Thursday, June 11, 2015
Chandrababu Naidu can't escape from law: KCR | Business Standard News #CashforVote
Naidu can't escape from law: KCR | Business Standard News
The continuing power tussle in Delhi, with the arrest and resignation of the Delhi Law Minister and the Army operation in Myanmar, make the major headlines today.
"Capital row after arrest of Delhi Minister over fake degree" writes the Hindu Business Line. The Pioneer states "Delhi Law Minister quits after 4-day lock-up order".
The Business Standard reports the Union Home Ministry withdrew Joint Commissioner of Police, Mukesh Meena as Chief of Anti - Corruption Branch (ACB) after the Delhi government said there was no such post. The Pioneer, however, states "Meena defies AAP government, takes charges as ACB chief".
"Message to neighbors: Army enters Myanmar in hot pursuit of rebels" is the lead in The Times of India. The Indian Express headlines it as "Cross-border strike for cross-border terror: Army enters Myanmar to hit Naga militants".
The Hindustan Times reports, "NCR expands to include three new districts" making it the largest national capital region in the world.
The Pioneer carries Home Minster Rajnath Singh's announcement of a 100-km ring road by 2017 to unclog Lucknow.
The Indian Express reports, all government officials above the rank of under secretary have been issued circulars by their ministries, asking them to attend Yoga classes, in the run-up to the International Yoga Day on the 21st of June.
In what could be bad news for India on the Monsoon front, the Hindu Business Line mentions, Australia's Met department warns of El Nino scorcher, not seen since 1997.
The Hindustan Times reports " India attempts flexible use of airspace to cut time and costs" which could allow commercial flights over restricted zones with prior approval from defence authorities.