Sunday, November 8, 2015

Bihar Assembly Election Results 2015: Zee News Final Exit Poll predicts clean sweep for NDA​

Bihar Assembly Election Results 2015: Zee News Final Exit Poll predicts clean sweep for NDA​


    Most papers highlight Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Delhi Economics conclave yesterday. The Pioneer, quoting the Prime Minister writes "Economy going well now due to sound policies." The Financial Express says "19 crore people have got bank accounts under Jan Dhan Yojana."

    0.5 percent cess on services to support Swachh Bharat - gets front page coverage in many dailies. The Times of India calls it a "Swachh Pinch" as it reports that consumers will have to pay more across all segments where a service tax is levied. This could include mobile bills, eating out and even higher air fares.

    "After 27 years, Don Rajan back to face trial" writes the Tribune. The Hindu reports arrangements had been made for dummy convoys, and alternative routes were planned to thwart possible attacks.

    The High Court ending the system of reservation for children of bureaucrats in Delhi's Sanskrit School is reported by the Hindustan Times and Times of India. 'Its like racial segregation in U.S of 1960's - writes the Times of India whereas the Hindustan Times says that "Sanskriti could lose its exclusive tag."

    The man of the moment in cricket is definitely spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. "Ashwin achieves rare feat after 105 years" headlines the Statesman. "Ashwin fastest Indian to 150 wickets" writes the Times of India. "Ashwin produces figures of 5 for 51" reports the Economic Times.

    "Two NRI brothers indicted in US for funding Al-Qaeda, had discussed attacks in India" is the lead in the Indian Express. "Gujarat shines at state of the states' awards" writes Mail Today, as it bagged the top position at the Gala in Delhi yesterday.

    And finally, Big Ben in Kolkata? Yes you heard right! Not the real one of course, but a replica of London's iconic clock tower. You can see it while driving from the airport to the city - reports the Business Standard weekend.

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