Sunday, February 28, 2016

Earth shattering ticket demand for Indo-Pak tie in World T20 | Latest News

Earth shattering ticket demand for Indo-Pak tie in World T20 | Latest News


The Economic Survey 2016 makes front page news this morning. "Survey is grim but hopeful on economy" leads the Business Line. The paper adds from 7 to 7.5 percent for Financial year 2017 sees nation growing at 8-10 per cent in 2 - 5 years. The paper also quotes the survey as saying "Take away bounties from the rich", Subsidies worth 1 lakh crore rupees which go to the well off can be directed at poor. "India keeps up tempo against all odds" is the lead headline in the Pioneer.

Writing on the Murthal Mass rape, Mail Today writes "Team to probe Murthal Mass rape mystery", "3 Women cop panel will probe Murthal rapes", writes the Times of India. The papers also quotes the state government as saying that the "Jat Stir claimed 30 lives".

"Opposition goes all guns blazing at Irani" headlines the Pioneer. The paper adds that Mayawati, Yechury rap Smriti over claim on Rohit's Facebook post, recitation of sacrilegious posters. All the other major newspapers also carry this story.

The Hindustan Times writes that a week after Washington's proposal to make F-16 and F-18 fighters in India, Delhi will see a string of visits by top US defence officials. The heightened engagement coincides with India's displeasure at the planned US sale of F-16s to Pakistan.

Commenting on the latest on Kanhaiya Kumar the Asian Age writes "Kanhaiya is sent back to Tihar after joint grilling" "Lawyers get Supreme Court notice for thrashing Kanhaiya" informs the Times of India.

Hindustan Times reports that retirement fund body EPFO has tightened the norms on withdrawal of provident fund and its investment in Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana for its over 50 million subscribers. The paper quotes a senior official as saying "Now subscribers wont be able to claim withdrawal of their provident fund after attaining the age of 54. They will have to wait till they are 57."

And finally, our intelligence depends on our brains personality. Well, Hindustan Times reports that our brains have traits too, and these traits present a unique way to examine how they differ between people, a study says. This knowledge can help researchers study subtle differences linked to cognitive abilities, the researchers said.

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