Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Saudi-led air strikes kill 20 Indians in Yemen, MEA verifying reports

Saudi-led air strikes kill 20 Indians in Yemen, MEA verifying reports


    The rupee falling to 2-year low, Pak army chief warning India of unbearable damage in war, the gang-rape of a 17 year old Delhi girl in Jaipur, the DNA test proving that the Raigarh remains are of Sheena Bora, close shave for Air India passengers are some of the stories dominating the front pages of  newspapers today.
    There is an upsurge of dengue patients in Delhi - so much that hospitals are running out of beds. The latest count - 1,259 patients as on 5th September, writes Hindustan Times.
    Now Railway employees want pension on pattern of One Rank One Pension says the Tribune.
    Karnataka has witnessed about 400 farmer suicides over the past 4 months owing to agrarian distress. The Hindu Business Line caries a picture of the farmers staging a protest demanding a Vidarbha like 10,000 crore Rupee package.
    The Election Commission may announce the Poll dates today for the 243 assembly seat Bihar Election speculates Mail Today.
    The Business Standard reports that over a fifth of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) in India are either fake or smuggled. A recent study by FICCI says that what's worse is that the counterfeit consumer goods are growing faster than overall market.  
    Times of India reports that 2 IIT Rurkee professors involved in designing and proof-checking of a bridge in Tehri have been changed with culpable homicide for bridge collapse in 2012, that killed eight.

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