Thursday, November 20, 2014

SC removes CBI director Ranjit Sinha from probing 2G case - rediff

SC removes CBI director Ranjit Sinha from probing 2G case - rediff
"Rampal smoked out of his hideout in late-night swoop", is the Hindustan Times headline, The Times of India Headline says "Baba Black Sheep goes to jail" referring to Sant Rampal's arrest at 9:20 pm last night after a two week long tense stand off.
"Honor killing claims Venky girl, parents held" is a Times of India headline. It reports that the victim Bhavna Yadav was allegedly strangled by her parents and uncle. Most papers have this sad incident on their front pages.
  "Modi's twitter fan base crosses 8 million", is a headline in the Asian Age. The Indian Prime Minister is world's second most popular leader next only to President Barack Obama.
The Hindi paper Hindustan reports of America warning Pakistan over creating any trouble during Kashmir elections cautioning it to keep ISI activities under check.
Govt to amend Lokpal selection process; says the Hindu. This would be to do away with the requirement of quorum in high profile committees to selcet anti-corruption ombudsman and the CBI director.
The Times of India reports of NCP President Sharad Pawar's daughter Supriya Sule expressing displeasure over his unconditional support to the BJP.
The burning of straw stubs by Punjab farmers has been going on despite legislation. Now the government insists on converting it into manure says a Tribune report.
And Finally, Mail Today reports that soon a public park or a school or even a hospital in your locality in north Delhi may be named after your near and dear one but on payment of course. That's a proposal by North Delhi Municipal Commissioner.

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