Friday, January 15, 2016

Ram Madhav takes dig at Aamir Khan, says actor should preach his wife about country's prestige

Ram Madhav takes dig at Aamir Khan, says actor should preach his wife about country's prestige

Newspapers Headlines

    Pakistan detaining Jaish Chief Masood Azhar makes for front page news in almost all the dailies this morning. "Pak detains Azhar, Jaish-e-Mohammad office
s sealed" headlines The Tribune. "Pak arrests JeM's Azhar, brother" leads the Asian Age.
    News papers take note of Barack Obama's final state of the union address where he warned that Pakistan, Afghanistan and the West Asia could become safe havens for new terrorist networks. He promised to go after Al-Qaeda and ISIS to keep America and its allies safe.
    Writing on the foreign travel of bureaucrats the Indian Express reports in a new set of instructions "Government clips bureaucrats wings, not more than four visits a year, and each less than five working days".
    The Pioneer reports that clerks who form the backbone of secretarial work in the Central Government may soon carry a corporate tag. As part of key administrative reforms, the Government on Wednesday decided to replace Lower and Upper Division Clereks by tech-savvy and multi-tasking Executive Assistant.
    News papers mention of comedian Kiku Sharda, best known for his drag act as Palak in popular TV show Comedy Nights with Kapil being arrested on Wednesday by the Haryana Police on a complaint alleging he hurt religious sentiments by mocking Dera Sacha Sauda sect head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. He was later granted bail in the evening.
    Most news papers also take note of the passing away of Lt. General J.F.R Jacob at 92. He played a critical role in the 1971 war that led to the birth of Bangladesh, and later also served as the Governor of Punjab and Goa.
    The Tribune reports around 41 per cent of India's population is below the age of 20 years, with Muslims having the highest proportion of children and teenagers among all religions, according to the just released census 2011 data.
    The Hindustan Times in an interesting item reports on its front page plus that Ranchi is set to get the world's largest tricolour flying atop the country's tallest flag pole at the Pahari temple. The 293 feet tall flag pole will be 53 feet taller than the Qutub Minar.

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