Saturday, November 8, 2014

Blind kids of Delhi's institute raped last Children’s Day, no FIR

Blind kids of Delhi's institute raped last Children’s Day, no FIR


The upcoming likely induction of new faces in the Cabinet on Sunday, and a navy vessel sinking off vizag coast receive front page coverage in the papers today.
Referring to the likely cabinet rejig the Hindustan Times headlines "20 May be moved in Modi's mega shake up on Sunday" adding that 'PM will induct new faces, promote junior ministers, reshuffle portfolios and Sena may get more berths. While the Tribune writes 'Modi set to expand council of Ministers on Sunday' adding that"Parrikar is tipped to get defence, berths likely for Anurag, Nadda and Nagvi".
On the sinking of the Navy vessel, the Hindu writes 'Navy's auxiliary ship sinks off Vizag; sailor killed ; The paper adds that the torpedo recovery vessel was returning to harbour after a routine mission.
The Hindustan Times reports that during the forthcoming G-20 summit in Australia, India will push for a global pact to stop tax fraud.
"Janata unity to take on BJP" headlines the Asian Age. The paper writes that after over a decade six regional parties came together on Thursday for a common agenda and 'wish' to merge into one political entity to counter the BJP.
The Pioneer in a front page story quotes the British Prime Minister David Cameron as saying that the 'wants an Asian as United Kingdom's Prime Minster one day.'
 "BJP wants to play king maker in Kashmir" states the Hindu. The paper quotes a senior RSS leader as saying that 'we want a situation in which no government can be formed in the State without the BJP.'
The Times of India reports that alarmed by the rise in cheque related fraud cases, the Reserve Bank of India has asked banks to send SMS alerts to both the payer and the drawer when a cheque is received in clearing. Till now, SMS alerts  were mandatory only for card transactions.
"Vadra ready to cut and run", headlines the Mail Today adding that 'BJP return in Haryana and Rajasthan prompts Vadra to close firms making mega-profits with change in land use norms."
And finally, imagine being eaten alive by an anaconda. Well, The Times of India reports that a wildlife film maker Paul Rosolie will be eaten alive by an anaconda for a TV show called "Eaten Alive".

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