Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Life in jail for 5 Dhaula Kuan rapists, judge says ‘beasts’ unfit for society

Life in jail for 5 Dhaula Kuan rapists, judge says ‘beasts’ unfit for society


The cabinet clearing an ordinance to reallocate the 214 coal blocks that were canceled by the Supreme Court dominates front page headlines in most papers.
Political manoeuvring to form a government in Maharashtra after the just concluded elections are keenly tracked in the press. "BJP seeks to form Maharashtra govt. sans Sena, NCP" writes the Pioneer. The Asian Age reports "RSS wants BJP to patch up with Sena, reject NCP offer". The Times of India quotes NCP President Sharad Pawar as saying "Congress wanted to back a Sena government".
The Hindustan Times highlights an interesting outcome of the Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections as it writes "National parties may be down to three, lowest since Independence".
In a special front page story, the Indian Express reports that the Prime Minister has told the Cabinet that the government would disclose the names of some names under probe for allegedly stashing black money abroad.
Hindi daily Navbharat Times informs us that the UGC has asked all universities to attach photographs of the students on their mark sheets. This is already being done by the Mumbai University.
The Times of India highlights the governments decision to digitize all of the 15000 subordinate courts in the country by the end of the year. This would help litigants access court proceedings and rulings online.
A tweet "I'm in my orbit, safe and sound" by officials involved in the Mars Orbiter Mission as a comet whizzed past the planet is highlighted in the Hindu.
And finally, Diwali bonus cheer for the employees of a Surat based diamond exporter has come in the form of a choice between cars, jewellery or a  2 bedroom flat reports the Pioneer.

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