Tuesday, December 23, 2014

'Develop Warangal textile park to provide job opportunities' | Business Standard News

'Develop Warangal textile park to provide job opportunities' | Business Standard News


The Times of India startles by stating, on its front page that 22% of households in cities and 31% in villages are  in debt, accordingly a survey by National Sample Survey Organisation.

Amid the noise of "Ghar wapsi" Sushma strikes a liberal note is the Indian Express headline quoting her that the four aspects of democracy, diversity, non-violence, and  tolerance should be focused upon to resolve conflicts.

Now children of Tibetan refugees born between 1950 and 1987 would be eligible for enrollment in the voter's list, according to an order by the Election Commission of India writes the Hindustan times.

The Economic Times headlines Delhi voters prefer BJP, but want Kejriwal in saddle, according to a TNS survey.

Only 17% of peole in India have health insurance cover that is only 21.62 crores according to a Hindu front page report.

The Times of India reports bringing an end to the practice of rehabilitating 'out-of-job' politicians in the National Disaster Management Authourity (NDMA), the government  approves the appointment of experts.

Government plans to impose One Crore rupee penalty on entities violating electricity act. It is a huge jump from the existing one lakh rupee penalty, reports the Hindu Business Line.

And finally, for travllers here is some good news - Come 25th December and the toy train from Siliguri to Darjeeling will be resumed. It was stopped in June 2010 after a landslide - says the Asian Age.

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