Thursday, May 12, 2016

Air pollution in UK ‘wreaking havoc on human health', WHO warns

Air pollution in UK ‘wreaking havoc on human health', WHO warns


    The Uttarakhand floor test dominates headlines in the press today.
    "Floor test done, Congress set to regain Uttarakhand" leads the Hindustan Times. The Indian Express writes "Congress has numbers, Supreme Court the result".
    "Delhi University registrar says Modi's degree authentic", notices the Hindustan Times on its front page.
    "Agusta middleman visited India 180 times between 2005 and 2013", the Times of India cites records of the Foreign Regional Registration Office. Hindustan Times reports, 3 firms linked to Agusta Westland middleman, Christian Michel, come under CBI scanner, also stating, "Three Agusta choppers stay grounded at Palam airbase".
    "2,000 Indian links in fresh ICIJ leaks" in the latest edition ofPanama Papers, informs the Pioneer.
    "India fails to get Mallya deported", but U.K. agrees to consider request for extradition, reports the Hindu.
    "Lok Sabha records 120% productivity, Rajya Sabha 84% ; Limited damage to proceedings despite BJP-Congress slugfest over Agusta" writes the Times of India.
    "Forget Drought, India Doubles its Grape Exports to Europe" informs the Economic Times, as farmers from Maharashtra used tanker water, accounting for nearly 98% of the grape exported this fiscal, at a price cheaper than that charged by Chile.
    "Supreme Court allows diesel tourist taxis to run as city cabs" reports the Times of India. "Relief for diesel cabs in Delhi till permit lasts", says the Pioneer.
    The Indian Express reports, Poorest district leaps to top 5 in Odisha with 92% pass in Class X Boards, of Odisha's Nabarangpur district.
    "Second year in a row, IAS topper is a Delhi woman" covers the Hindustan Times on its front page. The Indian Express mentions "UPSC topper from Delhi picks 'big paradox' Haryana as cadre".
    And finally, "Radio waves may power smartphones in the future" relieving you of the annoyance of carrying your charger around, notes the Times of India.

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