Thursday, September 10, 2015

'At present, 1 child in 21 in India dies before his or her 5th birthday'

'At present, 1 child in 21 in India dies before his or her 5th birthday'


    Announcement of 5 phase Bihar elections, Cabinet decision on gold monetization and various angles of the Gurgaon gang rape horror are highlighted in the Press today.
    Statesman writes 'High-stakes Bihar polls from 12th October'. Times of India comments 'Game on : Grudge match with Nitish in Bihar could shape Modi captaincy'. Pioneer notes "JD(U) combine unhappy with month-long polls".
    Economic Times observes, a day after India Inc meet, and racing ahead on the reforms path, "Sarkari Clearance come faster than Usain Bolt!"
    Hindustan Times says "Bank on your Gold to earn interest", Pioneer states "Center Ok's spectrum trade, gold bonds and monetization".
    The paper also reports Government warns operators, "Stop call drops soon or face music", adding, TRAI to review Tele com firms' services after 15 days.
    Financial Express observes "Telcos get a boost with Spectrum trading nod".
    On the rape of two Nepalese women, Times of India headlines 'Outrage grows as diplomats rape probe trips on protocol". Asian Age reports, "Saudi envoy threatened to kill us, say 2 rape victims".
    Mail Today notices, a senior Pakistan journalist, Aftab Alam, was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Karachi on Wednesday in the latest attack on media persons in the country.
    Times of India mentions "Day after transfer, Maria refuses to probe Sheena case".
    Rashtriya Sahara reports, CBSE has ordered all govt. as well as public schools to make training for self defense mandatory for all female students from standard one to 10th.
    Times of India notices on its front page, a painted chamber by a renowned Madhubani artist has been demolished as part of a modernization plan at the National Craft Museum, sparking an outcry from art lovers in the capital.
    And finally, Indian Express states, the restored version of Guru Dutt's Pyaasa will have a world premier in the competition section of the 72nd Venice Film festival. 

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