Saturday, June 25, 2016

Female Infosys employee hacked to death in Chennai

Female Infosys employee hacked to death in Chennai


    In the backdrop of India actively seeking membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG, the meeting of this prestigious body underway in Seoul dominates the headlines. The Hindustan Times writes "Most nations back India, China last hurdle in NSG : Modi meets Xi in Tashkent; decision on India's entry likely today".
    BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy's allegations that Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das is involved in a property case linked to Congress leader P Chidambram is widely reported. The Indian Express states "Swamy targets economic affairs secretary, Finance Minister terms it false attack".
    The Bombay High Court's displeasure at the CBI and  ATS's handling of the murder cases of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar and CPI leader Govind Pansare is prominently noticed. "HC says CBI, SIT dragging their feet" reports the Hindustan Times. The Asian Age writes "Court warns of action on officials who divulge probe details".
    The Tribune in a special story reports "government to set up rail regulator independent of Railway Ministry". The paper adds that that the rail regulator, which will now fix freight and passenger tariffs will function under the Finance ministry.
    The Business Standard,in a story captioned "Government to include forests under Swachh Bharat" writes that 10 forest reserves and 10 tourist spots, mostly religious places will be cleaned up under the Swachh Bharat Mission.
    And finally, the appointment of former cricket captain Anil Kumble as the head coach of the Indian cricket team is noticed on the front pages of most papers. The Hindu highlights another former captain Sunil Gavaskar's reaction as it writes "Achche din ahead, says Gavaskar".                    

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