Sunday, June 28, 2015

No concrete evidence of corruption against Vasundhara Raje: BJP #Modi4Corrupt

No concrete evidence of corruption against Vasundhara Raje: BJP


    'Terror attack in France, Tunisia and Kuwait' is the headline in the Statesman which killed 63 people. The Hindu reports of a triple attack - a suicide bomber killing 25 in a mosque in Kuwait, 2 gunmen shooting 37 people on a beach in Tunisia and attack in a French factory. The Times of India calls it 'black Friday' and reports that the ISIS has taken responsibility for the bloodshed in Kuwait.

    The Lalit Modi saga continues. 'BJP strongly backs Raje as Lalit now targets Congress' is a Hindustan Times headline. 'Congress on defensive as LaMo reveals meet with Priyanka' says the Pioneer. 'Embattled Raje gets RSS backing' writes the Tribune.

    The RBI governor, Raghuram Rajan asking Central banks across the world to define 'rules of the game' is reported by the Statesman. 'Rajan rings the alarm bell - chances of global depression' is the Economic Times headline.

    On a positive note, the Hindu lead story reports that 'India is ranked best for investment' adding that investors are better protected under Modi regime.

    'Monsoon reigns over India two weeks early' reports the Financial Express, adding that it is a boost of sowing and the reservoir levels are up by 42 percent.

    'In a landmark verdict, US Supreme Court legalises all gay marriages' writes the Times of India on its front page. The Indian Express has a picture, captioned 'History, Made in America' which shows a gay couple playing with their twin daughters in Los Angeles.

    A 19 year old doing India proud. Satnam Singh Bhamara is featured on Hindustan Times page 1 plus. He made history when he was chosen for Dallas Mavericks, NBA. 'From Ludhiana to Dallas via NBA' says the Indian Express. The Hindustan Times says that this seven foot basketball player with shoe size 20 would get an estimated wage of 4.9 million dollar for a season.

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