Thursday, March 26, 2015

World Cup 2015: Kohli says Indian team has surprised many, but themselves | Latest News

World Cup 2015: Kohli says Indian team has surprised many, but themselves | Latest News


The apex court hitting the delete button on 66 A, the German Jet crash, The movies 'Queen' and 'Haider' sharing top film honours and the New Zealand entering the Cricket World Cup finals for the first time are prominently noticed in newspapers today.

"India wakes to freedom of speech in Cyberspace" leads the Hindustan Times adding , twitter CEO cheers move to strike down the controversial Section 66 A of the Information Technology Act. The Pioneer, however, points out "Government retains right to block websites" under Section 69 A.

The Asian Age reports " Amid tweet row, V K Singh says he's not quitting". The Indian Express writes "After tweets, a status update : loyal to PM".

The Times of India in an exclusive, informs, the Emir of Qatar, on the eve of his Summit with Narendra Modi, has said , Qatar has big investment plans for India.

The Hindustan Times reports "150 feared dead as German Jet crashes in French Alps", a story widely noticed by other  papers as well.

The Asian Age observes " Visa -on -Arrival likely for Chinese before PM visit" in May.

The Hindustan Times reports" Centre's new , improved real estate bill all ready " to shield property buyers and boost investor confidence.

The Hindu reveals, the Lok Sabha secretariat has asked MPs who continue to live ITDC hotels in the Capital to move to accommodations allocated to them, or foot their own bills.

'Haider', 'Queen' Kangana hold 'Court' at National Awards , quips the Pioneer.

And finally, on the World Cup semi finals, the Indian Express says, " In thriller , New Zealand shed history , South Africa some tears". "New Zeal and Steel" is how the Hindustan Times puts it.

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