Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Indian Executive Fights Off Kidnapper Carrying AK-47

Indian Executive Fights Off Kidnapper Carrying AK-47


Newspapers today lead with the polize crackdown on Rampal's ashram, PM's Australia visit and the first suspected Ebola case in India. "Godman's goons fir at cops, 206 hurt in battlefield Hisar", writes the Hindustan Times. "Baba's commandos attack cops, cops attack journalists", reports the Times of India. The Indian Express reveals, women claim ashram uses them as shields, stopped them from leaving.
"With English Vinglish and defense pact, PM wows Oz", highlights the Hindustan Times. "Oz backs India's wish for early Civil Nuclear deal", says the Pioneer. The Hindu writes "PM gifts Ravi of Jhansis' petition to Abbot", originally submitted to the British by Laxmibai's Australian lawyer.
"Amit Shah drops Delhi polls hint, asks BJP to be ready Feb 5th-15th" informs the Hindustan Times.
"PMO got 70 percent more RTI pleas under Modi", reveals the Times of India.
Kendriya Vidyalayas to continue offering German as an additional subject reports the Times of India. The clarification came as schools had started sacking German teachers.
The Indian Express reports, "Faster clearance, tougher penalty is new thrust in environment law".
Hindu Business Line reports "DoT plans two-phase spectrum auctions between February and May".
"9 out of 10 rapists are known to victims, according to police data, highlighting incest rapes", is a story covered by the Express newsline, the Hindustan Times and the Asian Age.
And finally, in a thought provoking report, the Hindustan Times reveals, "Abandoned by kin, educated people make city-shelters their home"!

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