Saturday, June 13, 2015

Telangana to develop six industrial corridors

Telangana to develop six industrial corridors


    Different newspapers have different headlines today."Myanmar raid sets off Indo-Pak war of words is the Hindustan Times headline. "Bihar to see BJP Ghar Waapsi says Lalu"  is the Asian Age story on its front page.

    "Muslim groups back Yoga day, Catholics unhappy headlines the Hindu. The Indian Express carries a story on Bibek Debroy committee report on restructuring of Indian Railway asking for getting a regulator for 5 years, then scrapping the Rail Budget.

    Let private players run and maintain passenger trains suggests panel is the Times of India headline.Nek Chand, the creator of Rock Garden in Chandigarh passes away at 90 says the Tribune on its front page. Padma Shri Nek Chand began creating the beautiful Rock Garden out of waste material from demolition sites in 1976 and had created similar works all over the world.

    Hindustan Times reports that the government could soften its stance on the contention land legislation quoting the law minister Sadanand Gowda."Bureaucrats return to roots for reality check" is a Business Standard headline. On the advice of PM Narendra Modi bureaucrats are now visiting the place of their first posting and returning overwhelmed, says the report sharing experiences of secretaries Bimal Julka, Anita Agnihotri and Anil Swaroup.

    Most newspapers have reported of a rare plasma exchange that took place in Sir Ganga Ram hospital in Delhi - a boy who had consumed a mosquito repellent was saved after his plasma was cleaned for 60 hours.Today is World Day against Child Labor. Nobal laureate Kailash Satyarthi on the op-ed page Tribune quotes a study that every extra year of schooling provided to the whole population can increase average annual GDP growth by 0.37 per cent.

    And finally, Haryana with its skewed sex ratio has found a unique way of promoting Beti-Bachao-Beti-Padao--. The Sarpanch of Bibipur village has a competition of selfies of fathers with Daughters - the best one wins 2,100 rupees in cash and a trophy says an Indian Express report. The competition has become a rage.

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