Sunday, September 20, 2015

Hardik Patel held in Surat ahead of march, protests across Gujarat

Hardik Patel held in Surat ahead of march, protests across Gujarat

Newspapers Headlines

    The West Bengal government yesterday declassifying 64 files relating to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, is given front page coverage in today's Press. "Tantalising hints in Netaji Files "headlines the Statesman, "Netaji kin were spied on" - is the Tribune headline, and the Times of India writes "Papers show Netaji may have been alive after 1945, says Didi".
    "Centre sees red in Assam's safe passage offer to Paresh Baruah." The Hindu reports : A day after the Assam government offered safe passage to the leader of the anti talks faction of ULFA, to visit his ailing mother in Dibrugarh, the Home Ministry said that Assam CM should not undermine National interest by making such an offer.
    The monsoon, in its withdrawal phase now, has revived key drought hit states that account for over a third of India's food output, offering respite to millions of farmers battling tough conditions and a government staring at a rural crisis, reports Hindustan Times.
    "Growth will be short-lived if its too fast"- said RBI governor Raghuram Rajan, writes Business Lines of the Hindu. With the US Federal Reserve holding interest rates , India INC and the Centre have increased pressure on the RBI to cut rates.
    According to the Asian Age, the CBI, which had earlier urged the Supreme Court to regulate flow of funds to NGO's, yesterday informed the court that out of a little over 30 lakh registered NGO's in the country, only 3.80 lakh were filing Balance Sheets every year.
    Hindustan Times Business, quoting a report by Swiss Bank UBS, writes - The cheapest places in the world include Sofia in Bulgaria, Bucharast in Romania and New Delhi and Mumbai in India. Zurich is the most expensive, followed by Geneva , New York, Oslo and London.
    The Times of India informs us that Health Ministry is working on a model to procure cancer medicines and stents in bulk at negotiated prices and supply the to hospitals and consumers at cheaper rates through 'Jan Aushadh' stores.

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