Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Shah Rukh lives in India, his heart is in Pak: BJP leader Vijayvargiya

Shah Rukh lives in India, his heart is in Pak: BJP leader Vijayvargiya

    A youth from Bihar being killed in police firing in Nepal, Intelligence reports indicating increased security around India's most wanted man Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan post the arrest of Mafia Don Chhota Rajan in Bali, and two jawans martyred in Pak shelling in North Kashmir are some front page stories in papers today.
    "Shocked PM raises Indian's death in Nepal-urges Nepalese counterpart to probe killing in police firing", writes the Indian Express.
    Reffering to the deportation of Mumbai underworld don Chhota Rajan from Bali, the Hindu headlines "Rajan may be brought back today-likely to be questioned in New Delhi first."
    On UP Panchayat polls, newspapers say ," Expectations go haywire in UP civic polls," says The Pioneer while The Indian Express writes "BSP stages comeback in UP panchayat polls, leaves SP red-faced."
    In good news for India's banking sector, the Business Standard reports "Moody's gives banks reason to cheer; Upgrades outlook to stable."
    In a story relating to allegations of Nepotism in the Delhi Judicial services exam, the Mail Today headlines - "Supreme Court  to probe if Judges' kids got exam favours", writing that a retired apex court Judge will re-evaluate answer sheets of the Delhi Judicial exam 2014 after complaints of irregularities.
    "Supreme Court hearing on improving Collegium system today - government to push for transparency in appointment of Judges", writes the Indian Express.
    The Hindi daily Hindustan writes that on the advice of Women and Child development minister Maneka Gandhi,  the Registrar General has given directions to all states that the spouses name is now mandatory on the death certificate of the husband or wife. 
    And finally, in heartening news for those requiring pace makers, the Times of India writes that Scientists are developing next generation battery free implantable pace makers that may be powered by an unlikely source - the heart itself. This technology will eliminate Medical risks, costs and inconvenience of having a battery replacement every 5-12 years for millions of people across the world.

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