Tuesday, October 20, 2015

AP to shift Secretariat from Hyderabad to Vijayawada | Business Line

AP to shift Secretariat from Hyderabad to Vijayawada | Business Line


    "Amit Shah pulls up saffron hotheads at Modi's-prompt is the top headline in Times of India. The BJP on Sunday reprimanded some of its top leaders for their controversial remarks on Dadri lynching and cow slaughter. PM upset at focus shifting from development.
    At the 43rd annual convocation of AIIMS in New Delhi on Sunday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says "Democracy cant be tyranny of unelected" reports The Asian Age. He further added Democracy would be in danger if the elected are undermined.
    The Indian Express headline says "CJI presses ahead, collegium put in motion for High Court posts."
    The Hindustan Times reports of an app developed by students of Oxford University to combat rising sexual assaults. Its aptly called First Response.
    The world's largest ship breaking site-Alang in Gujarat is in doldrums. Out of 100 only, 30 units remain with a workforce of 10,000 workers, about 25,000 have already left for their home town - all this due to devaluation of rupee against the dollar says the Business Standard.
    According to a Hindustan Times headlines Privatised Delhi Airport wont let CAG teams check its books as projects developed under a private public partnership programme do not come under the purview of the CAG.
    Many newspapers have also reported that reduced budget have led to simple decoration of pooja pandals during the current Navratri season leading to rekindling of lost bonds and pure tradition.
    And Finally, Delhi University's MRITUNNJAY SHARMA has created a new world record of playing the Piano for 155 hours reports the Pioneer.

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