Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Killer manholes dot Hyderabad roads

Killer manholes dot Hyderabad roads


    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mann ki Baat' on All India Radio yesterday makes for front page news in almost all papers. Modi warns of crackdown on tax evaders says the Hindu. The PM also said that Amnesty scheme would not be extended beyond September 30th.
    'Modi recalls black night of Emergency in 'Mann ki Baat' is the Pioneer headline.
    The Asian Age reports that the National mission for clean Ganga is thinking of carrying out "in situ bioremediation of drains" that empty into the Ganga.
    The Financial Express reports that Indian Investors lost nearly 2 lakh crore in wealth on Friday following Brexit or Britain's decision to exit from EU.
    102 sportspersons have been selected already making India the largest contingent for Olympics this year reports the Pioneer. And for the first time, India has crossed the 100 persons mark for Olympics.
    Three McDonald outlets have been found reusing 16 days old stale oil for cooking flouting health safety norms is a report in Hindustan Times.
    The Punjabi Kinnow is doing balle balle in Russia says an Asian Age report. 5,000 tonnes Kinnow were exported as Russia stopped buying oranges from Turkey last year.
    The jail outlets at Shimla Dharamshala and Nahan called pehal now have handloom, handicrafts and bakery items made by prisoners reports the Tribune.
    Home Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurating the 300th Shaheedi Samagam of legendary Sikh warrior Banda Bahadur Singh in Punjab/ 21 women pickpockets being held on Delhi Metro on Sunday/ Cyber space to be Prasar Bharati's next step are some other stories covered by newspapers.

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