Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Salute! Hyderabad lady police constables help woman deliver baby on road

Salute! Hyderabad lady police constables help woman deliver baby on road


    The issuing of a non bailable arrest warrant for loan fraud against Vijay Mallya, External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj asking China to review its action blocking Indian bid to get Masood Azhar banned by the UN,  the Uttrakhand High Court observing that the Governor should have stayed his hands" while dealing with the speaker over Assembly proceedings and gymnast Dipa Karmakar vaulting into Indian sports history are some lead stories across papers today.
    The Mail Today leads with the story of India's Dipa Karmakar becoming the first female gymnast from the country to qualify for the Olympics.
    Referring to the government's stance on its claim on the Kohinoor Diamond, the Asian Age writes, "Government says can't get back Kohinoor, it was gifted, not taken by force".
    The Times of India reports that P. Chidambaram had signed the original affidavit describing Ishrat Jahan as part of a Lashkar-Module.
    The Business section of the Hindustan Times writes that for 2015-2016, exports fell 15.8 percent to a five year low of 261.13 billion dollars due to fragile global demand and low commodity prices.
    The Financial Express writes that while the government's plan to increase the minimum wage will be welcomed by workers and trade unions, but if not matched by increases in productivity, this could hit overall employment growth, which is already quite poor.
    Writing about the dramatic increase in taxi fares by app based service providers during the roll out of the odd-even scheme in Delhi, the Times of India headlines "Uber, Ola suspend "Surge pricing" as government sends notice on high fares".
    And finally, "Over 40? asks the Times of India? Then work just three days a week. The paper writes that according to researchers, middle aged people are most productive in this time frame.

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