Thursday, September 10, 2015

Opinion poll predict victory for JD(U)-RJD-Congress combine in Bihar

Opinion poll predict victory for JD(U)-RJD-Congress combine in Bihar


    The sudden transfer on promotion of Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria finds prominent place in all the newspapers on their front pages today. The Hindu writes that Maria will continue to investigate the Sheena Bora murder case.
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with industrialists, bankers and economists to take stock of the global economic turmoil, finds prominent place in the media. The papers described the meeting as a brainstorming session on start-ups, smart cities, job creation and "Make in India". Most of the newspapers write about the Prime Minister asking the industry to take risks and step up investment.
    The story of 20 Indians feared dead in Yemen air strike on smugglers is carried by almost all the papers today.
    Commenting on the Congress Working committee extending Sonia Gandhi's tenure by another year the Tribune writes "Rahul waits as Congress Chief gets one year extension".
    Another story that finds mention in the papers this morning is that of the shocking news of a Saudi Arabian diplomat accused of raping his two Nepali maids, confining them in his flat at Gurgaon, torturing and starving them.
    The Pioneer in its bottom spread carries a story about the Government planning to change the landscape along the country's National Highways by creating 1200 world class amenities to benefit road travelers.  
    A major sports news carried by the papers is that of No. 3 seed Andy Murray crashing out of the US Open in the fourth round, his earliest Grand Slam tournament exit in 5 years, after losing to South African Kevin Anderson.
    And finally, Times of India reports that according to the World Health Organization one in every four people across Asia will be above the age of 60 by 2050 as the world rapidly ages. According to WHO estimates, between 2000 and 2050 the proportion of world's population over 60 years will double from about 11 per cent to 22 per cent.

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