Monday, December 29, 2014

Bengaluru IED blast: One dead, one injured at Church Street

Bengaluru IED blast: One dead, one injured at Church Street


Most newsdailies have highlighted the suspense on government formation in Jammu and Kashmir on their front pages. "It takes two to tango  but no pairs yet in J&K ", headlines The Pioneer. "PDP willing to wait, Omar off to London, J&K in  for a  long haul ", informs the Hindustan Times, while The Tribune adds"PDP ready to do business with BJP, but with riders".
Business Standard reports that the Centre on Saturday directed Ministries to favour domestically produced goods in government procurement, spurring Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attempts to haul the economy up by pushing India as a Global manufacturing Hub.
In a significant front page story, The Hindu reports "Farm loans waivers hit credit flow: says, Rajan. Debt write off  has not  been effective says the RBI chief".
In its lead story on the front page The Times of India informs "North India's cities the most polluted , south's cleanest. Air quality worsening fog problem", adding that almost all of the most polluted cities in India are located in Uttar pradesh, Punjab, and Rajasthan according to a WHO report.
"Centre working on online monitoring of acid sale to prevent acid attacks" reports Indian Express.
According to a report in the Hindu , per capita calorie intake in India grew marginally for the first time in 30 years , according to new official data. Protien intake has grown for the first time in over a decade.
According to Hindustan Times, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has slammed the charge of a Goa activist that his family members misused a Naval helicopter as "entirely false" and sought an apology from the activist and media outlets which published the accusation.
"Kidney swap binds Hindu and Muslim family together in Amroha , UP", reports the Times of India and adds that Jyoti Chaurasia has decided to give one of her Kidneys to Naushad husband of Kishwari. On her part Kishwari will give hers to Ramesh, who is Jyoti's Brother- in- law.
The Asian Age reports, that a total of 18,112 people dressed as Santa Claus gathered at Thrissur in Kerala, registering a Guiness World record for largest gathering of Santas.

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