Thursday, April 7, 2016

Telangana BJP Pushes for Safety of Outstation Students at NIT

Telangana BJP Pushes for Safety of Outstation Students at NIT


    The launch of Prime Ministers "Stand up India" initiative is one of the top stories in the dailies this morning."Prime Ministers Stand Up India launched,aimed at dalits" writes the Asian Age. The Pioneer quotes Prime Minister Modi as saying "Will turn job seekers into job creators"."Prime Minister woos UP Dalits with new jobs plan".headlines Hindustan Times.
    The RBI cutting interest rates to 5 year low is the other major story in the newspapers this morning."RBI cuts rates,eases liquidity" is the lead in Business Standard."RBI sticks to with 25 Basis Points cut" states the Financial Express adding "steps to up liquidity could mean cheaper loans."
    Referring to the Supreme Court's rap to BCCI the Times of India says "Supreme Court slams BCCI, calls it 'mutual benefit society'".
    On Bihar banning liquor, the Tribune writes "Bihar bans liquor, is fourth state to go dry". "Bihar goes totally 'dry' as summer sets in" informs the Pioneer. "Nitish government imposes total liquor ban in Bihar" notes the Asian Age.
    Referring to the Panama leak the Statesman states "Iceland Prime Minister resigns, other world leaders hit back at charges". "Big B says no links with firms on list" writes the Asian Age.
    Commenting on the latest on the Pathankot terror attack case the Asian Age writes "Fresh India, Pak blame game starts, NIA, other agencies slam 'doublespeak' on JIT visit".
    The Pioneer in a front page story writes that in "A step closer to decongest Delhi", Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari inaugurated the much awaited Palwal-Manesar stretch of Western peripheral E-way.

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