Monday, April 18, 2016

Ecuador earthquake: Deaths rise to 235

Ecuador earthquake: Deaths rise to 235


    "On Day 2, odd-even politics takes wheel". Under this caption, Hindustan Times writes that "day two" of the car-rationing scheme to unclog the city’s roads and clear its foul air opened on Saturday with chief minister Arvind Kejriwal accusing the BJP of sabotage and suspecting it of being behind an auto-taxi strike called on Monday.
    The Indian Express reports that Pakistan Police have claimed to have arrested two alleged agents of Research & Analysis Wing from southern Sindh province.
    Under the caption, "After Mann Ki Baat, govt. eyes cross-border charcha", The Hindu says that All India Radio officials are calling it a soft diplomatic initiative involving the humble radio which will broadcast to neighbouring Bangladesh an interesting mix of programmes from AIR’s External Services Division.
    Badgered by temple office-bearers for moving to ban a popular fireworks event in Kollam, Kollam District Collector Shainamool is in the middle of a storm in Kerala with the state DGP accusing her of failing to prevent the temple tragedy, writes The Sunday Express.
    Faced with acute water shortage, the Aurangabad authorities in the parched Marathwada region have announced a 20% cut for breweries in the region, writes The Asian Age.
    Mail Today reports that some of the top doctors of Indian origin in the UK have warned the young Indian doctors about pursuing their profession in the UK saying the system there is notoriously racist, discriminatory and awful.
    And finally, it was perhaps one of their most awaited photo-ops in India: British royal couple William and Kate at the Taj Mahal, 24 years after a forlorn Diana was pictured sitting alone on a marble bench with the stunning 17th century monument in the background, writes The Times of India.


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