Friday, June 17, 2016

British Labour MP Jo Cox dies after being shot and stabbed

British Labour MP Jo Cox dies after being shot and stabbed


    The new civil aviation policy tops headlines today. "Airlines, flyers to get fare deal now" says the Hindustan Times. The Times of India writes "Aviation policy puts small towns on the map for flyers".
    "As vegetables feed inflation fire, government lays out counter-measures" highlights the Hindustan Times on its front page. The Mail Today informs "Tomato prices red hot but cheaper online".
    The Economic Times takes note of "The GST clause that may burden companies playing Santa" as tax may apply to free articles given away with those purchased.
    "Punjab at stake, Kamal Nath quits" states the Asian Age.
    The Indian Express lead takes note of the probe report into the missing papers of the Ishrat Jahan encounter case, saying Additional Secretary, B.K.Prasad's coaching of a witness in the inquiry resulted in a tailormade testimony.
    "Rajan deserves two more terms", the Economic Times quotes Infosys cofounder, Narayana Murthy, of RBI governor Raghuram Rajan, also citing his praise for Modi sarkar's 'dynamism and enthusiasm'.
    The Statesman notices the "Government nod to merger of six banks with SBI" on its front page.
    "Vaccine-derived polio virus surfaces in Hyderabad" as Centre reiterates, India's polio-free status intact, reports the Pioneer.
    "Its official, Central doctors to retire at 65" informs the Tribune, of the Union Cabinet nod, also covering non-teaching staff under Central Health Services.
    "Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, says WHO agency" informs the Hindu, citing a study.
    "CP beats Manhattan in office rents" states the Hindustan Times of Connaught place being the world's seventh most expensive office space, ahead of New York and Mumbai.
    And finally, "Soldier returns home, seven years after 'death' ". Bollywood can't better this story, writes the Times of India, of a soldier who lost his memory in an accident, was declared dead by the Army, but returned home after regaining his memory in another accident!

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