Wednesday, December 31, 2014

'Aye Aye captain' - Five great Indian test wins under MS Dhoni

'Aye Aye captain' - Five great Indian test wins under MS Dhoni

NEWSPAPER HEADLINES
The ordinance to ease land acquisition, India's outrage at Lakhvi being let off the hook, the continuing
mystery over the missing Air Asia flight and the probe into the Bengaluru blast are covered prominently in
newspapers today.
"Ordinance Raj Begins, 2 Days ahead of 2015", writes The Economic Times. "Modi government set to give
Indian industry its promised land", says The Hindustan Times. The Pioneer reports "Homes of 60 lakh
Delhiites now legal", "Next is posh colonies' turn".
"RBI to blame for slowdown in manufacturing", The Times of India quotes Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley,
The Economic Times states, "FM again seeks rate-cut oxygen to spur economy".
"India erupts as Lakhvi detention suspended", writes The Asian Age."India summons Pakistan envoy",
report The Hindu and The Hindustan Times.
"SIMI, al - Ummah hand suspected in Bangalore Blast, informs the Times of India. "A pipe bomb, say
experts " says The Hindu, while The Asian Age reports "Bengaluru attack a huge intel failure as alerts
ignored".
App- based cabs eligible for comeback subject to riders " states the Hindu. The Times of India says " Radio
cabs in city must have GPS, panic buttons".
The controversy over Aamir Khan's latest movie is also covered widely by many papers. The Hindustan
Times quips "PK faces music , vandals have free run".

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