Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Maria Sharapova starts to count cost of failed drug test, likely ban | Reuters

Maria Sharapova starts to count cost of failed drug test, likely ban | Reuters

NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

    The Art of Living event to be held on the banks of the Yamuna - is covered by most Newspapers today. "President opts out, Sri Sri mega show wades into troubled Yamuna waters" headlines The Indian Express. "The President will not be delivering the valedictory address as was announced," reports The Hindu.
    "The double whammy for liquor Mughal Vijaya Mallya" is another main story on the front pages of all dailies. "Endgame Mallya" announces Business Standard. "DRT, ED signal end of good times for Mallya" reports Financial Express.
    "Family accuses Smirti Irani of turning blind eye to dying man" reports the Hindu. "The allegations, however, were strongly refuted by the minister's office, a man claiming to be an eyewitness, and the local police," adds the paper.
    "Finance minister to clarify govt's final stand on EPF in parliament today" writes the Indian Express.
    "Prime Minister asks secretaries to attend to 10 Grievances a week" notes the Economic Times. "PM watching: Secretaries told to upload Grievance report on the E-Samiksha portal which PM monitors".
    "Sensors to curb pollution 24 x 7 soon" is a front page story in the Asian Age. Union Environment Minister Javadekar says "electronic sensors will be installed in the 80 percent of polluting industries by 31st of March" in a bid to lessen pollution.
    "National Highways to have basic amenity centres such as washrooms, drinking water and multi utility shops every 25 kilometers" reports Hindustan Times. "The Road transport ministry has unveiled a draft policy to standardise highway way side amenities that are scarce and unevenly distributed adds the paper.
    And finally, ever wanted to give feedback to the railways? It's possible now. The Hindu reports, "You can now rate trains, stations online", "on safety, cleanliness, timeliness, services and other amenities on the community network local circles." So, Time to get proactive now.

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