Thursday, June 2, 2016

Success story: SHE teams give Bharosa to women in Hyderabad


    The Indian economy growing at 7.9 percent in January-March, the fastest in 6 quarters, cementing its position as the worlds fastest growing major economy makes for front page news in almost all the dailies this morning. "At 7.6 percent in Financial year 2016, India now the fastest growing economy" writes the Business Standard. "GDP growth in top gear at 7.9 percent" leads the Hindustan Times.
    The army ammunition depot fire in Wardha, Maharashtra is other major story that is covered with reports and photographs this morning. "Ordanance depot inferno kills 16, army orders probe, Parrikar, Suhag rush to Pulgaon" states the Pioneer."Fire at army's key ammo depot kills 16, Parrikar visits Wardha facility, doesn't rule out sabotage" informs the Hindu.
    "Indian Nuke Submarines torpedoed" leads Mail Today. The paper writes that strategic submarine project officials are frantic as cancellation of Finmeccanica contract leaves nuclear sub without torpedoes.
    Referring to the tax searches on defence consultant Sanjay Bhandari the Indian Express leads "Bhandari 'admits' to email from Vadra, I-T sends seven property, bank queries overseas".
    In a related story the Tribune writes "Probe Vadra, dares Sonia". "Sonia defends Vadra, smells a 'conspiracy'" states the Times of India.
    The Times of India reports that over 50,000 muslim women and men have signed a petition seeking a ban on triple talaq.
    Sri Sri Ravishankar's The Art of Living foundation told to cough up Yamuna penalty finds mention in Hindustan Times.
    And finally, a leaky blood-brain barrier may cause alzheimer's. Well, the Hindustan Times reports that researchers using a contrast-enhanced MRI technique have found that leakages in the blood-brain barrier (BBB) may lead to early onset of alzheimer's.

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