Thursday, March 5, 2015

No rift with BJP, but Shiv Sena will oppose Land Bill: Uddhav Thackeray | Latest News

No rift with BJP, but Shiv Sena will oppose Land Bill: Uddhav Thackeray | Latest News


The Prime Minister rejecting J&K Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeeds' recent controversial remarks, is highlighted in today’s Press.  The Hindustan Times writes - ‘Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he disapproved of the J&K Chief Minister’s comments crediting Pakistan, the Hurriyat and militants for peaceful assembly polls .  "Modi sidesteps Mufti row, says credit goes to voters, is the paper’s headline.

“Aggressive Prime Minister sets stage for Land Bill” is a headline in Mail Today. The paper writes ' while replying to a debate on the motion of thanks to the Presidents'  address to both Houses, Mr. Modi reached out to the opposition for supporting the land acquisition ordinance.

Knives out in AAP game of thrones, ‘ugly battle’ escalates, Kejriwal lieutenants hit back at Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav headlines the Indian Express.

The Asian Age writes, the Sarv Khap, an umbrella body of various Khap panchayats in Western U.P, has decided to launch a campaign against female foeticide and will also be giving a cash reward of Rs.21,000 to families having three daughters.

India is set to enter an exclusive club of just five countries world wide, with the Directorate of Civil Aviation working on notifying regulations for commercial use of small drones soon, reports the Times of India, with benefits such as surveillance in crowded places.

Under the heading - “What leakgate agents learnt from spy movies,” The Times of India writes - the modus operandi of the men involved in leaking sensitive documents from Ministries was no less innovative than American spy movies, from furtive restaurant meetings to exchanging papers while brushing past each other at metro stations, to avoid detection.

And Finally, Economic Times informs us that the New Delhi Municipal Corporation, which made news in 2014 for giving away sweets worth 94 lakhs to its employees on Holi, is distributing LED lights this year, and nearly 20,000 LED bulbs have been distributed so far.

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