Friday, July 15, 2016

Is Facebook Ready to Be the World’s Live News Network?

Is Facebook Ready to Be the World’s Live News Network?


    The Supreme Court restoring the Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh makes for front page news in all the dailies this morning."Supreme Court restores Congress government in Arunachal, blow to centre"headlines the Statesman."BJP calls judgement 'weird'"writes the Pioneer."Supreme Court quashes Arunachal Governor's order,Tuki takes charge as Chief Minister"notes the Hindu.
    Most of the newspapers carry photographs of Queen Elizabeth  II welcoming Theresa May at Buckingham Palace in London on their front pages. May replaces David Cameron as Britain's prime minister. In a related story the Times of India writes that "David Cameron orders Indian spicy food for 'last supper as UK PM".
    Referring to the Kashmir situation the Tribune writes "Kashmir on boil again, unclear who's stirring pot"."J&K Chief Minister warns against use of excessive force"states the Asian Age."Curfew, strike cripple life in Kashmir" says the Pioneer.
    The Hindu quotes the new Iraqi ambassador to India Fakhri Hassan Al Issa as saying "Islamic State may have set up sleeper cells in India."The paper says that he wants vigil mounted on exclusivist preachers and seminaries.
    "Javadekar gets going on PMO backed projects"states the Economic Times.The paper writes that the HRD minister is taking action on long pending issues,degrees for IIIT students, redrafting rules on 'world class universities' and free WiFi.
    And Finally, the earliest sign of Alzheimer's has been discovered - a decrease in blood flow in the brain-- using a powerful tool to better understand the progression of the debilitating disease.

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