Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Nepali woman gang-raped in moving car

Nepali woman gang-raped in moving car 


    The police action following the attack on Africans in the Capital city is a lead story in many dailies. "MEA cracks down on racism; five held," reports the Pioneer. "Africans reject MEA response, plan protest," says The Hindu. The Hindustan Times headlines Delhi police's advice to Africans "don't party and drink in public because such behavior disturbs public." "Attack racist but have belief in government: African envoy," adds the paper.
    "Government alerts Canada on Khalistan terror camp," headlines the Times of India, "alerting Canada's Justin Trudeau government over camp near mission city in British Columbia to carry strikes in Punjab.
    "Fresh trouble, Rawat ally won't back Rajya Sabha nominee," reports the Tribune, "with PDF objecting to the name of Pradeep Tamta as the party's nominee." The Pioneer on the other hand reports, "five Union Minister n BJP's Rajya Sabha list." "Naidu, Naqvi in BJP list for Rajya Sabha," highlights the Asian Age.
    "Come Wednesday, eating out, travel to cost more with the 0.5 per cent Krishi Kalyan Cess on all taxable services coming into effect from the first of June," reports the Asian Age.
    "Constitution is the mother of all laws: Army tribunal rules against triple Talaq," reports the Hindustan Times.
    And Finally, "Twitterati, take note," reports the Times of India, "your Twitter profile picture can reveal your personality type." Researches have sorted profile pictures into five personality categories--- neuroticism, agreeableness, conscientiousness, extroversion and openness to experience." A picture is worth a thousand words, it seems.

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