Tuesday, December 22, 2015

DDCA issue: Questions of law, ethics hang over Delhi govt probe panel | cities | Hindustan Times

DDCA issue: Questions of law, ethics hang over Delhi govt probe panel | cities | Hindustan Times



NEWSPAPERS HEADLINES:

The top headline in the Times of India reads Nirbhaya  juvenile opts to stay with city NGO as term ends adding that the Village doesn't want its rapist son to return. "Let down, victim's parents seek meeting with Prime Minister", writes Mail Today.

The Indian Express reports of the next set of  crucial state polls in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala, Assam and Puducherry, which are likely to be held in April-May next year according to the Election Commission. This rules out any possibilities of delaying polls in Tamil Nadu in the wake of the recent floods, says the newspapers.

The Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency Yojana, or 'Mudra', a new financial system launched by the  Narendra Modi government to offer financial assistance to the non-corporate small business sector in the country, will  be helping the victims of the recent floods in Chennai by extending loans to flood victims, reports The Pioneer.

"Jaitley threaten defamation cases against Kejriwal and others" headlines the Hindu, even as AAP leaders continued their attack against Mr Jaitley over the alleged Delhi District Cricket Association irregularities.

The Asian Age reports the Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the concluding session of the three day DGPs conference, emphasising that sensitivity should be a vital element of policing.

HT Business reports that the government plans to come out with a set of measures to incentivise credit and debit card transactions as part of a broad strategy to wean people away from using cash and to curb black money flow.

And finally, the Economic Times tells that in his drive to implement prohibition in Bihar, 'Nitish plans to turn liquor vendors into milk vendors'. The Chief Minister said - there is going to be a revenue loss, but I am ready for that.

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