Thursday, January 15, 2015

5 things you can still buy for Re 1 | The Financial Express

5 things you can still buy for Re 1 | The Financial Express

NEWSPAPER headlines

    Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar warning to Pakistan, DRDO chief sacked, the CWC meeting John Kerry urging Pakistan to act against LET & fines for polluting Yamuna are, some of the stories dominating headlines today.
    "Parrikar warns Pakistan to 'Proactive steps' reports the Tribune and The Asian Age. The Tribune adds that 'Defence Minister says tough stance against proxy war will show results in six months.
    "DRDO chief booted out with 16 months left to go" headlines The Hindustan Times while The Asian Age writes " Shockwaves in DRDO as chief sacked in mid term."
    On the Congress working committee meeting , The Pioneer writes, "Government attitude dictatorial, accuses Sonia". "Sonia targets ordinance Raj" writes The Hindu.
     "Kerry tells Pakistan it must act against India enemy LeT" leads the Hindustan Times. While The Pioneer quotes Kerry as saying 'wipe out all terror from Pakistan".
    "5,000 rupees fine for throwing puja items into Yamuna", headlines the Times of India adding that fine is 50,000 rupees for dumping building debris" while The Hindu writes "Soon, fines up to 50,000 rupees for polluting Yamuna".
    The surviving staff of Charlie Hebdo plans an unprecedented run of 3 million copies of its next issue, on Wednesday with Prophet Mohammad on the cover even as France Hunts for member of the terrorist cell involved in last weeks attack on the  satirical weekly that claims 12 lives reports The Times of India.
    "Oil tumbles to 45 dollars, bringing cheer to consumers for now" is the lead in the Times of India, adding " it could dip further, sluggish global economy a worry".
    More than a silver of hope has appeared for Sahara-Shree Subrata Roy who's in jail for almost 10 months for non refund of 25,000 crore rupees with interest to depositors. On Tuesday Roy was allowed to use the Tihar Jail guest House to open communication with investors once again reports Mail Today.
    And finally, A story in Hindi newspaper Amar Ujala says that in Mahendergarh district of Harayana in the last one year no girl child has been born in six villages.

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