Monday, January 25, 2016

Retrospective tax is a thing of past, says PM Narendra Modi; India-France sign 16 MoUs | Zee News

Retrospective tax is a thing of past, says PM Narendra Modi; India-France sign 16 MoUs | Zee News


Netaji's files declassification dominates headlines in newspapers this morning, highlighting different aspects. "No conclusive closure of mystery" is the Pioneer headline. The Asian Age says "100 Bose files later, doubt lives". The Hindustan Times reports "Manmohan move to get Bose ashes hit MEA wall' as Ministry was worried it would mean accepting Netaji's death.

"IS suicide bombers aged 12-15 may target PM", Times of India cites intelligence inputs, reporting, the outfit's video of kid fighters sparks alarm. "India wary of IS attacks through Bangladeshi terrorist groups", notes the Hindustan Times. The Asian Age reports "Pak, Russia to hold first ever Army exercise".

The Tribune highlights French President Hollande's visit with a photograph of a replica of the Effel Tower, saying "Chandigarh set to cement French Connection today". The Indian Express in its page One Anchor, reports as part of initiatives to encourage the girl child in a state with the lowest sex ratio in the country, front row Republic Day seats will be given to families of infant girls in Haryana. On the students' stir in Hyderabad University, The  Statesmen reports "Rohith's family spurn relief". "Rohit was not a dalit says his father" writes Pioneer in its capsule story. "Ambedkar backed rethink on quotas" is the lead in the Indian Express, quoting Sumitra Mahajan as saying "we haven't achieved the Society of his dreams".

"Two more rounds of Odd-even; women, bikes may be included" highlights the Hindustan times on its front page. "Delhi to get 2000 new buses by August, luxury service in November" informs the Times of India. The Hindu states,"Luxury buses to wean Delhiites off their cars". And finally, the Times of India reports, the only Hebrew teacher in an Indian University, JNU, is a devout Muslim, who wants to use Hebrew to bring Jews and Muslims closer.

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