Thursday, May 26, 2016

Foxconn replaces '60,000 factory workers with robots'

Foxconn replaces '60,000 factory workers with robots'


    Newspapers today carry different leads.
    "Ordinance on new med exam okayed", says the Hindustan Times, of the NEET.
    "President in China with NSG agenda", writes the Tribune.
    Times of India carries a spread on the new govt. in Kerala, terming it "A Left Turn to the Future".
    The Indian Express, in its series on the state of the economy, leads with "Demand-driven boost to economy rides on rains, rural income, Pay Commission's hike".
    The air-ambulance crash-landing in a Delhi village, receives prominent attention with photographs. The Pioneer leads with it, saying "Certain Death Averted by Pilots' Skill". Hindustan Times terms it "Plane lucky in Najafgarh".
    "Twitter drops photos, videos from 140-character limit" reports the Business Standard adding that user names and media attachments will no longer count toward the length of the tweet but the 140 character limit will remain.
    "Poll-bound Lucknow tops second list of smart cities", notes the Business Standard. The Hindu Business Line carries a photograph of the city, captioning it "Pehle aap, Lucknow".
    "Stir by teachers in DU set to delay undergrad results", mention the Hindustan Times.
    Private weather forecast agency "Skymet forecasts 'above normal' rainfall", reports the Business Standard. The Pioneer says "Slow but steady bountiful monsoon to peak in September".
    "Hopes fade for rescuing two Indians missing on Everest", notes the Hindustan Times on its front page.

    "armer sells farmland to build dam", as he got no help from the Maharastra government, writes the Times of India.
    And finally, "There's pay parity in India Inc", states the Hindu Business Line, as women at the top of the corporate ladder in India enjoy far more pay parity vis-a-vis their male counterparts, than in some advanced economies.

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