Saturday, July 23, 2016

Munich shooting: Police say nine dead as manhunt continues

Munich shooting: Police say nine dead as manhunt continues


     The debate on atrocities against Dalits in the RajyaSabha gets front page attention. "Dalit anger a ticking time bomb, check gaurakshaks, Opposition leaders tell Centre" reports the Indian Express. The Pioneer quotes Home Minister Rajnath Singh as saying  "Won't tolerate attack on Dalits".
    The protest by BahujanSamaj Party workers in Lucknow over the derogatory remarks made against BSP leader Mayawati by BJP leader Dayashankar Singh is widely reported. The Times of India observes "BSP brings Lucknow to standstill over Maya slur". The Asian Age writes "Party leaders give 36 hour ultimatum to police to arrest Dayashankar, burn effigies, some with abuses printed".
    In the backdrop of questions being raised over crowd control methods to deal with the protests in Kashmir, the Hindustan Times reports "Government to look at alternatives to pellets for crowd control".
    All the papers take note of the All Party meeting called to discuss the unrest in the Kashmir Valley. The Tribune observes "Mehbooba reiterates demand for reviving dialogue with Pakistan, National Conference skips discussion'. Highlighting censorship, in the backdrop of the unrest in Kashmir, Hindustan Times writes "Posts on Kashmir the latest victims of Facebook Censorship.
    On world's longest serving warship last operational journey, the Pioneer reports "INS Viraat to embark on last voyage tomorrow" Reporting on the excitement spread on Superstar Rajanikanth's latest film release the Hindu writes 'Around the world with kabali'.
    The Times of India in its front page lead reports "Woman moves Supreme Court to abort 'abnormal' foetus at 24 weeks : Law permits abortion only upto 20 weeks. The paper adds the apex court has sought a response from the Centre and the Maharashtra government within 24 hours on this plea made by a rape survivor.
    The papers take note of a video shot by AamAdmi Party MP Bhagwant Mann. The video about his journey to Parliament shows security pickets.

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