Saturday, September 5, 2015

Aadesh Shrivastava loses battle with cancer at 51: Celebs pay tribute on Twitter

Aadesh Shrivastava loses battle with cancer at 51: Celebs pay tribute on Twitter


    The Prime Minister  articulating a shift from 'climate change' to 'climate justice' in international discourse, the Samajwadi Party walking out of the 'Grand Alliance' in Bihar and the Union Home Minister informing the Dehi High Court that it had canceled the NGO Green Peace's FCRA registration are some front page stories in papers today.
    “Mumbai tops world in terror risk to GDP” writes the Times of India, saying that  Lloyd's, the world's oldest active insurance marketplace believes that Mumbai tops the global list  in terms of economic output at risk that is 8 billion dollars, in the event of a terrorist attack.
    The Times of India writes that in a landmark verdict which will benefit thousands of Group A paramilitary personnel, the Delhi High Court, yesterday, has declared them to be "organized services."
    "India's tech prowess at play, as tax e-filing hits record high" says  the Business Standard, writing that from Aug 28th to 31st, an average of 1.5 million people e-filed Tax Returns every day.
    France, Germany agree on migrant quotas writes the Asian Age, reporting that the two countries have agreed that the European Union,  facing an unprecedented influx of migrants should impose binding quotas on the numbers member states can take in.
    The Indian Express writes the Anti corruption Branch, of the Delhi Government filed  chargesheet in CNG fitness scam mentioning the name of senior officials, and retired IAS officers as the main accused.
    The Times of India writes that “Selfie Madness” is a public safety issue now. The rise of selfie photography in some of the world’s most beautiful and dangerous places is sparking a range of interventions aimed at combating risk taking that has resulted in a string of gruesome deaths, worldwide.

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