Wednesday, August 19, 2015

India's turn to become factory of the world: China state media

India's turn to become factory of the world: China state media


Almost all dailies have a picture of Prime Minister Modi addressing a 50,000 strong gathering of Indians in Dubai. 'Modi bridges the Gulf as UAE backs India position on terror' is the Hindustan Times headline. The Times of India writes "Modi uses Dubai speech to send tough message to Pakistan". "Modi wows Dubai" says Mail Today, while the Indian Express, writing of the PM's popularity writes 'In Dubai heat, packed stadium on its feet'.

Vis a vis OROP, "10 former Chiefs mount pressure on government' says the Pioneer, adding that two veterans go on fast unto death.

Supreme Court dashing hopes of Katara killers figures prominently in the press. "Issues notice to Delhi government on quantum of punishment for trio' is how the Pioneer puts it.

Good news for Delhi -ites. 'Driving the aam aadmi' writes the Economic Times, of small cars like Nano and Reva, which will soon hit Delhi roads as taxis. "Taxis at auto rates' says the Hindustan Times.

"Discoms inflated dues by rupees 8 thousand crore: CAG", headlines the Times of India adding that three private power discoms in the Capital inflated the dues to be recovered from consumers by almost 8 thousand crore rupees says Comptroller and Auditor General in its report and claimed that there is scope for reducing tariffs in the city.

And finally, "Bag seller's son tops AIPMT" writes the Times of India, of Vipul Garg, who wants to study at Maulana Azad medical college in Delhi.

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