Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Panama Lawyers at Center of Offshore Scandal Make Odd Couple

Panama Lawyers at Center of Offshore Scandal Make Odd Couple


    The Prime Minister's Saudia Arabia visit, the brutal murder of the NIA officer in Bijnore, Mehbooba Mufti to take oath as J&K CM, and the beginning of the first phase of polling in Assam and West Bengal are the lead stories in today's dailies.
    Newspapers carry photographs of Prime Minister Modi receiving 'The Order of Abdullah', the highest civilian award of Saudi Arabia, in Riyadh on Sunday.
    "Made in India. India's ambitious Chandrayaan II mission will be completely indigenous, with 'minor' help from NASA, ISRO has announced" reports Hindustan Times.
    "Cheer for farmers - good monsoon ahead" is the anchor story on the Pioneer's front page. " The Met department forecasts 89 cm, which is 100 - 102 per cent of the normal."
    "Everyday medicines to cost less as regulator slashes prices by 3 per cent," notes Hindustan Times, bringing relief to the common man. "The prices of over 100 medicines have been aligned according to the change in the wholesale price index-based inflation."
    In another move that will benefit the public, "Government slashes spectrum use charge, phone bills may drop," reports the Times of India. "The move is expected to be a confidence booster ahead of the mega auctions slated for July."
    And finally...Cricket. "Six! Six! Six! Six! Windies win!" headlines Hindustan Times, of the spectacular, nail-biting, last-over clincher of the T-20 World Cup tournament. Exhibiting nerves of steel and dogged determination, it was celebration time for the euphoric Caribbean country!

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