Thursday, March 31, 2016

England's defeat of New Zealand was the best one-day performance I have seen from us in the last 25 years

England's defeat of New Zealand was the best one-day performance I have seen from us in the last 25 years 


    The Uttarakhand floor-test is the lead in most papers today.
    "High Court orders floor test, allows disqualified MLAs to take part" is the Hindu headline. "Centre versus state now Court versus Centre" is the lead in the Indian Express. "NDA government to challenge order on trust vote" before a division bench of the High Court, reports the Times of India.
    "Jaish audio clip on Pathankot attack played to Pakistan Probe Team" writes the Hindustan Times. The Indian Express states "Arriving to protests, Pakistan investigators retrace route terrorists took to airbase".
    The paper also notes, an IS recruit, arrested by the NIA in January, "tells probe team he threw explosives in Delhi drain", as he panicked at the last moment.
    On the hijack drama, the Pioneer says "Love not terror led to Egyptian plane hijack". The Hindustan Times calls it "Plane crazy: Man held for Egypt Air hijack over ex-wife".
    "Centre allows 100 percent FDI in online marts" with the rider that they cannot influence pricing, informs the Financial Express. The Economic Times says, offline rivals claim victory with riders such as the discount clause.
    "86 Sahara properties to go under hammer" reports the Pioneer. The Times of India states, "Supreme Court asks SEBI to sell Sahara assets to raise 5,000 cr. rupees for Roy's bail".
    Financial Express notes "Mallya offers 2,000 crore rupees to settle all Kingfisher loans". Economic Times reports "Kingfisher Logo put on Block" with base price fixed at 366.7 crore rupees.
    "Inoperative EPF accounts to earn interest now" reports the Hindu and the Hindustan Times, a move that will benefit 90 million account holders.
    "Virat, India top ICC rankings" notes the Asian Age as Virat Kohli became the top-ranked batsman, while team India retained the top spot in the team list.
    And finally, the Hindu reports, renowned playback singer, P Susheela has been recognised by both the Guinness World Records and Asia Book of Records for recording the most number of songs in Indian languages.

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