Thursday, April 21, 2016

Telangana government cool on heat deaths

Telangana government cool on heat deaths


    The Bengaluru violence forcing the government to roll back the employees provident fund (EPF) decision makes for front page news in most of the dailies. "Bengaluru violence forces rollback of PF restrictions" leads Hindustan Times. "After Bengaluru violence, government withdraws tighter EPF rule" states the Asian Age.
    The government's U-turn on Kohinoor return is noticed by the papers. The government will now make all efforts to bring back the Kohinoor a day after telling the Supreme Court that the diamond was a gift to the United Kingdom.
    Writing on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's trip to Kashmir, the Tribune writes "PM invokes Vajpayee for taking Jammu and Kashmir to 'new heights', says will work shoulder to shoulder with Mehbooba for development".
    Commenting on the latest confrontation of the AAP government with the Centre, Hindustan Times says "Jung in dark as AAP government names prisons chief". "AAP government appoints new DG, Tihar, L-G nullifies it" informs the Hindu.
    The Business Standard quotes the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as saying "Good monsoon may push growth to 8.5 percent".
    "Centre rejects Tamil Nadu's proposal to free Rajiv Gandhi killers" leads the Hindu adding the "Home Ministry says  it has no authority as issue is sub judice".
    And finally, The Times of India reports that William Shakespeare is understood better in India than in the UK. The iconic playwright's popularity in the emerging economies exceeds his fame in the UK, a survey has found. 

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