Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Sachin Tendulkar warns India ahead of South Africa test | Latest News

Sachin Tendulkar warns India ahead of South Africa test | Latest News


The AAP Govt in Delhi banning demolitions in residential colonies and slum clusters, India and Lanka signing an agreement on Civil Nuclear cooperation and the Delhi Dare Devils paying a record 16 crore rupees for Yuvraj Singh  are some lead stories reported by most news papers today.

"Supreme Court sets bar on  suspension of govt. employees" The Hindustan Times writes that in a land mark verdict. The Supreme Court has ruled that a govt employee can't be kept suspended for more than 3 months if not formally informed about the charges.

Reporting on the increasing levels of pollution in the capital the Mail today headlines "Delhi reaches wheezing point-temperature fluctuation  and fine particulate matter 10 times higher than WHO levels sends citizens scurrying to doctors for respiratory ailments.

With all 70 accused in the Sesan Nava massacare 13 years ago, after the Godhra Train Burning in 2002, the Indian Express has reported on the story of, 50 year old Havribibi, who lost her hands in the tragedy and feels that justice has been denied.

" I failed the poll test, admits Bedi on blog" Writes the Hindustan Times referring to the former IPS officer's taking full responsibility to participate in the Delhi elections.

The Indian Express writes that with the new city plan out for the next 2 decades, Mumbai's skyline is set to be redefined with a spurt in high rises and substantially increased floor space area.

And finally, reporting on an unprecedented robbery, the Statesman writes that a criminal cyber gang has stolen as much as 1 billion dollars from upto 100 financial institution in 2 years.

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