Tuesday, September 1, 2015

India's antitrust probe into Google moves into next phase

India's antitrust probe into Google moves into next phase


    Land ordinance to lapse, Hardik to take Patel quota stir nationwide, Swabhiman rally in Bihar and further revelations in the Sheena Bora  murder case are highlighted in the press today.
    Financial Express writes "In blow to reforms agenda, government to let land Bill lapse" . Hindustan Times quotes Prime Minister as saying that Farmer should not have any doubts or fears.
    In an another report Hindustan Times writes - "Hardik Patel wants his protest to go India-wide". Indian Express says, "In Delhi, Hardik rallies other Patel groups, tells them to draw swords."
    Asian Age reports "Sonia shares stage with Nitish, Lalu; targets PM" as the top leaders of the "grand secular alliance" came together for the first time in a huge Swabhiman rally in Patna.
    Sheena Bora case continues to be in the limelight. Pioneer reports "Suitcase meant to pack body of Mikhail seized from Indrani". Indian Express reveals "Police claim to have found Sheena's 'father' Siddharth Das". Times of India states, "Cops detain hitman hired to kill Sheena's brother".
    Reaching Vaishno Devi to get easier, writes the Economic Times, reporting on a proposed 600-km expressway from Delhi to Katra, which would be India's longest.
    And finally, "Farm waste to green energy: Maharastra, Punjab lead way" reports Hindustan Times, on an innovative project to sell farm waste to companies to generate bio-energy.

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