Thursday, December 10, 2015

Angela Merkel named Time's Person of the Year

Angela Merkel named Time's Person of the Year


    The National Herald case takes top spot in most newspapers this morning. "Parliament incurs Sonia's wrath" is the headline in the Pioneer, also adding, "miffed over Herald, congress may scuttle GST passage". The Indian Express quips "this heralds a headache".
    On Sushma Swaraj's visit to Pakistan, the Hindustan Times reports "Sharif meets his NSA Janjua, military brass before Sushma" signalling Pakistan military was firmly in the driving seat as far as the country's policy towards India was concerned.
    The Tribune informs, "India-Pak series likely from December 24 to January 5 in Sri Lanka".
    Breakthrough at final stage " the Pioneer quotes the Nepal envoy, as India advises Nepal Government & Madhesis to be flexible.
    The Hindu & the Asian Age report, Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's call to bar "Muslims from entering the US" has triggered sharp responses from different quarters form the White House to Republican leaders.
    On the Delhi Government's pollution control proposal, the Pioneer states, "Even numbered cars on even dates, odd on odd". Hindustan Times informs "CNG vehicles, women may be exempted from odd-even rule.
    "Netaji files released in UK may shed light on the mystery" surrounding his death, notes the Pioneer.
    On the Sheena Bora murder case, the Hindu in a front page story, cites CBDT report, saying "Indrani, Peter laundered 275 crore rupees" .
    "Government to review UPA decision to cancel land given to RSS affiliates" states The Hindustan Times.
    And finally, the Tribune reports among tales of humanity emerging from rain-battered Chennai, is a story of a Hindu couple who have named their newborn after a Muslim saviour, who came to their rescue.

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