Friday, June 10, 2016

Will screen uncensored film: Amarinder

Will screen uncensored film: Amarinder


    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to a joint sitting of the US Congress is covered prominently with reports and photographs in the front pages of all the dailies this morning." 'Hesitations of history left behind',Prime Minister guides India deeper into US embrace"leads the Times of India.The Economic Times quotes Modi as saying to the US Congress"New symphony in play in India- US relations"."Modi gets US Congress charged up,asserts constitution is our holy book,wants deeper security relations"writes the Pioneer.
    The latest on the Bollywood movie on drug abuse in Punjab'Udta Punjab', also gets prominent space in the newspapers. "Accusations, politicking in the air as Udta Punjab lands in high court" notes Hindustan Times." Bollywood bigwigs censure Censor chief" writes the Pioneer.
    On the US presidential race the Asian Age writes "Sanders vows to stay on till the bitter end". "Hillary writes history as first woman Democratic nominee"states the Statesman.
    The Hindu quotes the India Metrological Department (IMD) as saying "The Monsoon has officially arrived". "Finally, rains march in to quench India's parched fields"informs the Economic Times.
    Hindustan Times reports that The Delhi High Court has scrapped a provision of the Finance Act  2010 for charging home buyers service tax.
    Writing on the Bihar's Class XII toppers Scam the Pioneer says "Bihar School Exam Board chief resigns fearing boot, arrest likely.
    And finally, Asian Age reports that Internet addiction is the reason behind people "phubbing" or snubbing social companions to concentrate on their smartphone a new study has found.

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