Thursday, May 19, 2016

Telangana’s newest English daily likely to serve as KCR’s mouthpiece

Telangana’s newest English daily likely to serve as KCR’s mouthpiece 


    "Pak worried over J&K map bill", says the Asian Age. India's plan to introduce 'Geospatial information regulation bill' in Parliament that penalises anyone who does not depict Jammu & Kashmir as part of India has rattled Pakistan.
    "Mega bank in the making" is the Pioneer headline adding that The State Bank of India is all set to merge its five associate banks & the BharatiyaMahila Bank with itself.
    "5 Car models in India fail UK crash safety test", is the Tribune headline pointing to the Zero star rating given by vehicle safety group Global NCAP. However, industry experts have questioned the test at 64 kmph and not 56 kmph as is the norm.
    BJP's new RajyaSabha MP Subramanian Swamy's plea to sack RBI governor RaghuramRajan because he is "mentally not fully Indian" and is "wrecking" Indian economy makes for front page story in Indian Express.
    "Muslim group names scholarships after Modi" is a box item in the Hindu. The forum for Muslim studies & Analysis will award the NarendraModi scholarship to economically backward Muslim students who are in 12th standard or doing graduation.
    The Tribune reports of 25,000 trees being axed for four laning project along Nakodar-Moga-Barnala. Already 24,000 trees were chopped off along BIST-Doab canal says the report triggering environment vs development debate.
    The country's first driver-less metro train had its first trial run yesterday. "Driving in change", is the apt  caption of the picture of this metro on the front page of the Hindu.

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