Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Defiant Charlie Hebdo depicts Prophet Muhammad on cover

Defiant Charlie Hebdo depicts Prophet Muhammad on cover


    The Election Commission announcing the dates for Delhi Assembly elections are highlighted in today's Press. The Times of India's top headline reads " Battle for Delhi to take place on Feb 7, results will be announced on February 10".
    Hindustan Times reports that Nuclear Energy and Climate change will be on US President Barack Obama's priority list when he visits India in two weeks time. US Secretary of State John Kerry laid the background and said that investment, trade and anti-terrorism measures would also be focus areas.
    The Times Of India mentions that the CBI on monday summoned Trinamool Congress No 2, and former railway Minister Mukul Roy in connection with his alleged links in the Saradha Ponzi scam, bringing the need of suspicion perilously close to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
    The Hindu writes that the Centre is keen to bring in 'non-adversarial taxation'. Defining retrospective taxation as the defining moment against investment in India, Finance Minister Arun Jaitely said at the recent Vibrant Gujarat summit that the Centre has no intention of levying retrospective tax.
    And finally, researchers at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have claimed that a Nasal Spray that contains a man-made form of insulin may improve working memory and other capabilities in adults with Alzheimers and other cognitive impairments. 

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