Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Ganguly questions Dhoni's captaincy

Ganguly questions Dhoni's captaincy 


     Today's crucial Confidence Vote in the Uttarakhand Assembly is highlighted by most Papers. The Times of India writes, 'Less than 18 hours before dismissed Chief Minister Harish Rawat is to face a Trust Vote in the State Assembly', the Supreme Court on Monday refused to permit nine disqualified rebel Congress MLA's to vote, raising hopes in the Congress camp of winning the much anticipated Floor Test. "It's advantage Rawat", headlines The Asian Age.
    The questioning of  Prime Minister Narendra Modi's educational qualifications by the Aam Aadmi Party, as also a rebuttal by the BJP, get extensive coverage. A Hindustan Times headline reads " BJP waves Modi's degrees, AAP says they are forged".
    Mail Today reports "In an emotional response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's jibe at her Italian origins, Sonia Gandhi said at an election rally on Monday -  "India is my home and it is here that my ashes will mingle with my loved ones".
    "Markets register biggest advance in over three weeks, reports the Business Standard, with the benchmark Sensex closing at 25,688, a jump of over 460 points.
    "Delhi Diesel ban to stay, Apex Court pulls up car makers & Centre", writes Business Line of the Hindu. The Supreme Court has extended the ban on registration of new diesel vehicles with an engine capacity of 2,000 cc and above in the National Capital and National Capital Region until further notice.
    "Terminally ill patients may get the right to die", reports Mail Today. The debate over mercy killing may soon end as the Union Health Ministry has prepared a legislation on the contentious issue of Euthanasia.
    And finally, The Times of India informs us that scientist at a Mexican University have modified the micro structure of cement to create a new light-emitting cement gel that could last a hundred years and will illuminate roads, highways or bicycle lanes at night by absorbing solar energy during the day.

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