Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Rituals in times of drought: KCR’s expensive thanksgiving to cost Telangana Rs 6 cr - Firstpost

Rituals in times of drought: KCR’s expensive thanksgiving to cost Telangana Rs 6 cr - Firstpost


The Paris Climate accord, the slum demolition in Delhi and the murder of an artist and her lawyer in Mumbai are major stories in papers today.

Hindustan Times headlines "How Paris pact was won" with a late-night switch in the text. The Indian Express states "All is well for India in deal, expect coal line", which could be used to arm-twist India.

"Congress may blunt attack on GST" is the lead in the Pioneer. The Asian Age says, "Fresh push on GST, but government has 'red lines'."

The Statesman leads with "Delhi government, Railways face-off over demolitions.

The Pioneer reports "Artist, lawyer's bodies found in cardboard boxes in drain".

"No Secrecy, just precaution", the Hindu quotes Pak Prime Minister Sharif rejecting criticism over the sudden resumption of India-Pakistan Talks, and saying, process needed time, so publicity was avoided.

"Buzz over 2017 Presidential race:Pawar in running?" speculates the Asian Age, after his recent 75th birthday celebrations.

The Economic Times leads, "Getting Fed Up? Sensex may rise to 30k in 2016" as Indian equity markets are likely to shrug off worries over a rate hike by US Fed Reserve and the tepid pace of reforms.

The Financial Express reports "Flows into realty at 7-year high".

The Asian Age reports, pay parity dispute may delay the implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission by six months to a year.

"No more new vehicles for Delhi babus! "writes the Pioneer, as Kejriwal government plans to encourage use of hired automobiles.

The Hindu Business Line reports, " Visa blues may grip Indian IT firms in US, again" as New Delhi fights attempts to reintroduce bill with increased fees for H-1B visas, which lapsed in September.

"Punjab soap makers feel 'unsafe' as cow vigilantes target buffalo tallow", covers the Indian Express on its front page.

And finally Hindustan Times reveals "Vehicles theft App hits recoveries " as the application meant to hasten the investigation process, sends an 'untraced' report automatically within 21 days.

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