Sunday, October 11, 2015

Andhra Pradesh signs MoUs for 8 tourism projects worth Rs 1,240 crore

Andhra Pradesh signs MoUs for 8 tourism projects worth Rs 1,240 crore


    PM Narendra Modi's campaigning for polls in Bihar; The Supreme court's proposal to impose pollution tax on trucks entering Delhi; Shashi Deshpande's resignation from Sahitya Akademi Council; Tunisian Quartet winning  Nobel Peace Prize and World Mental Health today; have been widely covered by most newspapers.

    'RSS sees scientific basis for cow protection' is a headline on The Hindu front page. Cow based farming has been the backbone of our agriculture for centuries, it quotes a Prachaar Pramukh.

    The Public Accounts Committee PAC has told the government that ESIC - Employee State Insurance Corporation is in total disarray with 53 out of 63 projects behind schedule, reports Hindu Business Line.

    Yog guru Ramdev tying up with future group's Kishor Bayani to propagate Swadeshi products and giving a tough challenge to MNC's, has been covered by almost all newspapers.

    The Tribune carries a picture of an award winning body builder, Waqar, a Muslim rehearsing the role of a Hindu King for Ram Leela in Jammu. Ramleela has been organised by Sanatan Dharma Natak Samaj for the last 154 years.

    "Saudagar of melodies - Ravinder Jain dies"says Mail Today. He was the man who composed music for superhit TV serial Ramayana and films like Ankhiyon ke Jharokhon Se and Chitchor.

    A US court has rejected copyright protection over yoga postures by yog teacher, Bikram Chaudhary, citing that yoga philosophy has been there since thousands of years and derived from Hindu ures, like the holy Bhagwat Gita, that's a report in the Asian Age.

    And Finally, in a study, Mumbai has emerged as the world's cheapest city to live and work among top twelve metro cities of the world.

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