Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Sunanda Pushkar death: Delhi cops call it murder, Shashi Tharoor to be quizzed

Sunanda Pushkar death: Delhi cops call it murder, Shashi Tharoor to be quizzed


News related to the Pakistani boat that blew itself up, Badminton star Saina Nehwal's name being recommended for the Padma Bhusan and eminent economist Arvind Panagariya being appointed as vice chairman of Niti Aayog are some of the stories reported on the front page of dailies today.
The Indian Express quoting Defence Minister Parrikar on the Pakistan Boat explosion writes "Boatmen possibly terrorists rather than smugglers".
The Hindu reports that with 4 bungalows and 3 plots at prominent addresses in the capital, the congress has been the biggest beneficiary of the governments real estate largesse to political parties.
Writing on government formation in Jammu and Kashmir the Pioneer says "PDP, BJP close to ink power formula - talks going on, BJP may get Deputy CM post".
The Hindustan Times reports that a Delhi court has said that the wife has no right to a property that belongs exclusively to her parents inlaws.
The Mail Today writes that top colleges in Delhi University are running headless, with over 20 of the 77 colleges having nobody at the helm. The paper adds that apart from vacant principal posts, there are over 4500 permanent teacher posts that need to be filled.
Raising the question if depression could be a physical ailment, the Times of India writes that according to scientists, Depression may not be a mental or emotional condition but actually a result of inflammation caused by the body's immune system.
And finally, in good news for job seekers the Hindustan Times writes that it may rain jobs this year in India as the government "Acche din" policies and the end of a trough in a long industrial downturn whip up an appetite to hire across several sectors in corporate India.

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