Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Modi won’t come with cash bags during his maiden visit to Telangana

Modi won’t come with cash bags during his maiden visit to Telangana


    The resignation of Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel dominates the front pages. The Tribune writes "Gujarat CM quits, cites 75 year BJP bar on posts". Attributing different reasons for her resignation, The Times of India reports "Dalit fire, Patel ire and land mire force Gujarat's Big Ben to retire". On the possible successor, the Pioneer observes "Vijay Rupani possible front runner for CM's post".
    Anti doping agency NADA's verdict on wrestler Narsingh Yadav who tested positive for banned drugs is prominently noticed on the front pages. "Narsingh cleared by NADA panel but Rio some distance away" reports the Indian Express. The Times of India quotes the anti doping panel as saying "Narsingh was victim of sabotage by rival".
    All the papers take note of the expulsion of AIADMK Rajya Sabha MP Sasikala Pushpa from the party following reports that she had allegedly slapped a DMK MP. The Asian Age observes, "Jaya sacks her Rajya Sabha MP over slap incident : Sasikala says her life's in danger".
    The Supreme Court's refusal to take up a plea challenging the exoneration of BJP President Amit Shah by subordinate courts in the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case gets traction in the press. The Statesman says "Clean chit to Amit upheld".
    On the Bulandshahr gangrape case, the Pioneer reports “Bulandshahr brutes still at large; three arrested suspects sent to 14-day judicial custody”.
    The pitiable condition of about 10,000 Indian workers in left stranded and starving in Saudi Arabia by bankrupt Saudi companies ,is widely noticed in the press. The Indian Express highlights External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's assurance to Parliament and quotes her as saying "Will bring Indians back from Saudi Arabia, wont let any go hungry".
    And finally, a thrilling way to get married. The Times of India carries a picture of a couple dressed in traditional Maharashtrian attire hanging from a rope-way as they performed marriage rituals. The papers writes "Hanging from 250 feet deep valley, Maharashtra couple take the plunge"

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