Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Jaitley hints at UPA minister in black money list

Jaitley hints at UPA minister in black money list  


Many newspapers today have carried stories with photographs on the new Chief Minister designate Manohar Lal Khattar of Haryana.  "Back Room Boy Comes Upfront" remarks the Pioneer while the Tribune informs "Modi Confidant Khattar is Haryana CM".
Meanwhile the Indian Express in its front-page story on developments in Maharashtra reports "Gadkari Flexes 29 MLA Muscle - Want him as Maharashtra CM, say MLAs as they fly to meet him in Nagpur Home".  The Times of India quotes Mr. Arun Jaitley as saying "We are in a Swayamvar situation and have to decide at an appropriate stage."
In a significant front-page story the Hindustan Times reveals "Government to tell Supreme Court names of Swiss Bank Account holders - to file affidavit next week, may submit list of 136 names in sealed cover".
The Times of India informs "Doing business to get easy, Registration to take just a day.  Government moves to bring in Raft of Reforms."  The Hindu adds "Jaitley puts in place spending reforms - aimed at the efficient management of government expenditure through speedy project approvals, decentralisation of more financial powers to Ministries and reduced transaction costs."
In a related story the Economic Times reports "Plans linked to cancelled coal blocks may be sold off - President signs Ordinance on Path-breaking Reforms in Coal Sector even as Modi Government prepares to ease the process of land acquisition."
"PM to light up flood-hit J&K's Diwali" reports the Pioneer.  The Hindustan Times informs "Modi to spend Diwali in flood-hit Srinagar."
The Times of India reports "Dhan Teras ushers in record sales, spells 'Achha Din' for retailers" while the Economic Times adds "Gold Jewellery sales up 20 per cent on Dhan Teras."
The Times of India reports that from Monday, 27th October onwards you can drive down from Delhi to Mumbai and Mumbai to Delhi without stopping at any Toll Plaza.  All you need is a radio frequency identification tag on your vehicle.

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