Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Wanted gangster Chhota Rajan arrested in Bali, government says he will be brought to India

Wanted gangster Chhota Rajan arrested in Bali, government says he will be brought to India


    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio programme - Mann-Ki-Baat, aired yesterday, receives extensive coverage in the Press. Quoting the Prime Minister, The Times of India writes "Diversity is India's beauty and Unity our mantra". Hindustan Times quotes, 'India is a multi-cultural nation whose spectacular 'diversity is its pride'.
    "Landmark Africa Summit starts today" headlines The Asian Age, with India going all out to push for a permanent seat in the UN Security Council. The Pioneer reports that at least 25,000 police personnel and central forces are to man security around the hotels and routes of dignitaries from 54 countries and two choppers will be deployed for overall security operations.
    The Times of India headline reads  'Courts will be tough on hate crimes, says CJI'. At a time when the country is witnessing a spurt in hate crimes Chief Justice of India H.L Dattu has said the court will take a stern view against those who are charge-sheeted by the state police for allegedly indulging in hate crimes.
    Mail Today writes that Former British Prime Minister - Tony Blair, in an extraordinary confession, has said 'sorry' for the Iraq war, and has admitted that he could be partly to blame for the rise of ISIS.
    "Stringent Law on anvil for Services Data" - headlines Business Standard. The Govt is planning a legislation for a stringent penalty on companies not providing correct information or giving false data on trade in services.
    CSIR develops herbal drug for diabetes - headlines  Times of India. The Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research launched BGR-34 -  the first scientifically validated Ayurvedic drug meant for Type -II diabetes priced at 5 rupees per tablet.

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