Monday, November 3, 2014

Google launches new alliance to promote Indian languages on Internet | Business Line

Google launches new alliance to promote Indian languages on Internet | Business Line


55 killed by suicide bomber in Pakistan near wagah border, new political row over Vadra and Modi's pledge to bring back black money are the front page stories in most news papers today.

"Suicide bomber kills 55 in Pakistan near Wagah border", is the lead headline in Hindustan Times, The paper adds that an 18 year old blows himself close to border crossing, no damage on Indian side.

Referring to Mr Modis radio address Mann ki Baat, The statsman writes 'Modi pledges to bring back black money', while, The Asian Age quotes Mr Modi as saying 'we'll get back every paisa" of the black money.

"Congress defends the indefensible Vadra" states the pioneer adding that BJP raps  Sonias son in law for riding  roughshod  over reporter."Vadras flare up adds to congres woes" writes the Hindu.

The Cartoonscape of the Hindu shows a man relaxing restfully under congress tree with the pillo, carying the caption 'The luxury of leadership while the man is unaware of the ground spliting under him.

18 months, 180 meetings 0 result, cost  Rs. 22 lakhs' in the lead  headline of the Pioneer. The paper writes that ,'Chairman took 5 lakh Rs. and members 3.5 lakh Rs. for each aborting meet to fix fees for IP varsity private colleges.'

"Bardwan blast linked to love jehadi Rakibul' comments the pioneer adding that 'role of shooter Tara shahdeo's 'con' husband in procuring  explosives from Pakur being probed.

'Bangla media tycoon gets death for 1971 war crimes' writes the Indian Express about Mir Quaseem Ali's sentencing.

"Government considers  private role in Railways, scrapping of fare subsidy' writes the Hindustan Times.

"Dengue vaccine tested on Inidan adults, found safe" headlines The Times of India adding that it could be available by end of 2015.

And finally, the Times of India carries a story of a mom Dorris Francis who lost her 17 year old daughter in a road accident on the Delhi Ghaziabad border on NH24 and has turned into a 'trafic cop' to ensure that no one else suffers her daughter Nikkis fate.

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