Friday, June 26, 2015

First Solar commences first India operation in Telangana - Livemint

First Solar commences first India operation in Telangana - Livemint


The Smriti Irani degree case finds top mention in almost all the papers today. The Hindustan Times headlines , 'Smriti faces degrees of trouble' while the Pioneer says "Degree of truth! Smriti in dock", adding 'Delhi Court takes cognizance of misrepresentation of Irani's educational qualification in election affidavits.'

The latest in the Lalit Modi controversy is another story that finds prominence in the papers. "Raje-Lalit link 'proof' emerges, BJP in a fix leads the Asian Age. The paper quotes Home Minister Rajnath Singh as saying "No one will resign, This isn't UPA"

The Hindu quotes the All India Muslim Personal Law Board as saying "Yoga is unacceptable". The paper adds that the organisation mobilises support against Modi Government.

The Indian Express carries a story on its front page quoting Rohini Salian, special public prosecutor in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, under the headline, "Since this new govt came, I have been told to go soft on accused (Hindu Extremists).

'IIT's Crorepati coaches better off than Duncan Fletcher,' headlines the Economic Times, adding that 'teachers are drawing 1Crore plus salaries at institutes offering coaching for entrance exams to IITs.

All the papers report of the steadily rising Delhi University Cut offs for undergraduate courses. "DU cut offs get absurd, soar beyond 100%", reports The Times of India.

Hindustan Times reports that Delhi is second only to Goa in per capita income according to a Survey. Delhites on an average earn rupees 2.41 lakh a year each, second only to Goa's annual per capita income of rupees 2.85 lakh.

"Kerala nets Steffi Graf to serve Ayurveda campaigns" writes The Hindu. "Steffi Graf to sport Kerala ambassador's cap", reports The Pioneer.

Is Cancer hiding in your home? Well, The Times of India reports, a staggering range of commonly used chemicals - from insecticides to plastic additives to some common medications - used even in very low quantities are likely to cause Cancer.

And finally, The Hindu Business Line under a headline 'VIP buffalo thefts give UP police sleepless nights adding that stolen buffaloes of VIPs are keeping the UP police on their toes.

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