Monday, June 27, 2016

Telangana judges to quit over split decision

Telangana judges to quit over split decision


    The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union continues to hog the prime space on the cover pages of most newspapers this morning. "Brexit leads to fear, anxiety over future", says Hindustan Times while The Hindu writes, "United Kingdom grapples with post-Brexit chaos". The Times of India says, "Scotland starts drive to stay in EU, may vote again on UK exit". "Over 1.5 million Brits sign petition for 2nd referendum", writes The Financial Express.
    Hindustan Times reports that the government plans to bring in a law to stop rampant plagiarism in academia, with punishment ranging from a warning to deregistration in the case of students and dismissal from service for teachers.
    There’s good news for Indian medical students who study abroad and want to practice in India. The Centre has decided to do away with the mandatory screening test - the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE), a pre-requisite to start medical practice in India, says The Asian Age.
    Under the headline, "AAP cries foul as MLA arrested for misbehaviour", the Pioneer writes that reacting to the arrest, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “Modi declares Emergency in Delhi. Arresting, raiding, terrorising, filing false cases against all those whom Delhi elected." "Delhi MLA held, Kejriwal terms it 'Emergency', captions the Hindu.
    The story of Dutee Chand who has become the first Indian to qualify for the Rio Olympics 100 metre dash after 36 years too has featured on the front pages. Mail Today headlines it as "Against all odds, while The Sunday Tribune caption reads, "Dutee in Rio 100m; first after PT Usha". "Dutee on track to Rio, village celebrates", writes The Indian Express.
    And finally, Welcome to the houseworker of the future! -a four-legged robot that looks more like a pet than a cleaner. Spot Mini is an autonomous robot pet created to help around the house, and it's a relief to see that he doesn't even need to be housetrained, reports the Times of India.

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