Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Tenth of British men 'pay for sex'

Tenth of British men 'pay for sex'


The Mudgal probe report indicting Meiyappan and Kundra, the Nehru meet, Modi at the Allphones Arena Sydney, the latest on Sant Rampal and Z category security for  Ramdev are some of the stories dominating  headlines this morning.
Referring to the Mudgal probe report, The Pioneer writes "Srini winked at IPL illegalities'.  The report states that the Ex-BCCI chief did'nt fix match but neither took action against guilty player" adds the paper. The Asian Age headline of the story reads 'Srini culpable in IPL scandal'.
On the conference to mark the 125th birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru, The Hindustan Times says "Nehru brings anti-BJP parties together, Congress plays host".  And the Tribune's headline reach 'Nehru meet: Sonia slams saffron forces'.
'After New York, Modi gig plays to full house in Sydney reads a headline in Hindustan Times, while the Times of India writes, 'In Sydney, Modi wows diaspora, Aussie politicos.'
'Haryana seeks unmanned Aerial vehicles to find murder accused Sant' reports the Pioneer. The Paper writes that the High Court issued fresh non-bailable warrant against Rampal as his supporters whisk him away from ashram.
'Z category for Ramdev, security for UPA Ministers withdrawn' writes the Statesman adding that Ramdevs 'vulnerability to attacks from his opponents' prompted this decision from the Central Government.
'Centre to lower age limit for civil service aspirants " headlines the Hindu, adding that the ' limit will be 29 for SC/ST, 28 for OBC, and 26 for open candidates.'
India is brimming with youth and accounts for a fifth of the worlds youth with 356 million 10-24 years old, this is another story in the Hindu.
'Delhi zoo faces closure threat' as it is evading property tax worth nearly Rs 15 crore reports the Mail Today.
And HRD Minister Smriti Irani is urged by students to bring back the class 10 Board exam reports the Asian Age.

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