Friday, November 6, 2015

The Bihar Blockbuster: Who Will Get A Thumbs Up?

The Bihar Blockbuster: Who Will Get A Thumbs Up? 


    Newspapers today present a mixed bag. On the final day of polling in Bihar, Pioneer writes "Battle of wills in final phase" while Asian Age notes, Election commission bans ads without its nod today.
    Hindustan Times leads with, "Now, Adityanath says Shahrukh speaks Hafiz Saeed's language" while Times of India headlines "BJP MP spews  venom at Shahrukh; party brass frowns at 'such nonsense."
    Statesman quotes Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu as saying "government open to debate on tolerance".
    The Hindu cites a report of the Delhi government, saying, 'Police entry into Kerala House was illegal'.
    Indian Express notes on its front page, RBI governor Raghuram Rajan reiterating that India would be "crazy to lose" its biggest advantage and emphasizing the need to keep an open society." The paper also reports the government saying, Media misled people on Moody's report on tolerance.
    Business Standard highlights, "Modi ranks 9th on Forbes' 2015 power list, up 6 places".
    Papers also notice, Maggi sale to restart in November. Business Standard states "Nestle Maggi clears final test but can sell only in four states".
    "Hold your breath, today's air could be season's dirtiest" cautions Hindustan Times while Pioneer reports "Delhi gas for fresh air as particulate matter soars by 35 percent".
    Times of India and Hindustan Times notice on their front page, shopping malls and hospitals in the capital may have to make parking free.
    Times of India reports, sikh war veteran, India born Harijeet Sajjan is Canada's new defence minister.
    Asian Age quotes US first lady, Michelle Obama as saying at the World Innovation Summit for education in Doha, "Change attitudes and outdated laws and let girls grow".
    And finally, Times of India reports, India tops the list of countries of origin for highly skilled migrants to Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development countries, terming it as "Indiaspora rising".

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