Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Busy schedule likely for Apple CEO Tim Cook in India

Busy schedule likely for Apple CEO Tim Cook in India


    Exit polls on the Assembly election results dominate the lead today.
    "Exit polls signal Ist win for BJP in Assam, Big majority for Didi" is the Times of India headline. "Mamata may buck trend of upsets for incumbents" leads the Business Standard, as "most exit polls see loss for Jaya; Assam for BJP;  Left turn for Kerala".
    The Pioneer writes "Exit polls, Enters Confusion" as huge margins in predictions baffles viewers and experts.
    "Centre mulls ordinance on NEET relief" reports the Tribune.
    "Anandiben on way out ahead of 2017 polls?" asks the Pioneer. The Asian Age says "Patel stir may cost Anandiben her job", while the Times of India reports "BJP dismisses buzz over Gujarat Chief Minister change".
    "Cheap power for industry to push Make in India" states the Business Standard, of the Union Power Ministry working on a model of cheap power at fixed long-term rates for industry.
    The Financial Express reports "EPFO to provide 3-year life cover to subscribers after job loss".
    "No reply to query, NIA writes to Pak: Allow us to visit for Pathankot probe" is the lead in the Indian Express.
    "Banks seek government's protection to reach deal with Mallya" to settle loan default, covers the Times of India on its front page.
    "Wrestler Sushil moves Delhi High Court to seek fair trial for Olympic berth" reports the Hindustan Times.
    "Maneka recasts policy to aid single women" states the Times of India, of Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi revising the National Policy on Women for the first time since 2001.

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