Saturday, March 12, 2016

Chaos a blessing in disguise: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Chaos a blessing in disguise: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: Thinking, arguing and debating will certainly lead to something meaningful, if it is done with the right intentions, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the founder of Art of Living Foundation, said here on Saturday.


'Almost all newspapers have carried pictures of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on their front pages.

This is cultural Kumbh Mela says Prime Minister at Sri Sri Festival' headlines the Hindustan Times As lakhs attend the Art of Living event in Delhi with great enthusiasm.

The Tribune reports how the World Culture Festival, the Radha Swami Satsang Beas event at Fatehpur Beri and Twenty thousand marriages yesterday led to a major challenge for Traffic policemen.

"Art of Living sets the world record on fire" despite initial hiccups like rain, gala show continues as planned in the Tribune Headline.

The Economic Times says "Sleuth hot after Mallya money trail" 'As Mallya defends self with tweets, his assets go on sale.

The Indian Express report on the front page about RSS calling for strict action against anti-national and anti-social forces in universities.

The Business Standard carries the passing of Aadhaar Bill in Lok Sabha by a voice vote on its front page. It quotes Nandan Nilekani, the Architect of Aadhaar as saying that NDA has the wisdom to take it forward and make it the Central pillar of its subsidy regime.

'Quota in promotions not a right says Supreme Court is another Hindustan Times headlines.

Other stories covered by papers are..........

A Sanskrit University to be set up at Panchkula.

17 lakh patients having visited AIIMS OPD in last 8 months.

Now videos games are being blamed for myopia among children.

Over 250 imported food samples being rejected in 2015-2016.

Leak at kakrapara nuclear plant at Surat and Phensedyl and Corex among a list of 350 banned drugs.

And finally, The Statesman carries an interesting picture of a group of Japanese tourists taking part in an Abhishek ceremony to Lord Shiva during a visit to the PATALESHWAR MAHADEV MANDIR in Jodhpur.

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