Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Life on Mars? NASA says planet appears to have flowing water

Life on Mars? NASA says planet appears to have flowing water


    Today's papers are repleat with Prime Minister Narendra Modi projecting India as an ideal destination for investment, in his ongoing visit to the United States .  "Modi wows West Coast" headlines Hindustan Times, speaking to the worlds best CEOs in Silicon Valley on Saturday. "Silicon Valley logs in to Digital India: IT giants shower praise and projects", headlines The Times of India.
    The parliamentary affairs ministry is all set to create an independent Emoluments Commission that will be empowered to recommend salaries and allowances for MPs, writes the Hindu. The Ministry hopes this will help  check the growing criticism, of MPs deciding their own emoluments.
    “Government reshuffle on anvil after verdict in Bihar", headlines the Asian Age. The long-pending reshuffle of the Union Cabinet may take place towards the end of the year or January 2016, to factor in the political situation once the Bihar Assembly poll results are out on November 8 says the newspaper.
    The agitating students of the Film and Television Institute of India calling off their 18-day hunger strike yesterday - after the Ministry of Information and broadcasting confirmed that a meeting will be held with them at Mumbai on Tuesday, is widely noticed by the Press. "FTII students agree to talk with government" reports Hindustan Times.
    And finally, In an attempt to decongest the national capital, the Delhi government is working on a car-pooling policy, wherein people going to the same location can share a ride through a mobile-based application reports Hindustan Times.

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