Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Hyderabad: May could turn out ‘cooler’

Hyderabad: May could turn out ‘cooler’


    The meeting between the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan is covered prominently in newspapers today. The Indian Express leads "Foreign Secretaries break the ice, remain frosty". "Pakistan can't deny impact of terror on talks, says India" headlines the Hindustan Times.
    The fire in the FICCI building yesterday finds wide mention. Hindustan Times terms it "A Bonfire of Natural History".  "Irreplaceable History Lost" including a 160-million-year-old Indian dinosaur's fossil, leads the Pioneer. "Fire safety system was not working" reports the Asian Age.
    "Bank to get info on Mallya's foreign assets" writes the Hindu Business Line. The Pioneer states "Supreme Court discloses details of Mallya's assets, asks banks to go ahead".
    "Italian Court verdict gives BJP ammunition to gun for 'Signora Gandhi' in House" is the lead in the Times of India, on the Agusta Westland deal.
    On the Panama papers leak, the Indian Express writes "Panama heat: I-T knocks on 3 Delhi doors".
    Supreme Court tells government to set up bad loans panel" reports the Business Standard.
    A Joint Parliamentary Committee has suggested "Bankruptcy Code most cover overseas assets too" informs the Hindu Business Line.
    Democratic frontrunner in the US Presidential election, Hillary Clinton says, if elected, half of her cabinet will be women, reports the Asian Age.
    The Tribune informs, all mobile phones sold from January 2017 must have a panic button, as a women's safety measure.
    And finally, "Creating a 3 D optical illusion for safer highways"! The Hindu reports of a Road Transport Ministry plan to have 3 D paintings on roads, to act as virtual speed breakers, and prompt drivers to slow down.

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