Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Government may soon access private emails, WhatsApp messages

Government may soon access private emails, WhatsApp messages

Newspapers Headlines

    The Prime Minister to meet 50 members of Subash Chandra bose's family in October is a front page story in all newspapers. "PM to have man ki bat with Bose family next month" reports the Pioneer, "but silent on Netaji files" adds the Asian Age, "setting off speculation about the possible declassification of Netaji files by the Centre" -- Times of India.
    On Nepal adopting a historic constitution after seven years of painstaking deliberations, newspapers opine: "Nepal gets Constitution, India raises concerns" headlines the Indian Express; " Violence a worry," says the Hindustan Times;
    The Kisan Samman rally on Sunday organised by the Congress finds prominence in newspapers. "Congress to take land bill fight to states" -- The Statesman; "Listen to farmers. Sonia tells Modi government" says The Hindu".
    "Numerous fronts to give Bihar a nail-biting finish", "former "Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has decided to contest from two seats" reports the Pioneer in its anchor story. In its inside pages The Hindu reports "Blow to NDA as Shiv Sena enters  Bihar fray" adding that this "may cut into the BJP vote bank."
    "End of an era: BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya passes away at 75" reports Mail Today. The Hindustan Times describes Dalmiya as "Man who made India the epicentre of world cricket" whereas The Pioneer calls him "the man who gave BCCI global clout".
    Bringing some cheer, the Financial Express reports "Monsoon deficit comes down to 14%" following widespread rains in Karnataka, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh.
    More power to woman "All Woman Panchayat set to take charge in Hissar village.

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