Thursday, June 16, 2016

MIM saved me from ‘coup’, says K Chandrasekhar Rao #Telangana

MIM saved me from ‘coup’, says K Chandrasekhar Rao #Telangana


    Finance minister Arun Jaitely pushing to build consensus over the long pending Goods and Services Tax bill gets top mention in all the dailies this morning."Hope floats again for GST bill" leads the Hindustan Times. "GST closer as states turn friends,Amit Mitra led panel's push sees Congress isolated, Rajya Sabha support likely" writes the Financial Express."Barring Tamil Nadu, all states get on GST bandwagon" informs the Business Line.
    On the office of profit row the Times of India leads "Kejri cries vendetta, BJP says he must go". "Kejri blames Prime minister for bill fiasco" notes the Statesman.
    All the papers take note of a special court declaring Vijay Mallya a "proclaimed offender". It was done on a plea by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with a money laundering probe against him in an alleged bank loan default case.
    "MP's U-turn: Kairana exodus not communal" says The Times of India quoting BJP MP, Hukum Singh who now says that exodus happened not because of communal disharmony but a deteriorating law and order situation in the state.
    Gopal Rai quitting as Delhi's transport minister citing health issues is covered by all the papers. Rai however will continue to handle labour, employment and general administration, notes the media.
    The Times of India quotes the Central Bureau of Investigation as saying that there is "No political conspiracy in Vyapam".
    "Jayalalithaa meets Modi with list of 29 demands, Seeks the formation of Cauvery Management Board" states the Hindu.
    "Food prices push wholesale inflation up to 19-month high" writes the Business Line. The paper writes that wholesale price index based inflation rose 0.79 percent in May its, highest level since October 2014.
    "IS chief Baghdadi killed in US-led hit?" questions the Times of India. The paper says that IS chief Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi has been killed in US-led coalition air strike on Raqqa in Syria.
    And finally, future summers are to be hotter than ever. Well, the Times of India reports in 50 years, summers across most of the globe could be hotter than any experienced to date if greenhouse gas emissions and climate change continues on its current trajectory, a new study has warned.

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