Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Net neutrality debate rages

Net neutrality debate rages - The Hindu


Sharp decline in retail inflation, widespread concern over Net neutrality, Setting up of the National Judicial Appointments Commission by the government, the Naxals striking on armed forces again and NGT's two week hold on the diesel vehicle ban in the Capital,  are some of the stories that dominate the front pages of the Dailies today.

"Retail Inflation dips to 5.17 percent in March", headlines The Hindu Business Line reporting that despite unseasonal rains food inflation is sharply down. "March CPI at 3-Month Low", headlines The Financial Express.

"Centre likely to extend support to net neutrality" opines The Times of India while The Business Standard writes, "Govt Panel looking into net neutrality".

The Hindustan Times on its front page features a tribute to Nobel Laureate Gunter Grass Headlining "Loss of a Nobel Author". "Gunter Grass passes away" writes The Statesman.

The Pioneer in its Headline writes "Finally, it dawns on NGT; ban deferred" while The Hindu reports "Diesel vehicles get a two-week breather".

The Asian Age reports "6 killed as Naxals hit Bastar again", "Central, State forces launch all-out war against Naxals" while The Hindustan Times Headlines "Maoists kill 6 on third day of bloody rampage".

And Finally, another wonder in genetical engineering, "Spider silk may help grow human hearts in future".

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