Thursday, November 12, 2015

India got maximum content restricted, says Facebook

India got maximum content restricted, says Facebook


    The statement issued by some veteran BJP leaders like L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi in the backdrop of the party's poor performance in the Bihar Assembly elections dominates the front pages. "Party elders tear into Modi and Shah for Bihar poll debacle" reports the Times of India.

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh's interaction with the media in New Delhi yesterday is widely noticed. Alluding to the controversy over RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat's comments on the need to review the reservation policy, the Hindustan Times quotes Mr Singh as saying "RSS Chief's statement had no negative impact in Bihar".

    The Government's big reforms push is prominently noticed in the press. The Asian Age writes " In a big reform, FDI norms made easier in 15 sectors : Major impact in defence, aviation, real estate".

    Most papers take note of the violence that erupted in Kodagu district in Karnataka as the State government celebrates the birth anniversary of 18th century Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan. "VHP man killed in clashes over 'Tipu Jayanti' in Karnataka" writes the Times of India. The Statesman observes "BJP attacks Karnataka govt over death of VHP leader".

    With many ex servicemen returning their gallantry medals, unhappy over the One Rank One Pension, the Indian Express draws attention to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's reaction and quotes him as saying "Veterans returning medals aren't behaving like soldiers".

    In a front page exclusive, the Hindustan Times cites a report by a US lab to report that there is no radioactive angle in the death of Sunanda Pushkar, the wife of former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor. The paper says this assumes significance in the backdrop of some theories that suggested polonium poisoning as the cause of death.

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