Sunday, May 8, 2016

Hyderabad photographs go global

Hyderabad photographs go global


    The Agusta row continues to dominate headlines in almost all the major dailies this morning. "Parrikar invokes Bofors, Congress fires 'illusion' barb." leads Hindustan Times. "On board Agusta, government aims a Bofors.", states The Indian Express. The Times of India quotes Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar as saying, "Agusta won't be Bofors, we'll nail the bribe-takers."

    The latest on the Uttarakhand crisis is also prominently noticed by the papers. "Uttarakhand floor test on May 10th, Supreme Court to monitor.", informs The Tribune.

    On the Bombay High Court order on beef, The Times of India writes "High Court state can't dictate citizen's 'choice of food', decriminalises beef." "Bombay High Court decriminalises possession of beef with  a rider ", writes The Statesman.

    Referring to the Prime Minister's speech in Hosur in Western Tamil Nadu the Asian Age writes "PM adopts Italian strategy." "Modi takes 'Italy Link' swipe at Congress", states The Pioneer, adding that "PM says those found guilty in Agusta scam won't be spared."

    Most of the papers carry reports and photographs of the Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh led Congress's 'save democracy march' against the NDA government from Jantar Mantar  to Parliament.

    "State-run medical colleges may get National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) exemption" speculates The Pioneer. "Second chance only for those who missed NEET-I" , writes The Hindu.

    The Asian Age reports that Sadiq Khan, the son of a bus driver , became London's first Muslim mayor, defeating a Conservative challenger who attempted to link him to extremism and securing a much-needed victory for his Opposition Labour Party.

    "Nepal turns bellicose, spurns India's hand", says The Pioneer. The paper writes, Nepal rejects offer to help build International airport; Nepal President cancels India visit; envoy recalled.

    The Times of India reports that  Obesity could be contagious as gut bacteria from overweight people spreads to slimmer people , research has found.

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