Friday, July 8, 2016

Probe ordered into Zakir Naik’s speeches

Probe ordered into Zakir Naik’s speeches 


    Newly; inducted Ministers taking charge and the change in portfolios is flashed across papers this morning.
    "Javadekar talks campus peace on Day 1" is the headline in the Hindustan Times. The Economic Times reports "Javadekar set to push stuck pet projects of PMO; WiFi in central universities may be first to take off". The Indian Express observes, " The shift: key infra, economic portfolios with junior ministers".
    NaMo Readies Vikas Card for 2017 UP Exam; Ministers asked to make list of plans that will make impact on the ground by December" is the lead in the Economic Times.
    "NDA says AMU not minority institution; withdraws UPA appeal to restore special status; BJP set to benefit politically in UP with SC/ST quotas" reports the Hindustan Times. If declared non-minority institute, AMU will have to reserve seats for SCs, STs and OBCs.
    "Maneka unveils plan to help wives dumped by NRIs". Under that headline, the Hindustan Times reports, women abandoned by their NRI husbands can soon look forward to help from the government.
    "Agencies mull action against Dhaka stimulator Zakir Naik" highlights the Pioneer. The Times of India writes "Bangladesh probing if Naik's speeches 'fanned' terror", quoting Mos for home, Kiren Rijiju as saying "It's a matter of concern for us".
    And finally, "Railway passengers may get insured for minor sum" reports the Pioneer.

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