Friday, May 13, 2016

Social media the new mantra for Indian gurus

Social media the new mantra for Indian gurus


    Harish Rawat being formally declared the winner in the Uttarakhand assembly trust vote makes for front page news in all the dailies this morning."Centre retreats from Uttarakhand as Supreme Court upholds Congress trust win"leads the Times of India."It's official now: Uttarakhand to get back Rawat government"says Hindustan Times.
    "Apex court strikes down TRAI's call drop regulation, terms it arbitrary, unreasonable and non transparent"informs the Financial Express .All the other major newspapers also carry this story on their front pages.
    The deportation issue of Vijay Mallya also gets prominently noticed by the press. "Getting Mallya just got tougher" states Hindustan Times. The Pioneer quotes United Kingdom as telling India that "Can't deport but can extradite Mallya, realize gravity of charges, keen to assist you".
    "Supreme Court pulls up Centre, States for failing to tackle drought" leads the Hindu, adding "Finds 'lack of will' to save people, driving them to suicide, starvation". "Supreme Court raps Centre, States on drought" writes the Asian Age.
    On the Sheena Bora murder case the Asian Age writes "Indrani Driver want to reveal truth". "Indrani's driver ready to sing" says the pioneer.
    Reffering to the Agusta-Westland deal the Economic Times writes "Sleuths Dismiss Christian Michel's claims". The paper writes that the middle man is seen as key in swinging contract. The Mail Today quotes Michel as saying "Tyagi a front in bigger picture".
    The Asian Age reports that Queen Elezabeth II was caught on camera describing some Chinese officials as 'very rude' in a rare diplomatic goof up by the long serving British monarch.
    And finally, seafood once a week may reduce memory loss. Well, Hindustan Times reports eating a meal of seafood or other foods with omega-3 fatty acids at least once a week may protect against age-related memory loss,a new US study has claimed.

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