Monday, April 25, 2016

How can 18,000 judges tackle 3 crore cases, CJI TS Thakur asks PM Modi

How can 18,000 judges tackle 3 crore cases, CJI TS Thakur asks PM Modi


    The latest development in Uttarakhand is noticed by most of the papers this morning."High Court defers hearing of Uttarkhand Congress rebels."leads Hindustan Times adding"suspense is alive, fate of 9 MLA's to be decided tomorrow.""Uttarkhand developments set to rock Parliament" leads the Statesman.
    Most of the papers carry photographs of Barack Obama meeting Prince George the "adorable" 3 year old son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. While the Asian Age carries a photograph of the US President shaking hands with the actors after watching a part of British playwright William Shakespeare's play Hamlet while touring the Globe Theatre in London.
    The Times of India quotes the Delhi government telling the High Court that "Ola and Uber operating taxis illegally". The Pioneer quotes the AAP government as telling the High Court that the "App-based taxi operator didn't seek licence".
    The Indian Express quotes the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti as saying " If US, Iran can make new start why not India, Pakistan".
    On the Jat reservation protests in Haryana the Times of India writes "Jat quota protest most-filmed riot, clips nail guilty".
    The Asian Age reports that Hyderabad is the third noisiest metro in India after Mumbai and Lucknow as per a report by the Central Pollution Control Board.
    The Pioneer reports that India will soon have its first four-legged gallantry award winner. The Union Home Ministry has recommended the Defence Ministry to grant NSG canine Rocky a Sena Medal for its gallant action in the counter-terror operation at the Pathankot air-base in January.
    The Times of India in a front page story reports that over 50 children in the age group of one month to 14 years die of cancer every day in India, according to a recent study.
    And finally, knowledge of banana's may help save lives. Well, Hindustan Times reports Banana contain important vitamin-precursor compounds which if better understood can save thousands of children from dying and becoming blind say the researchers.

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