Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Bengaluru Protests Hit Amazon, Flipkart; IT Companies Fear 'Mammoth Losses'

Bengaluru Protests Hit Amazon, Flipkart; IT Companies Fear 'Mammoth Losses'


The flare-up over Cauvery waters dominates papers today.
"Fire over water" writes the Mail Today. The Times of India headlines "Karnataka burns as Cauvery stir kills one; Curfew in Bengaluru". The Hindu notes "Supreme
Court warns against lawlessness" in a stern message asking people in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu "to behave".
First chikungunya death in capital as hospitals reel under viral crisis" is the lead in the Times of India. "Capital on Sick Leave" observes the Mail Today.
Inflation cheer fades as factory output falters" leads the Business Standard. "Little cheer, lots to worry on economy" states the Hindu Business Line.
"Kashmir braces for Eid amid unrest", is a front page headline  in the Hindu.
Jitesh Gadhia, currently the youngest Briton of Indian Origin in the House of Lords, takes oath of allegiance on the world's oldest religious ure The Rig Veda, notes the Economic Times.
Deepa Malik, the first Indian Woman to win a Paralympics medal, wants to help women with disabilities, reports the Times of India, also quoting her as claiming she had gotten married at the age of 20 because her husband supported her love for bikes.
"Fewer accidents on green patches in Delhi", notes the Hindustan Times, citing a recent study in Mexico stating, 'greenery reduces accidents'.
And Finally, "Solar energy boat readies for voyage around world", Dubbed the "Solar Impulse of the Seas", it is the first boat to be powered by Sun, Wind and Hydrogen, reports the Tribune.

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