Friday, August 28, 2015

Another Pakistani militant held in Kashmir

Another Pakistani militant held in Kashmir


    Gujarat quota stir, Sheena Bora murder mystery and two US journalists shot dead live on air, dominate newspapers today.
    Indian Express headlines, "Army out, PM appeals for calm as 9 killed in Gujarat clashes.", while the Pioneer states, "Army out to crush Patel mobocracy in Gujarat."
    Times of India leads, "Indrani killed daughter, not sister" while Mail Today terms the Sheena Bora case as the 'Mother of all murders'.
    "Horror show! 2 US journos shot on live TV" reports the Pioneer.
    Asian Age informs, "Government likely to tweak OROP to satisfy all."
    Business Standard notes "Sensex at 1-year low, as markets fall again."
    The Hindu Business Line states, Telecom operators promise to solve the problem of call drops in 45 days.
    The Hindu writes the govt is planning a "24 x 7 situation room to track social media" & check its misuse.
    Economic Times reports "India Inc's Human Resources Losing Humans Dime a Dozen" with at least 17 HR heads having put in papers since May, 2015.
    Times of India quotes, according to a study conducted at the University of Washington, Indians live 7 years longer now, since 1990, but spend 8 years in bad health.
    The Tribune informs, Haryana is all set to take a unique initiative of rolling out 21 all-women police stations as a "Rakhi gift".
    Times of India says, the wait time for a Metro side during off-peak hours will get shorter from Monday, with DMRC deciding to press 20 more trains into service between 11 am & 4.30 pm after being prodded by the Delhi Government.
    And finally, Hindustan Times reports, once the lifeline of Old Delhi, trams, which were phased out in 1963 to make way for modern vehicles, may be back on the streets of Chandni Chowk in two years.

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