Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Charges against Robert Vadra part of political conspiracy, says Sonia

Charges against Robert Vadra part of political conspiracy, says Sonia


    "Government shifts into overdrive to contain African crisis," headlines the Hindustan Times. "India pacifies, but African anger rises," reports The Pioneer. "MEA flies down dead Congolese man's family," says Mail Today. In an unfortunate incident, "Six Africans attack cab driver in Delhi, woman arrested," reports the Hindu.
    "Stand-up comedian, Tanmay Bhat's latest video mocking Lata Mangeshkar and Sachin Tendulkar in the eye of storm" with the BJP, Shiv Sena and MNS seeking criminal action against Bhat is noticed in most dailies.
    "After drubbing, CPM top brass disowns tie-up with the Congress" is the top story in the Statesman. "The Politburo is unhappy with the Bengal unit."
    "Sitaraman backs Apple plea for sourcing waiver. Commerce Minister wants Finance Ministry to okay iPhone makers stores plan." reports The Economic Times.
    "IT probe into arms dealer unearths 'Vadra home' in UK," reports the Times of India and other dailies.
    "Overstaying abroad to cost babus jobs. Delhi government hunts for missing IAS/IPS officers, initiates action for dismissal," is a front page story in the Pioneer.
    On the Prakash Singh report of the Jat Quota violence, the Indian Express headlines, "What Haryana government hasn't made public: report that indicts top brass for inaction, caste bias."
    And, finally, in a bid to address the "cultural underpinnings of India," "Soon your neighbourhood postman will deliver 'Gangajal' at your doorstep," says Times of India. 

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