Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Miami Cubans Party Relentlessly After Death Of Fidel Castro

Miami Cubans Party Relentlessly After Death Of Fidel Castro


The daring jail break in Nabha in Punjab dominates front page headlines. The Tribune reports "Nabha jailbreak: Khalistan Liberation Force chief, 5 others freed". The Mail Today writes "ISI hand in jailbreak suspected".
Prime Minister Narednra Modi's Mann Ki Baat radio address to the nation is widely noticed in the press. The Financial Express quotes the Prime Minister as saying "Jan Dhan misuse to be tried under benami law". In the backdrop of a country-wide bandh called by some opposition parties today, The Hindustan Times writes "Modi pitches for a cashless India, slams bandh call".
On the proposed Bharat bandh today, the Pioneer writes "Opposition parties break ranks on Bharat Bandh : Congress, JD(U) back protests not shut down, Left roots for bandh".
RBI Governor Urjit Patel's comments on the demonetisation drive are highlighted in all the papers. "Patel speaks up, calls note ban once-in-a-lifetime event" writes the Times of India. The Pioneer quotes the RBI Governor as saying  "Printing presses working at full capacity, to get new notes soon".
In a special front page story the Indian Express states "27 medicines sold by top firms fail quality tests in seven states : face charges of false labelling, wrong quantity of ingredients".
In a move which will further empower transgenders, the Asian Age reports "Now, third gender option in rail reservation forms".
And finally, in what may be a temporary relief to pollution-stricken Delhi, the Times of India says "Best November-end air in 3 years but that may change soon".

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