Thursday, March 24, 2016

Brussels attack: ISIS video celebrates attacks, calls for jihad after bombings

Brussels attack: ISIS video celebrates attacks, calls for jihad after bombings


    The Asian Age reports of the Central Government decision of hiking the dearness allowance by 6% to 125% of basic pay of 50 lakh Central government employees and 58 lakh pensioners.
     "Police says brothers, set off bombs, hunt for 3rd suspect" says The Hindu headline about the Brussels bomb attack.
    India and France have inked a pact to construct 6 nuclear reactors at Jaitapur in Maharashtra has been reported by Financial Express.
    The Muslim Personal law is outside Supreme Court jurisdiction, asserts All India Muslim personal law board, says a front page Times of Indian story.
     Air India weigh options to cut government stake to 51% is the Business Standard headline. It impects to turn profitable in 2018-2019 through better restructuring says the report.
     Wonder  what to do with e-waste? Well, soon a reverse chain will be created by manufacturers when they will set incentives for taking back electronic items and recycled, according to new E-waste management rule 2016, reports Pioneer on the front page.
     Yet once again during Holi, Indian small manufacturers have suffered about 75% losses as the Chinese Holi products like sprinkles balloons and colors are selling like hot cakes. They are cheap but highly toxic, says a Hindu Business Line report. The Chinese products contain acids, diesel, engine oil, mica, glass powder and other harmful chemicals says the paper.`
    "Canada farmers are growing lentils to feed India" headlines the Economic Times saying that pulses is now the big money crop, cereals and oilseeds are not, as India is the biggest impoter.
    Delhi University inspiring 100 school students with a guided tour of Vice regal lodge cell where Shaheed Bhagat Singh was kept locked by Britishers, on his martyrdom day yesterday has been covered by Hindu.
    AIIMS being fined 25 lakh Rs for medical negligence, Kanhaiya Kumar JNUSU President barred from entering Hyderabad University, corporate India courts Women lawyers are some other stories covered by Newspapers.

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