Saturday, November 15, 2014

Telangana govt to spend Rs 30,000 cr on roads, skyways in Hyd | Business Standard News

T'gana govt to spend Rs 30,000 cr on roads, skyways in Hyd | Business Standard News


The Supreme Court naming Srinivasan, Meijappan and Kundra in the IPL scam is the lead in most papers today, " Presents proof of betting by Guru, Kundra' says the Times of India. "BCCI AGM put off till January' writes the Asian age, while the Indian Express reports that names of three cricketers were disclosed inadvertently.  Mail Today reveals these names - current Indian  Cricketer Stuart Binny, West Indies T20 specialist Samuel Badree and England batsman Owais Shah.

The Hindustan Times, The Poineer and the Tribune show PM Narendra Modi interacting with students in Brisbane in Australia. "In Oz, Modi takes selfies with students, meets world leaders says the Hindustan Times

'Queensland apologises profusely for Indian map sans PoK' ,reports the Pioneer of the distorted map of India which was displayed during the PM's visit.

Saradha accusued Kunal Gosh attempting suicide in jail is covered by many papers."Survives suicide bid, but how did he get the pills?  asks the Indian Express.

'Bonhomie at Nehru anniversary' ,writes the Hindu as it shows Rajnath Singh and Arun Jaitley greeting congress leaders."Sonia, Rahul adopt villages under Modi scheme ", writes the Indian Express.

Inflation dropping to a 5 years low of 1.77% finds place in many dailies.

The Hindu reports that there's a plan to cut the IAS training period from 2 to 1.5 years. '4 leopards found dead at the Manesar golf course' reports the Times of India.

And finally, there could be hope for paralytics to communicate. A Hindu exclusive, reports of Indian origin professor Rajesh Rao who showed that the brain can signal another to act via internet.

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