Monday, May 30, 2016

IPL: David Warner Leads SRH to Maiden Title, Heartbreak For Virat Kohli

IPL: David Warner Leads SRH to Maiden Title, Heartbreak For Virat Kohli 


    The front pages of prominent dailies have featured the 2nd anniversary gala of the NDA government. "PM Hails end of corruption" reads a Hindustan Times headline while Sunday Pioneer caption says, "Ek nayi subah on eve of Modi government's 3rd year". Indian Express headline says, "PM: Don't create false despondency" and the Times of India writes Mr. Modi said the country faces a choice between `vikaswad' (development) and `virodhwad' (obstructionism) and the people are well placed to make the right choice.

    The Times of India reports the CBSE class 10 results are out with girls again outperforming boys. Hindustan Times says the passing percentage came down from 97.32% last year to 96.21% this year.

    "Will bring back Pandits with dignity: Mehbooba" - under that headline, the Sunday Tribune says J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has vowed to bring back Kashmiri Pandits with dignity to transit accommodation in the valley.

    Under the headline, "Chorus against triple talaq grows louder", Hindustan Times reports that more and more young, educated Muslim women are defying personal law and demanding a ban on unilateral divorce.

    A week after the road rage killing of a Congolese man in Delhi that sparked a diplomatic row and violence against Indians in Congo, four attacks on African nationals by residents in Chattarpur were reported, says Hindustan Times.

    Sunday Pioneer reports that 70% of the 4,064 CCTV cameras installed in the national capital by Delhi Police are said to have become non-functional.

    In news that could sound like music to your ears, the Indian Railways plans to launch "clone trains" on high demand routes that will be run within an hour of a scheduled train's departure to accommodate those on the waiting list, writes the Hindu.

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