Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Smriti Irani Move Seen As Strong Action From BJP Chief Amit Shah

Smriti Irani Move Seen As Strong Action From BJP Chief Amit Shah


    The Prime Minister's interaction with various journalists on the eve of cabinet reshuffle finds extensive coverage in the papers this morning.
    "Success for me means people must experience change" is the Economics Times headline quoting the Prime Minister.
    "BJP confident of winning UP says Modi" is the Pioneer headline. Only the BJP with its development agenda can save the state from regressive policy, the paper further quotes the PM.
    Eschewed populism, stuck to fiscal prudence is the Business Standard headline quoting the PM.
    "Cabinet rejig today, UP ministers to gain" is the Asian Age headline. Focus will be on budget, priorities says Modi, it adds.
    The CBI arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's principal secretary, Rajendar Kumar and four others alleged involvement in a corruption case also finds coverage on front pages of the most newspapers.
    The Hindustan Times notices the mushrooming of a 100 odd DNA testing centres in Gujrat due to paternity doubts. Many of those approaching centres are couples who have got children through IVF and want to confirm there was no manipulation.
    The Hindu in its front page calls the External Affairs minister Ms Sushma Swaraj as the common tweeple's leader saying she is the most followed woman leader in the world with over 5 million followers, according to a 2016 study.
    The Asian Age carries a heart-rending picture of Dhaka terror attack victim Tarishi Jain's funeral in Sukhrali village at Gurugram.
    And finally, World's largest charkha being unveiled at Terminal 3 / 245 crore Rs to be spent to develop a Ramayana circuit. DTC running a loss of 3 crore everyday.

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