Friday, October 16, 2015

Aadhaar Card May Be Used Voluntarily For Social Schemes, Supreme Court Says

Aadhaar Card May Be Used Voluntarily For Social Schemes, Supreme Court Says


    Government to declassify Netaji files and reactions to Prime Minister's comments on Dadri incident are prominent stories in newspapers today.
    Times of India notes "Prime Minister says there is no need to strangle history". Pioneer informs "Modi sets Bose's birth anniversary on January 23 to blow lid off 70-year-old uneasy secrets".
    Hindustan Times reports "Modi remarks on Dadri, intolerance raise storm; Shiv Sena responds by raking up Godhra". Indian Express quotes Prime Minister terming the incidents "Sad, not desirable", but asking "what is Centre's role? "
    Hindu notes Sudheendra Kulkarni as saying "Mumbai has rejected Sena's views on Pakistan", while Minister of Commerce, Nirmala Sitharaman is quoted as saying " India yet to have free debate on communalism".
    Hindustan Times, under the headline, "Inflation still in negative zone but pulses spin out of control", suggests, India's wholesale price could be masking a worrisome rise in food prices, leaving consumers wondering why their household budgets are spinning out of control despite declining inflation.
    And Finally, the Hindu states, while the world celebrates signs of flowing water on Mars, researchers estimate, Martian pebbles travelled roughly 50 KM from their source, supporting the idea that Mars once had an extensive river system and conditions that could harbour life.

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