (MoD) clears defence needs worth Rs 80k crore' is the Asian Age  headline. The paper writes that 'acquisitions to include six submarines, Israelies anti tank guided missiles, 12 Dornier aircraft and 362 infantary combat vehicles;. The Statesman reports that 'Rs, 80000 crore defence projects cleared;.
'Modi's Swach start with the media' reports the Times of India while the Hindu headlines 'Modi lauds media role in Swach Bharat campaign, says journalists have turned their "pens into brooms".
In a special story the Hindustan Times reports that the Narendra Modi government has asked ministries to fix deadlines and detailed timelines of all projects and proposal, right down to the tentative dates for receiving cabinet approvals for each scheme.
On Googles new appointment, 'Swift march to the top'? asks the Business Standard, adding that 'Pichai to head Google products, services, the India born executive will oversee products like google+ and search'.

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