Thursday, January 12, 2017

Saudi Arabia rolls out 'biggest increase' in India's Haj quota, hikes it by 34,500

Saudi Arabia rolls out 'biggest increase' in India's Haj quota, hikes it by 34,500

The continuing deadlock in Samajwadi Party, among other stories, holds prime space in the Press today. "Mulayam's blink cuts no ice with son" writes the Pioneer.
"SP talks fail, EC to hear case on January 13", reports the Asian Age.
"Rahul, Akhilesh set to kick off joint SP-Congress campaign" states the Times of India, also quoting Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia as saying at an election rally, "Assume you are voting for Kejri as Punjab CM".
In post-demonetisation developments, the Hindustan Times leads with "Home delivery' of cash from mint under I-T lens".
"Notes scrapped on government's prod, RBI tells House Panel", reports the Times of India.
"December saw sharpest dip in automobile sales in 16 years" post-demonetisation, notes the Indian Express.
"E-trade funding at three-year low" states the Financial Express.
"Supreme Court to bleed swindling NGOs dry" leads the Pioneer.
"Regulator for Railways coming soon, train fares likely to go up" reports the Hindustan Times.
"Centre mulls hike in service tax rate if GST roll out is delayed".

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