From shorts to pants: India’s 91-year old Hindu nationalist group is changing - The Washington Post
'Securities and Exchange Board of India(SEBI)'s decision to bar wilful defaulters from being appointed on the boards of listed companies and raising funds through stocks and bonds is the top story in the newspapers this morning."Sebi cracks whip on wilful defaulters" leads Hindustan Times. "SEBI bans wilful defaulters form tapping capital market for funds" writes the Hindu.
In a related story the Times of India writes "CBI to probe if neatas pushed Mallya loans" adding will "look into why banks ralaxed norms". The Pioneer quotes Prime Minister Modi as saying "India haven of macroeconomic stability". While the Asian Age quotes him as saying "Will continue on reform-transform path".
Referring to the row sparked by Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad the Asian Age writes "Azad links RSS to ISIS, BJP seeks apology". "Azad likens RSS to Islamic State, gets flak from BJP, others" comments the Hindustan Times.
"RSS bats for women's right to enter temples" states the Times of India. "RSS presses government for higher allocation for education" informs the Hindu. The Asian Age quotes the RSS as saying "Need nationalistic education". The Hindu reports that Air passengers will get a higher compensation in case of death, injury, lost baggage or inordinate delay in flights as the carriage by Air (Amendment) Bill was passed by Parliament on Friday.
And finally, too much sleep could be harmful for you. Well the Times of India reports those who get more than eight hours sleep a night are at risk of muscular degeneration, a disease that gradually destroys sharp, central vision.