Saturday, May 28, 2016

'Mass rape' video on social media shocks Brazil

'Mass rape' video on social media shocks Brazil


    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address at a rally in Saharanpur in UP to celebrate two years of NDA rule at the Centre dominates the front pages. The Pioneer quotes Mr Modi as saying "Not a single taint on govt in two years". The Times of India highlights an announcement made by the Prime Minister at the rally under the caption "To beat shortfall, doctors in govt. hospitals to retire at 65".
    The Indian Express carries an exclusive interview with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in which it quotes him as  saying "Govt. will bridge any trust deficit with minorities".
    All the papers take note of the Punjab and Haryana High Court's decision to put a stay on the reservation for Jats and five other communities in government jobs and education in Haryana. "HC strikes down Haryana's 10% quota for Jats" reports the Hindustan Times. The Tribune quotes Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar as saying "Will try to get it vacated".
    The Supreme Court's decision to allow an Italian marine, Salvatore Girone, accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012 to go home with certain conditions attached finds traction in all the papers. The Times of India reports "Italian marine to remain within SC's authority : Dont influence witness, Court tells Girone".
    The killing of a Congolese student in Delhi on Friday has had worrying repercussions. "Mobs in Congo react to lynching in Delhi, 7 Indians hurt in violence" states the Pioneer.
    The Economic Times writes that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said that India will not become a party to any further legal process of appeal in the Italian apex court on the Agusta Westland chopper case.
    The Government's ordinance on the Common Medical Entrance Exam, NEET, is in for a legal challenge reports the Asian Age as it writes "SC moved on NEET ordinance".
    And of the birth of a baby who has set a new national record. The Asian Age states "Heaviest baby , all of 6.8 Kgs born in Karnataka".

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