Friday, July 29, 2016

EAMCET-II paper leak case: Two arrested by CID from Hyderabad

EAMCET-II paper leak case: Two arrested by CID from Hyderabad


    The changes made in the GST Bill to facilitate its passage in Parliament dominates the front pages. The Times of India writes "Government heeds states and Congress as it launches final GST push : In key change, 1% additional levy dropped".
    Reports of fresh trouble on the India-China border find traction in the press today. "China's incursion bid in Chamoli : Centre seeks report from Uttarakhand government on July 22nd incursion", states the Pioneer. The Hindu quotes Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat as saying "Chinese troops are active on Uttarakhand border".
    All the papers take note of the beating up of two Muslim women in Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh on the suspicion of carrying beef and its resonance in Parliament. The Pioneer observes "Cow -vigilantes' attack on women carrying buffalo meat rocks the Rajya Sabha".
    The Supreme Court hearing in the defamation case against Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi for allegedly holding the RSS responsible for Mahatma Gandhi's assasination is widely reported. The Pioneer quotes the Supreme Court as saying "Cops cant probe private defamation case against Rahul Gandhi".
    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's startling video message to AAP party members, legislators and the common man are prominently noticed. "Modi can get me killed: Kejriwal tells his MLAs to be prepared" reports the Hindustan Times on its front page.
    In the backdrop of the acquittal of Salman Khan in the Chinkara poaching case, all the papers take note of the resurfacing of the actor's driver who had skipped court summons and hearings. The Times of India states "Prime witness in poaching case is back, alleges Salman killed Chinkaras : Got threats to life says Actor's driver".
    And finally, Two Indians who have been awarded the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay award this year, Bezwada Wilson who works for the rights of manual scavengers and Carnatic musician T M Krishna who has worked to make his music more socially inclusive. The Tribune observes "In times of Dalit outrage, awards celebrate leaders who question caste heirarchies".  

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