Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Telangana govt keen to make Hyderabad world class city: K Chandrasekhar Rao | Zee News

Telangana govt keen to make Hyderabad world class city: K Chandrasekhar Rao | Zee News


The tussle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung over bureaucratic appointments dominates the front pages of most papers. "CM-LG's jung escalates; AAP government locks Principal Secretary out of his office" reports the Pioneer. On the possible consequences of this stand off, the Financial Express says that an 11,000 crore rupee loan by the Power Finance Corporation to the two Reliance Infrastructure discoms in the capital could be jeopardised.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to South Korea is prominently noticed. "Seoul ready with 10 billion dollars for infra stimulus" writes the Tribune. The Times of India states "Seoul backs India on Nuclear Suppliers Group membership".

The death of Aruna Shanbaug, a nurse, who lay in a coma for 42 years after she was sexually assaulted and choked by a ward boy is widely noticed. The Hindustan Times observes "Face of Euthanasia debate in India dies". Highlighting the great care with which she was looked after by nurses at the KEM hospital in Mumbai, the Times of India writes "Aruna did not get a single bed sore in her 42 years at the hospital".

The Indian Express in its investigative story on the killing of 20 alleged red sander smugglers by the Andhra Pradesh police on April 7 reports that cellphone records of 4 of those killed blow holes in the police version. The paper writes that the cellphone records show that these 4 were not at the site of the killings as mentioned in the FIRs.

The Clean Ganga mission is in the news. The Hindustan Times reports "government wants corporates, NRIs to adopt clean Ganga projects".

And finally, the Class 12 ISC and Class 10 ICSE results are out and the papers take note of some interesting facts. "Girls beat boys in ISC, ICSE results" writes the Asian Age. The Times of India informs "ISC topper scores 399 out of 400".

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