Sunday, June 12, 2016

Woman alleges gang rape in moving car

Woman alleges gang rape in moving car


    The story of an Indian aid worker going missing in Kabul is splashed on the front pages of most prominent dailies. Hindustan Times says “Trail Goes Cold", adding that no group has claimed responsibility for kidnapping 40-year-old Kolkata woman Judith D’Souza, her driver and guard.
    Under the headline, “Your job is to certify, not censor films: HC to CBFC”, the Times of India says the Bombay high court has reminded the Central Board of Film Certification that it was empowered to primarily certify films, even as the producers of `Udta Punjab' agreed to cut a scene and add a disclaimer. “Udta Punjab does not glorify drugs, says high court” writes Hindustan Times.
    Mail Today reports that Public Sector firms, banks and government departments will soon have to measure up to a transparency scale being prepared by the Chief Vigilance Commissioner to beat back corruption.
    2008 Beijing Olympic gold medallist and Ace shooter Abhinav Bindra has been chosen as the flag-bearer of the Indian contingent at the Rio Games’opening ceremony, writes the Tribune.
    The Pioneer reports that five men were sentenced to life imprisonment yesterday  by a Delhi court for gangraping a 52-year- old Danish woman at knife-point near the New Delhi railway station two years ago.
    A 10 year-old Gurgaon boy, Rishan Bhatnagar is under the tutelage of Joseph Haydn, a mentor to Mozart, at Palais Augarten, the palatial school, boarding and rehearsal space of Vienna Boys' Choir in Vienna, Austria, reports the Times of India.
    The Asian Age writes that the Congress is in a fix over whether to project a “face” in the Uttar Pradesh polls against the Samajwadi Party, BSP and BJP, while its key strategist Prashant Kishor is pressing for Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.
    And finally, one of the oldest forms of punctuation may be dying. The period -the full-stop signal we all learn as children, whose use stretches back at least to the Middle Ages -is gradually being felled in the barrage of instant messaging that has become synonymous with the digital age, writes the Times of India.

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