Monday, March 30, 2015

They're back: Reinvented Australia’s Cup brims over after World Cup triumph

They're back: Reinvented Australia’s Cup brims over after World Cup triumph


The sacking of Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan and two others from the National Executive of the Aam Aadmi Party dominates the front pages of all the papers. "Yadav & Bhushan thrown out of AAP panel after Kejri says its them or me" reports the Times of India. Highlighting the impact of this move, the Indian Express writes " Medha Patkar resigns in protest, divide in Punjab unit as MP says 'unconstitutional' ".

The sacking of Mizoram Governor Aziz Qureshi is prominently noticed. Commenting on the move, the Pioneer writes "State sees end of 6th gubernatorial tenure in 9 months". The Mail Today observes "He had moved Supreme Court agaisnt attempts to seek his ouster".

Congress President Sonia Gandhi's visit to Amethi and Rae Bareilly to meet farmers affected by the unseasonal rain is keenly tracked in the press. "Sonia meets Rae Bareilly, Amethi farmers, says Rahul will be back soon" writes the Hindustan Times.

In an interesting story on the Unique Identity or Aadhar numbers, the Times of India writes "Aadhaar count in 13 states higher than their populations". The paper says that experts attribute this to an increase in population since the last census of 2011 and migration of people between states. And talking of population, the Pioneer observes "Kerala to become zero population growth state".

Shuttler Saina Nehwal's photograph can be seen on the front pages of all the papers and there's a very good reason for it. "Saina creates history, grabs World No.1 slot" reports the Tribune.

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