Friday, October 17, 2014

Sania Mirza joins Swatch Bharat campaign, cleans Hyderabad road

Sania Mirza joins Swatch Bharat campaign, cleans Hyderabad road



    Exit polls pointing to BJP victory in the Maharashtra & Haryana assembly elections is the major story in newspapers today.
    "For the first time, BJP largest party in Maharashtra, Haryana", the Indian Express quotes exit polls in its headline.
    "China warns India over border road" reports the Hindustan Times. The Asian Age writes "China objects to new North-East roads" on a planned road network along Macmahon line", adding, "Delhi talks today".
    "Cops destroyed evidence to cover neta-terror link" quotes the Pioneer from an Intelligence Bureau report on the Burdwan bomb blast case.
    "Andhra Pradesh buses cash in on Hudhud misery, raise fares by 400 per cent" is a story in the Pioneer. "Vizag in darkness, steel plant out for 6 months" reports the Times of India.
    The Hindu on its front page reports quoting BJP sources that Shiv Sena representative Anant Geete''s continuance in the Union Council of Ministers has become "unsustainable" after the diatribes against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Saaman, the Sena mouthpiece.
    "CBI chief liable for contempt" the Times of India quotes the special public prosecutor, in the 2G spectrum scam case, saying Ranjit Sinha's alleged meetings with the accused at his residence could amount to interference with administration of justice.
    The good weather in the capital seems to have come with its own set of woes, bringing dengue back to the city, comments the Hindu.
    And finally, Superstar Amitabh Bachchan might be seen sweeping roads in Delhi, as he reiterates support to the Swachh Bharat Mission in the city, reports the Asian Age in its Delhi Special.

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