Thursday, March 17, 2016

Trump presidency rated among top 10 global risks: EIU

Trump presidency rated among top 10 global risks: EIU


    The passing of the Aadhaar Bill in both houses of Parliament finds place on the front pages of all dailies. "Lok Sabha passes original draft" reports Times of India. "Government has last word" says Hindustan Times, "amid acrimonious debates" headlines the Hindu. "Through, after opposition scores a few brownie points"  Says, Indian Express.
    "Wary Haryana prepares for Jat unrest, again" is a lead story in the Tribune. "Jat leaders threaten to resume agitation if their demand for quota is not met by March 17. Deputy Commissioners to make preventive arrests under the National Security Act." Writes the NewsPaper.
    "Lok Sabha Ethics committee to probe TMC sting. CPM demand for JPC into bribe charge rejected" notes The Pioneer.
    "Pathankot attack response badly managed, says oppositon" headlines Hindustan Times. "Rajnath Singh says 6 attackers were killed in operation" adds the paper.
    In some relief for students, "CBSE softens on hard Class 12 maths exam", reports the Hindustan Times. "Remedial measures could be in the form of lenient checking" says Board Chairman.
    "Ex-soldiers to teach patriotism in schools. HRD Ministry sets in motion move to toughen school kids physically, mentally by engaging retired armymen" is the lead story in Mail Today.
    "AIMIM legislator Waris Pathan suspended from the Maharashtra Assembly for rest of Budget Session for his refusal to say 'Bharat Mata ki Jai'" reports the Pioneer. "Now it's Congress: Bharat Mata ki Jai or else..." says the Indian Express.
    Newspapers today report that "Crocin Cold and Flu, D-cold Total, Nasivion and Nimulid are among 350 drugs on ban list by Government".
    And, finally, Several newspapers carry pictures of artists taking measurements of PM Narendra Modi to place him in Madam Tussaud's in London. A matter of pride for India!

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