Thursday, July 21, 2016

Una case: Polls ahead, BJP lines up Dalit leaders in defence

Una case: Polls ahead, BJP lines up Dalit leaders in defence

NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

    The suicide of wife and daughter of the arrested CBI DG of Corporate Affairs BK Bansal on charges of corruption has found front page coverage in most dailies. The Hindu headlines "Bansals led simple life style and were religious""The official's son not traceable".
    How to rid city of junked diesel cars? is the Pioneer headline. The story throws wonders at the of plight of 3 lakh such vehicles which will be junked after the NGT order of banning the diesel vehicles older than 10 years. There is no space to store impounded vehicles, it says.
    A woman worker of AAP commits suicide alleging molestation by an AAP worker writes Times of India.
    The Business Standard reports on the front page that government has allocated about 23,000 crores to recapitalize 13 public sector banks including the biggest tender SBI.
    Heart rending stories of shocked families like that of a month old bride turning widow are splashed after the Maoists killed 10 CRPF jawans in Bihar has also been covered by the Hindustan Times.
    Want to offer donation to Lord Ganesha? Well, the Siddhivinayak Temple has tied up with SBI CAP securities to provide an electronic platform to donate in the form of shares or stocks of listed entities reports the Pioneer.
    Almost all newspapers have reported the passing away of the famous legendary singer of Yester years -Mubarak Begum at the age of 80. She is most remembered for her hit "Hamari yaad aayegi".
    And Finally, The release of Rajni Kant's film KABALI and some offices in Chennai to be closed on its first show release./ Poonam Azad likely to quit BJP/ now adhaar card mandatory for ANGA/PRADAK/SHINAM in Tirumela/the Gujarat Dalit stir/ are some of the other stories covered by newspapers.

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