Thursday, October 30, 2014

Shiv Sena speaks of humilation by BJP, says won't attend Fadnavis' swearing-in

Shiv Sena speaks of humilation by BJP, says won't attend Fadnavis' swearing-in


    Black money stashed away in foreign banks by Indians and efforts to form a government in Delhi are the stories that figure on the front pages of most prominent dailies this morning.
    "SC and government in full blown war on tax treaties", "Tells Centre to go whole hog after black money as envelope with 627 names is handed over" reads a Mail Today headline. Under the caption, "SC gets black money list, names to remain secret" Hindustan Times writes that the government submitted a list of 627 Indians holding accounts in HSBC Bank, Geneva, to the Supreme Court, which directed its special investigating team (SIT) to examine them and take appropriate action.
    "Jung to consult parties on government formation" is a caption in The Hindu while The Asian Age headlines it as "Najeeb to talk with all, BJP yet to take a call".
    The Times of India reports that India has slipped two places to stand 142nd out of 189 countries ranked by the World Bank for `ease of doing business', underscoring the tough task that lies ahead of the Narendra Modi government which has said it wants to make India a business-friendly country .
    After opposing the Congress tooth and nail in two consecutive Lok Sabha elections, Prakash Karat-led CPI(M) opened up its options for ‘cooperation’ with Sonia Gandhi’s party, reports Hindustan Times, adding that the latest development comes in the wake of the BJP’s stupendous run.
    In a move that will not only save precious lives but also encourage people to help accident victims, the Supreme Court has asked the government to issue an order within three months to insulate from legal and procedural hassles those who come to the aid of road-accident victims, writes Hindustan Times.
    The Asian Age reports that with PM Modi utilising the medium of radio broadcasting to connect with people, the government is planning to unveil a dedicated radio channel for news.
    And finally, under the caption, "Gujarat whiz-kid invents rape-prevention device", The Times of India writes that Nadiad-based Nandan Shah, a third-year computer engineering student, and his friend have invented a rape prevention device, a wrist band with sensors which get activated with change in pulse rate of the wearer and can stop the attacker by using chemicals.

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