Monday, April 20, 2015

Narendra Modi says govt will not dilute land bill amendments - Livemint

Narendra Modi says govt will not dilute land bill amendments - Livemint


The unrest in Kashmir following the killing of a teenager during clashes with protesters makes for front page news in almost all newspapers. "Kashmir unrest at boiling point' headlines the Pioneer.

"Saffron bullies cautioned" says Jaitley" headlines the Hindu quoting Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Washington adding that the alleged church attacks brought a bad name to India and was based mostly on erroneous reporting.

In a front page lead story The Sunday Express reports, "GoMs back, in "informal" avatar" and adds that atleast 16 informal groups of ministers have been formed since March to clear proposals of ministries before being sent to cabinet.

The Pioneer reports that soon audio-visual warnings at unmanned railway crossing may be a reality going by the plans by the Railways. The device uses geo-spatial  technology and ISRO will also be a part of the consulting team.

The Times of India reports that the latest data by the MeT department revels all India rain from 15 march to 15 April was double of normal - sadly 601 farmers have killed themselves in Maharastra between January to March this year.

Soon Sadhu's in India will be issued official ID cards by an umbrella association of 13 akhara or monastic orders-this is being done to take care of some greedy imposters posing as Sadhu's and thus mallinging the reputation of genuine ones. That's a reports in the Hindustan Times.

The Times of India reports that unemployed youth will be hired to keep a 500 metre area in 118 towns of the Ganga river bank as ulitter free zone as part of the National mission for clean Ganga.

The Financial Express reports that the coffee is seeing a very slow growth rate resulting in many coffee chains in India shutting down, also due to high real estate costs. Well, perhaps its time to go back to the good old "Chai".

 And Finally  The blockbaster film Sholey was released in Pakistan after a good 40 years reports the Asian Age and these are huge cut-outs of Gabbar Singh, Jai and Veeru where the audience can also get photographed with them.

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