Thursday, July 2, 2015

Hema Malini injured, child killed in road accident in Dausa

Hema Malini injured, child killed in road accident in Dausa

    The Supreme Court ruling out compromise solution in rape cases, the fresh revelation in the Lalit Modi case and PM Narendra Modi's vision of Digital India figure prominently in all news papers.
    Women's dignity Sacrosanct, no mediation in rape cases says SC: headlines the Hindu whereas the Pioneer reports "Apex court heaps scorn on mediation offer in rape cases".
    Newspaper's report, the new twist to the Lalit Modi case. "Lalit offer job to Sushma Husband", says the Hindustan Times. "Susham in fresh trouble", reports the Tribune whereas The Asian Age and The Pioneer in their front pages say LaMo drags Sonia, Varun into Congress's amnesty deal.
    "Government's Digital India Call gets 4.5 lakh crore rupees promise, reports The Business Standard. "India Inc. log in for 'digital push' to governance new jobs and equity", headlines the Indian Express. "Modi logs on to empower masses", says The Tribune.
    Flight Delayed; 3 deboarded to make way for Rijiju reports the Indian Express.
    The Statesman, Pioneer and Indian Express report with photographs of the Darjeeling landslides and death toll.
    Many dailies carry reports of Delhi Commision for Women closing the case against Aam Admi Party leader Kumar Vishwas. "DCW refers complaint against Vishwas to police", says the Times of India.
    And finally, good news for music lovers "Apple launches streaming Music, offering over 30 million songs in its own iTunes catalogue for a free 3-month trial, and for just 120 rupees a month thereafter.

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