Thursday, February 18, 2016

JNU issue: Kanhaiya Kumar not beaten up, says Delhi top cop Bassi | The Financial Express

JNU issue: Kanhaiya Kumar not beaten up, says Delhi top cop Bassi | The Financial Express


"Centre says its ready to discuss JNU as row on sedition simmers" is the Hindustan Times headline. Jaitley defends police action against agitating students - Supreme Court agrees to hear plea on Court brawl.

"JNU Student leader given clean chit in police report is the Asian Age headline saying there are questions raised over hurry to book Kanhaiya for sedition.

'Umar' not Kanhaiya, led anti-national protest: FIR is the Times of India headline.

The Jat reservation agitation which began on 14th Feb has spread to Sonepat, Jhajjar, Bhiwani and Hissar leading to many roads being blocked makes front page news in The Tribune.

Controversial Biotechnology giant Monsanto will establish a seed unit in DEVLGAON RAJA, Buldhena district of Vidarbha region -- this was disclosed in the Make in India week in the presence of Maharashtra Chief Minister, says a Business Standard report.

In some good news for Indians farmers, the Financial Express reports the very delicious and popular Basmati rice, has finally got Geographical Indication, a good 7 years after applying.

In a queer news, the many youth of Paniya and KATTUNAIKAR in PALAKKAD marry minor girls as part their tradition and unknowingly land up behind bars an charges of rape, reports the Hindu.

And Some other stories covered by various newspapers are:-

BJP led NDA bagging 7 of 12 seats in 8 states in recent bypolls.

India adding 3,790 mega watt of solar capacity by March 31, 2016.

A 404 carat diamond costing 14 million dollars being found in Angola.

And, Former UN-Secretary General Boutros Boutros Ghali's death at 93.

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