Wednesday, February 4, 2015

IS video claims captured pilot burned alive, angry Jordan vows revenge

IS video claims captured pilot burned alive, angry Jordan vows revenge


    Reports on political parties campaigning for the upcoming Delhi Polls, External affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj meeting Chinese President Xi Jinping, and the Vandalizing of another Delhi Church in the early hours of Monday are some front page stories in papers today.
    "Hawala at Midnight taint for AAP"- "Former volunteers accuse party of getting funds through bogus companies which were alleged fronts for money laundering " writes the Mail Today, " while the Tribune says "BJP, AAP trade barbs over funds, caste."
    "South Delhi Church desecrated, but cops say just a robbery", writes the Hindustan Times.
    Under the headline "Supreme Court : Is aadhar a must for dole? " the Asian Age reports that the Supreme Court has sought a response from the Centre to indicate whether the Indian Government had made the aadhar card mandatory for citizens to avail the benefit of Social Service Schemes.
    The Hindustan Times writes that the Centre wants the Press Information Bureau, its main publicity machine to function like a PR firm-to move from crisis management to marketing the governments reputation.
    And Finally, in good news for the common man's pocket, The Times of India writes that from July 1st, the Centre is set to launch its own brand ' - Jan aushadi"- to sell low cost generic medicine from chemists.

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