Monday, September 21, 2015

35 Years of Dalmiya Era Takes Its Last Breath

35 Years of Dalmiya Era Takes Its Last Breath


    The buzz around Bihar elections - finalization of seats and election campaigns of political parties - get prominence in this Sunday morning's Press. "In Bihar , Rahul sharpens his barbs on Modi"- writes the Hindu. "BJP  drops 14 MLAs in second list of 99", is a headline in the Asian Age, while the Pioneer speculates " Bihar dalits for NDA, but mahadalits uncommitted".

    Senior advocate and prominent AAP leader, H S Phoolka stepping down from all party posts is also highlighted by the Press. The Indian Express writes " He did this to give undivided attention to the ongoing 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases, as they were at a crucial juncture. "Blow to AAP as Phoolka quits posts" -headlines the Sunday Times.

    Sunday Times reports that according to the reputed medical journal Lancet, certain medicines are being aggressively marketed in India despite inadequate evidence of safety and efficacy, putting patients at risk and raising serious question on the overall quality of drugs and weak monitoring of the domestic drug industry .

    Sunday Business Standard informs us that "Astrostat "- India's first space observatory and a miniture version of the US-European joint space observatory - The Hubble, is set to be launched on September the 28th. Its launch has been delayed by a decade as the scientific community struggled to build with precision the instrument needed for such operations.

    Hindustan Times warns - that its times for enforcement agencies to take stock of stapler pins used in the food packaging industry. The thought of eating stapler pins along with your favorite food may be horrifying , but many people have suffered  greviously due to the ill effect of such pins found in the food they eat.

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