Sunday, June 14, 2015

UP journalist 'burnt alive': 5 policemen suspended; family seeks CBI probe | Zee News

UP journalist 'burnt alive': 5 policemen suspended; family seeks CBI probe | Zee News


No relief for Nestle India on Maggi, the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission hiking power tariff by 6 percent, and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley urging banks to cut interest rates further are some front page stories in papers today.

"Best yet to come, says Jaitley", says the Hindustan Times in an exclusive story writing that according to the Finance Minister, India may have become the worlds fastest growing major economy but is still in recovery mode and the best is yet to come.

In the ongoing NJAC hearing in the Supreme Court, the government says "Tax payers have right to know judges' quality" writes the Statesman.

Chairman "Yudishter " for FTII, students protest ", reports the Economic Times. The paper writes that the appointment of BJP member Gajendra Chauhan, who played 'Yudhister in BR Chopra's Mahabharat serial as the Chairman of the Film and Television Institute of India has evoked angry protests from the students.

The Statesman writes that, Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Shahryar Khan confirmed today that a deal had been struck with Zimbabwe but rubbished claims that the African side had been "bribed" into touring Pakistan.

" Illegal Yamuna colonies doomed" headlines the Mail Today. The paper adds " Centre sets up next flash point with AAP as DDA strikes at parties vote bank; says river plain houses wont be legalized and some may be razed.

"From nothing but waste and rock, he built everything" writes the Indian Express reporting on the passing away of  Nek Chand Saini, the man behind Chandigarh's iconic Rock Garden, at the age of 90.

And finally, in good news from the world of Science, the Times of India writes that in a first, Scientists have found a cure for untreatable wounds, by growing muscles stem cells in a lab to heal injuries.

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