Sunday, January 18, 2015

BJP Inducted Kiran Bedi to Save Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Face: Aam Aadmi Party

BJP Inducted Kiran Bedi to Save Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Face: Aam Aadmi Party


    Dera Sacha Sauda Chief's film creating controversy, Kiran Bedi and Shazia Ilmi joining BJP ahead of the Delhi assembly polls and the petrol and diesel excise duty hike and price cut are the stories which are widely covered by many Newspapers today.

    "Censor Board chief quits over MSG nod" headlines The Asian age about the controversy on the film Messenger of God. The Tribune Headlines, "MSG row: Censor board in doldrums" reporting that 'After Leela, another member quits over film on Dera Sacha Sauda chief'. 'Govt. Says no interference'.

    Reporting the price cut in petrol and diesel The Hindu writes, "Even as fuel retailers announced a cut in the price of petrol and diesel, the centre notified a Rs.2 per litre hike in the excise duty on both, reducing the benefit for consumers. The Times of India reports, "the government tapped off Rs. 2 by raising excise duty".

    The Hindustan Times headlines "Bedi's induction sparks grumbles in Delhi BJP" reporting 'The BJP is considering a bigger role for Kiran Bedi in Delhi polls, including projecting her as the party's Chief Ministerial candidate'. The Indian Express opines "Day After, Kiran Bedi packages herself as potential Delhi CM".

    Efforts for Obama's security preparations find place on the front page of The Statesman saying "Cops gear up for Obama visit, polls". The Indian express quoting the Delhi High Court writes, "You're quick to put CCTV cameras for Obama, why not for Indians".

    And finally, In a news that can raise the environmentalists' concern The Times of India reports that 2014 was the hotest year ever recorded witnessing the warmest December since 1880.

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