Monday, May 16, 2016

PM Modi speaks to Gandhi’s grandson living in Delhi old age home

PM Modi speaks to Gandhi’s grandson living in Delhi old age home


    US support for India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG in the face of opposition from China is widely reported on the front pages of most papers. "US snubs China, says India fit  for NSG club" reports the Pioneer.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address at an international conference on the sidelines of the Simhastha Kumbh mela in Ujjain is prominently noticed in the press. The Tribune reports the Prime Minister as saying "Global warming, terror key issues" while the Asian quotes him as saying "Shed holier than thou attitude to end conflict".

    The 570 crore rupee cash seizure in poll bound Tamil Nadu by the Election Commission is widely noticed with most  papers highlighting a vey unique claimant to the money. "State Band of India claims 570 crore EC haul in Tamil Nadu its cash" reports the Statesman.

    Most papers report that R K Pachauri, the former chief of The Energy Research Institute or TERI, has been summoned as an accused by a Delhi court in a sexual harassment case. The Hindustan Times writes "Pachauri to be tried for sexual harassment, rules Court".

    The Mail Today provides us an interesting statistic about Parliamentarians....It writes that just 50 members out of the total 800 parliamentarians from both the houses avail the parliament's library facilities.

    The Times of India takes note of a traveler's guide brought out by the Indian Council of Cultural Relations or ICCR for foreign visitors and students. Citing the information contained in the guide, the paper writes "Dating uncommon, queueing up more so".

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