Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Telangana mulls steps to deal with stir by sanitation workers

Telangana mulls steps to deal with stir by sanitation workers


    Serbia's World no 1 Novak Djokovic retaining the Wimbledon men's singles title on Sunday by defeating Swiss seven time champion Roger Fedrer is covered prominently by all the news papers on their front pages with photographs. The papers also take note of the triple treat for India at Wimbledon. Sania Mirza wining the womens doubles, Leander Paes sweeping the mixed doubles and Delhi's Sumit Nagal wining the Boy's doubles title.
    The Hindustan Times in a special report  writes that "Critical medical devices set to become affordable" adding 'Price controls planned for expensive devices like stents, implants.
    Writing on the Vyapam scandal the Indian Express writes "Vyapam SIT chief in row with govt over 'dues', adding 'Chandresh Bhushan is seeking family pension as retired up-lokayukta, leave encashment; govt has denied both'. ' 40- member CBI team hits Vyapam trail' headlines the Hindustan Times.
    Most of the papers take note of the rape charge against IPS officer Amitabh Thakur who accused SP supremo Mulayam  Singh Yadav threatening him over telephone.
    "Pak U-turn on 26/11, won't give Lakhvi's voice sample" reports the Pioneer.
    The Hindu quotes the Home Ministry as saying that "Defamation should remain a penal offence. Conditions not congenial for civil liability."
    "Drought concerns ease as monsoon shows promise" is the lead headline in the Times of India adding 'Fingers crossed as rains boost kharif sowing'.The paper also reports that the United States is on its way to consolidating its position as India's largest arms supplier with a range of defence deals and joint projects.
    And finally, the Times of India reports that history may be re written as new evidence suggest that Chinese explorers may have found America before Christopher Columbus.

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