Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Rally against Land Bill to be Rahul’s comeback show

Rally against land Bill to be Rahul’s comeback show - The Hindu


Photographs of jubilant Australian players holding the World Cup Trophy aloft - are to be seen on the front pages of news papers today. "Aussies lift World Cup for a record 5th time" is the top headline in the Asian Age, and the Hindu writes, "Wizards of OZ rule again".

A major story in the papers is of the Aam Admi Party removing Admiral Ramdas as its internal Lokpal. The Indian Express writes that the former Navy Chief has issued a statement expressing disappointment that he was not 'accorded the courtesy' of being informed before the decision was made public.

On its front page, The Times of India writes that the CBSE has promised to 'protect the interest of students while marking the unusually difficult class XII Mathematics paper this year. Besides post evaluation moderation, all students will be given four full marks for a question on vectors in which there was a printing error.

Mail Today writes that the Narendra Modi Government might witness expansion before the start of the second half of the Budget Session, scheduled on April the 20th. The expanded cabinet  could see many new faces, especially of allies including the PDP and the Shiv Sena, after removal of a few non-performing ministers. The paper adds that PDP MP Mehbooba Mufti may get accommodated into the Modi Cabinet.

The Tribune writes that uproarious scenes were witnessed in the J&K Assembly after BJP Legislators demanding the immediate arrest of Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo, former Minister of State for Home in the Omar Abdullah Government. He was indicted by the Justice Gandhi Commission Report that looked into communal riots and violence in Kishtwar town, after Eid prayers on August 9, 2013.

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