Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Bangladesh LGBT editor hacked to death

Bangladesh LGBT editor hacked to death


    The Asian Age, Mail Today and other papers, carry a picture of an emotional Chief Justice of India - Justice T.S. Thakur at a conference in Delhi where he attacked present & past governments for not improving judges and population ratio & blaming judiciary unfairly for huge backlog with people languishing in Jails.
    Retired judicial officials may be appointed as ad-hoc judges is the resolution adopted at the conference, reports The Business Standard. The Prime Minister has assured of setting up a panel to solve the problem has also been reported.
    "Mallya's passport revoked in first step to bring him back", is the Hindu headline.
    FSSAI sets iron limit in Tea powder at 150 mg per kg - interestingly it is presumed that due to wear and tear in the machinery, iron fillings enter tea dust during manufacturing process, reports the Pioneer.
    Controversy over Salman Khan's selection as the goodwill ambassador for Indian Olympics finds mention in many papers. A sports person like PT Usha & Milkha Singh or Anju Bobby George instead of an actor should have been the right choice echoes a Pioneer report.
    "Goodwill ambassador gets some cheer, some jeer" headlines The Tribune
    Now some other stories in various papers.
    Raghuram Rajan not the top paid man at RBI.
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi pitching for mass campaign  to save water in Mann-ki-Baat.
    2 people being killed in Aligarh Muslim University gunfight.
    A Shiv Moggo boy Pavan Kumar doing a Manjhi by digging a well of his own.
    105 motor vehicles stolen in Delhi, a rise of 40 per cent.
    Now Paddy straw to be used as fuel in brick kiln industry in  Punjab
    The diamond city of sunset, Surat, is the first one in India to implement concept of safe city with 24 x 7 video surveillance work reports Financial Express. 

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