Wednesday, August 26, 2015

TV honcho Peter Mukherjea's wife Indrani held in murder case

TV honcho Peter Mukherjea's wife Indrani held in murder case


    The crashing of the Sensex and Dalal street losing over 7  lakh crore rupees in investors wealth on global sell off, the Centre stating that it does'nt  want political Parties to come under RTI, and an International tribunal asking India to suspend the trial of the 2 Italian Marines accused of killing 2 Indian fishermen in 2012 are some of the front page stories in papers today.
    "Markets Beaten Black and Blue - bloodbath on bourses as Sensex tanks 1624 points; External factors responsible for crash says Jaitley", writes the Pioneer, while the Times of India says "Global Crash, made in China."
    The Hindustan Times headlines, "Aziz brandishes the N-word now" quoting the Pak national security advisor as saying that Pakistan is a nuclear armed country and knows how to defend itself.
    The Asian Age headlines "ED summons to 'PC son firm's' directors" adding that Enforcement Directorate issued summons to two directors of a firm said to be owned by Mr. Karti Chidambaram, son of former finance minister P.Chidambaram, as part of its ongoing investigation of the Aircel-Maxis case.
    The Statesman reports that the Jain Community took out marches in Mumbai, Bhopal and parts of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Kolkata to protest against the Rajasthan High Court's verdict holding as illegal, the custom of "Santhara", a ritual of self-starvation to death.
    Under the headline - "IS blows up Palmyra Temple - Jihadist group destroys the 17 century AD Baal Shamin Shrine using explosives" writes the Hindu.
    And finally, Most papers have covered the story of a 20 year old Delhi University Student who was allegedly harassed by a motorcyclist in west Delhi  - a Face book Post that she wrote on the Internet went viral, leading to the suspect's arrest.

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