Thursday, May 28, 2015

Osmania varsity students bristle as KCR eyes campus land | Business Line

Osmania varsity students bristle as KCR eyes campus land | Business Line


Newspapers today cover the Modi government's first anniversary, the continuing Delhi Government- LG row, the blistering heat wave and disclosure of more Swiss account holders from India.

"Direct messages from Modi as NDA casts a wide Web on first anniversary" is the Hindustan Times headline. The paper adds, "Congress responds with booklet, 12-minute video". The Hindu writes, "Amid publicity blitz, BJP thinks loud on core issues."

The Times of India informs " Special session sets stage for Round 2 of CM-LG slugfest; Resolution to seek President's Intervention". The Asian Age reports, "BJP MLA's join AAP full-statehood call".

The Pioneer says "India Meteorological Department issues 'red box' warning as India boils" referring to high chances of heat stroke, dehydration and fatality. Hindustan Times reports "Outstation patients are worst-hit in the Capital heat ". Giving some hope, the Times of India states "Fiery heat for six more days but major rain relief on way".

The Hindustan Times reports, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has stressed that Swedish Bofors guns were of good quality but declined to comment on President Pranab Mukherjee's remarks that no scandal had been established in their acquisition.

"Yash Birla in fresh list of Indian bank account holders disclosed by Swiss" is the lead in the Times of India. The Economic Times notes, "Lead Realtor Ponty Chadha's son-in-law also on list".

The Indian Express takes note of the PMO giving directions to "act on graft complaints against officials within 60 days".

"High-rise revolution set to give Delhi lakhs of homes" is the lead in the Hindustan Times. The paper says, in good news for Delhi home buyers, 25 lakh new homes may come up within city limits in the next few years.

And finally, The Hindustan Times notes, Delhi government plans low-fare taxi service to improve public transport in the city and provide last-mile connectivity to metro and bus commuters.

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