Thursday, October 15, 2015

Godhra made Narendra Modi known, says Shiv Sena

Godhra made Narendra Modi known, says Shiv Sena


    Eminent Punjabi writer Dalip Kaur Tiwana, returning her Padma Shri Award and joining nation wide protest over the alleged threat to free speech is covered prominently by the news papers this morning.
    Most dailies take note of India telling Pakistan not to preach over remarks that India should ensure  that incidents to disrupt functions of prominent Pakistani personalities like Ghulam Ali and the book release of Khurshid Kasuri do not recur.
    In a related story on the backdrop of the ink attack, The Asian Age writes "Sena-BJP rift grows, split looks inevitable". The Hindu leads with "Sena dares BJP to break alliance".
    Another story that finds prominent place in the papers is that of China operationalising the 1.5 billion dollar Zam Hydro Power Station, the largest in Tibet, built on  the Brahmaputra river, which has raised concerns in India over the likelihood of disrupting water supplies.
    The papers take note of the Enforcement Directorate and the CBI arresting six people among whom were Bank of Baroda and HDFC staffers in connection with the alleged illegal remittances and money laundering.
    In an exclusive report the Hindustan Times writes that not only are the smokers and litter bugs being swept clean of the Railway Stations in Delhi but also the Swachh Bharat Campaign is earning the railways some big money. It has already earned 1 crore rupees in nine months.
    The Pioneer in its lead story writes the Supreme Court rapped Ex-IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt for perjury and slammed him for misusing media to create pressure on judges and amicus curiae in the 2002 Gujarat riot cases.
    The Asian Age reports on its front page that to track Blackmoney the Income tax department is going to  to unveil a PAN activity monitoring and analysis software tool to check the nation wide transactions history of an individual. It is undergoing final tests before being formally launched.

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