Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Land Bill through Lok Sabha, new cities get big jolt

Land Bill through Lok Sabha, new cities get big jolt


Anguish over release of Hurriyat leader Masarat Alam and governments willingness to accept changes in Land Bill are covered widely by almost all papers.
Masarat release unacceptable is the Hindustan Times headline pointing to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi address in Lok Sabha where he said that the Centre was not consulted on the matter. The paper also says PDP considering to release more prisoners.
Ready for changes to Land Bill says Government is the lead in Business Standard.
"Markets fall fed by US rate hike fears" says The Financial Express. Sensex drops 604 points, rupee loses 37 paise, reports the Times of India.
A German professor denied internship to an Indian male student citing India's rape problem. But it has been countered by the German envoy Michael Stetner saying "India is not a country of rapists, reports the Hindu.
Delhi, Kerala and Tamil Nadu are India's best ranked states in terms of girls education says a survey has been covered by many papers.
And finally, most newspapers have reported that CISF at the Delhi's metro has so far prevented about 180 metro suicides by spotting mentally disturbed people at metro stations, apart from doing the usual security work.

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