Friday, March 4, 2016

Hyderabad to host Amazon’s largest facility outside of US

Hyderabad to host Amazon’s largest facility outside of US


    Congress Vice President's speech in the Lok Sabha finds prominence in today's newspapers. "India is not Modi: Rahul targets PM" headlines Hindustan Times. "Listen to the voice of the people" quotes Indian Express. "PM to reply today" says Pioneer. The Hindu quotes Finance Minister Jaitley's words "When will Gandhi scion become mature?"
    "Government-Congress war escalates, Finance Minister says none to be spared in PC's son's case" headlines The Times of India in the ongoing investigation of the Aircel-Maxis deal. "Government has no holy cows" reports the Business Standard.
    On the Ishrat Jahan case, Hindustan Times notes: "Ministry of Home Affairs official Mani has flip-flop Ishrat record". "BJP, Congress trade charges, Sonia defends PC" says The Statesman. "SIT officer breaks silence: Ishrat killing was premeditated murder" reports the Indian Express.
    On the EPF tax move in the Budget, The Pioneer reports "Budget debate will shape up final call: Jaitley". "Online campaign against EPF tax gets 1 lakh 40 thousand signatures on the first day" reports the Hindustan Times.
    Kanhaiya gets 6 months interim bail is another top story today. "To be free today" headlines the Asian Age. "Early Holi in Masnadpur village" reports the Hindu about the celebrations in the JNU students union President's native village in Bihar.
    "Asking whether the legal profession could afford half-baked lawyers, the Supreme Court on Wednesday favoured the pre-enrollment examination for the licence to practise law in the country" reports the Hindu.
    "Ayurveda graduates in Haryana can now prescribe allopathic medicines," is a report in The Tribune. This is being celebrated as "a great victory" for the doctors who are being taught allopathic subjects in their courses.
    "Uber To Taxi on Two wheels as well" reports the Economic Times. " Bike service UberMOTO to debut in Bengaluru today; fares as low 3 rupees per kilometre. It is being looked at as a way to combat traffic and pollution woes". Seems like a win-win situation!.
    And finally, Hindustan Times reports, if you are looking for a perfect wedding destination then marriage cruise service will start soon, for you courtesy the Gadkari Ministry reports Hindustan Times.

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