Friday, May 22, 2015

Red Sanders killings: Burn scars, bloodless wounds and many question marks | The Indian Express

Red Sanders killings: Burn scars, bloodless wounds and many question marks | The Indian Express


Newspapers today present a mixed bag, with most papers covering the Delhi Government- LG row prominently.

The Hindustan Times headlines,  " Jung returns Kejriwal fire", while the Pioneer writes "Jung escalates war of nerves."

Papers report of a number of proposed new laws. "Littering, defacement to be made an offence with on-the -spot fines" is the Indian Express lead, reporting of a Bill to be introduced in the monsoon session of Parliament.

The Asian Age reports, by the end of this year, the Modi Government is likely to have a proposed Centralised Monitoring system to end illegal phone tapping and allow state agencies direct access to call intercepts.

The Hindustan Times reports, leaders of political parties may have to think twice before calling a street protest or bandh as they may end up in jail if the protest turns violent, under proposed amendments by the Home Ministry to the Prevention of Destruction to Public Property Act.

The Pioneer says, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways is planning a 1000-km Char Dham Yatra project to connect four holy towns with national highways.

 The Times of India reports, spinning a surprise, Yoga guru "Ramdev lauds Rahul, calls Modi's Ministers arrogant".

Papers report of the United States releasing documents seized from Osama bin Laden's hideout in Pakistan's Abbotabad. Hindustan Times reports of references to India as a top al Qaeda target along with US and Israel. The Pioneer notes, the documents reveal Obama's India trip in November 2010 got Pakistan to rein in Qaeda. The Indian Express reveals, Osama received multiple payments from an individual he identified as "the Indian Brother in Medinah".

The Times of India informs, underground tunnelling work for the Central Secretariat-Kashmere gate line of the Delhi Metro has led to the partial collapse of a 113-year-old heritage building at Kashmere gate.

And finally, take the ITO subway to earn a reward, if you get lucky, as the Delhi Traffic Police have initiated a drive to inculcate the habit of using subways among pedestrians to cross intersections, reports the Mail Today.

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