Saturday, November 22, 2014

I would like to be number one before I retire: Sania Mirza

I would like to be number one before I retire: Sania Mirza


Obama accepting Modi's invite and Srinjoy Bose's arrest in Saradha Chit Fund case are the lead in the most papers today.
"Obama to be Republic Day guest, Modi says 'friend' coming" is the Hindustan Times headline. The Time of India calls it Modi's diplomatic coup. The Indian Express terms it 'Modiplomacy!''
"Obama opens US borders to more talent from India", writes the Business Standard, saying the US President's immigration reform push seeks to significantly liberalise the visa regime for students, professionals and budding entrepreneurs.
"Didi's key wicket falls to Saradha" quips the Pioneer of Trinamool Congress MP Srinjoy Bose's arrest.
The Hindustan Times highlights Finance Minister Arun Jaitley saying "'Gap in law' keeps government from acting on CBI Chief".
The Asian Age writes, "Government mulls options, may name acting Chief". The Mail Today reports ''CBI No. 2 Additional Director, R. K. Dutta may take over 2G probe.
"Venkaiah to officers : Sweep, clean drains for 8 hours a month" reports the Indian Express, of a new initiative of the Minister of Urban Development, in the cleanliness drive.
"Merit-based civil service will boost growth", the Hindu quotes a Goldman Sachs report, saying, it will take India a decade to reach the Asian average on govenment effectiveness.
The Economic Times reports, Nobel Prize winner, Kailash Satyarthi has helped turn the focus on Child Labour and poverty in cacao plantations, "Ending some bitterness in your chocolate."
And finally, "Mangalyaan on Time's top invention list" reports the Asian Age. The Pioneer quotes Time Magazine, as saying "Nobody gets Mars right on the first try, But on September 24, India did''.

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