Saturday, July 30, 2016

Sweden to investigate sex lives

Sweden to investigate sex lives


    The food inflation debate in the Lok Sabha witnessing intense political bickering, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussing the vision documents at the NITI Aayog and the passing away of eminent author Mahasweta Devi are some front page stories across papers today.
    "Rahul goes after PM over price rise”, says the Hindustan Times while the Tribune writes “Arhar Modi rant sets Jaitleys pulse racing.”
    The Tribune also reports of the passing away of Tabla maestro Lacchu Maharaj in Varanasi, yesterday, at the age of 72.
    Referring to a MCOCA court decision in Mumbai for the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case, The Asian Age writes "LeT's Jundal and 11 others held guilty.”
    Referring to a resolution passed by some IT officials against alleged interferences by the department of revenue, the Asian Age reports “IT officers being in subordinate, says Finance Minister”.
    The Hindustan Times writes that the AAP legislator from Matia Mahal, Asim Ahmed khan has alleged that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his aides are conspiring to get him killed.
    “Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister speaks on July 8th encounter and deaths during protests: Sacrifice of children wont go waste says Mehbooba Mufti” is the lead Indian Express headline.
    And Finally, the Times of India says, that a sedentary lifestyle is as bad as smoking and a brisk 1 hour walk a day will cut the health risks of sitting at office or in front of the TV.

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