Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Modi heads to UK after shock defeat in Bihar polls

Modi heads to UK after shock defeat in Bihar polls


    The BJP's response to the Bihar Election Debacle Myanmar's Sui Kyi heading for a landslide victory in Myanmar's landmark election, and BCCI President Shashank Manohar replacing N.Srinivasan as the ICC head are some lead stories in papers today.

    "Everything went wrong: NDA Agonises over Bihar" says the Hindustan Times while the Times of India writes "Jaitley blames hotheads for deflecting from development theme, adding day after crushing Defeat, BJP looks within and outside for reasons.

    The Statesman writes that India successfully test fired Agni IV, the strategic nuclear capable long range missile from the APJ Abdul Kalam Island yesterday.The Tribune writes that even as Ex service men have expressed their dissatisfaction over the terms of "One Rank-One Pension" scheme, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today ruled out any more concessions on OROP.

    Writing about the green Tax levied recently on heavy commercial vehicles entering Delhi, the Times of India says - "Tax on, entry of Trucks down by 30%", writing that serving the purpose of the levy, this decrease in the number of trucks has been noticed at most of the major entry points into the Capital.

    "Lok Adalats settled over eight crore cases in last twenty years", writes the Indian Express. Adding that Lok Adalats have become an effective mechanism to dispose off cases.Referring to the relaunch of the popular instant noodles, the Economic Times writes "If you have just 2 minutes to cook food, go get Maggi now".

    Adding to the woes of Delhi Residents, the Pioneer reports "Met department predicts pollution level to be 'severe' during Diwali-Suggests,"people with heart and lung diseases to stay indoors".

    ·And finally,  Asking people to celebrate with caution, the Hindu writes "Doctors warn against over indulgence, digging into sugar and oil-rich snacks, erratic sleep and pollution can prove to be life threatening.

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