Wednesday, March 30, 2016

HC orders floor test in Uttarakhand on March 31, Centre to challenge order

HC orders floor test in Uttarakhand on March 31, Centre to challenge order


    The AAP government's second budget is one of the top stories in the dailies this morning."AAP government cut taxes, plans big spend on education, transport" headlines the Times of India."Lion's share for health,education in city budget"states the Pioneer.
    Referring to the latest on the situation in Uttarakhand, Hindustan Times writes "Uttarakhand row reaches High Court,Rawat parades MLAs"."Uttarakhand Chief Minister moves court on President rule."informs the Asian Age adding "Congress, others say Centre's order flouts top court edict".
    Writing on the Pathankot terror attack the Indian Express writes "Pakistan probe team heads to Pathankot today, political storm erupts in Delhi."The Times of India quotes the Union ministry of home affairs as saying "Jihadis may target Pakistan probe team."
    The National Film Awards also finds mention in all the dailies."Big B gets fourth, Kangana third national award"writes the Tribune. "Bollywood rules: Top acting honours for Big B,Kangana."writes the Asian Age.
    "Haryana Cabinet approves Jat quota Bill", writes the Hindu. "Khattar Cabinet clears quota Bill for Jats, four more communities", informs the Pioneer. The paper writes that "Sikhs, Bishnois, Rors and Tyagis also to benefit from reservation in government jobs."
    The Times of India quotes RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat as saying that "chanting Bharat Mata ki Jai should not be forced on people."
    The Hindu reports that Indian Citizens in distress will soon be able to get help using a single number, '112' for all emergency services in the country, including the police, fire brigade and ambulance.
    And finally, the Times of India reports that you may soon able to dial landline or mobile phone numbers from popular internet apps such as Skype, Whatsapp or Viber, following clearance for inter-connect agreement between internet service providers and telecom operators by an interministerial panel of the government.

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