Thursday, September 8, 2016

Hyderabad's century-old drainage system caused the recent flooding in city

Hyderabad's century-old drainage system caused the recent flooding in city


Government to go tough on separatists is a major focus in the press this morning.
"Centre takes hard line on hardliners" is the Pioneer headline. The Indian Express leads with "Security downgrade to slashing perks, Centre plans to turn heat on separatists".
In a different take, Hindustan Times observes "Apples, tourism are Valley casualties too".
"Cot fight erupts after Rahul's UP rally" reports the Tribune, with a photograph of people rushing to grab cots after Rahul Gandhi's "Khaat sabha" in Deoria. "One takeaway  from Rahul's cot rally - the cots" is the Indian Express's comment.
"Sink or die, you must refund home buyers: Supreme Court to builders" is the lead in the Times of India.
"Terrific Tuesday as bulls ride Sensex; Rupee surges" is a front page story in the Pioneer. The Hindu Business Line  notes "Markets on a song, Sensex hits 17-month high".
"Nobody returns, Supreme Court rues, as Ruia's travel plans nixed" reports the Pioneer, of 2G accused and Essar promoter, Ravikanth Ruia.
"Kejriwal betrayed expectations of people, says mentor Hazare", covers the Hindustan Times on its front page.
"Thousands booked under dead Section 66A of IT Act" highlights the Hindustan Times, on its front page.
"Netaji's 'Great Escape' car on road to restoration" in collaboration with German auto maker Audi.
And finally, the Tribune informs "School kids risk backache, hunchback" as an ASSOCHAM survey suggests 88 percent kids aged 7-13 years, carry more than 45 percent of their weight on their backs.

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