Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Was forced to resign as CM and support Sasikala: O Panneerselvam

Was forced to resign as CM and support Sasikala: O Panneerselvam

NEWSPAPER HEADLINES
Most newspapers have lead with different stories on their front pages today. The Tribune reports that a plea filed in SC seeks to block Sasikala's swearing-in. In a related story, the Hindu leads with the report that the Supreme Court is likely to rule on the Jayalalitha disproportionate assets case within a week.
Though car pooling is a practice that needs to be encouraged, the state governments don't seem to agree. 'After Karnataka, Delhi government moves to ban app-based shared cab services', is the Hindustan Times headline.
The Business Standard leads with the Supreme Court's Monday order to attach Sahara group's 39,000 crore rupees Aamby Valley property. The SC has told the group to give a list of properties without encumbrances to recover dues, the paper adds.
The Pioneer leads with the question, 'Who is minority in J&K?'. The paper reports that the Centre is silent on the Supreme Court's question of Muslims enjoying minority community benefits in the state, despite being in majority there.
Fake mobile phone user identities will soon be a thing of the past. The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to put in place an effective mechanism to verify identities of over 100 crore existing consumers as well as future ones, reports the Hindu Business Line. The court has asked for this mechanism to be put in place within a year, the paper adds.
The Asian Age reports that the government is holding parleys with the opposition to avoid a vote in the Rajya Sabha on the motion of thanks to the President's address.
The Indian Express headline reads, 'Logjam breaks: 9 High Court chiefs named'. The report says that the SC collegium has recommended 9 names to the government for taking over as regular HC chief justices.
In a historic step, the Supreme Court has relented to installation of CCTV cameras in one district court of each state. In what would be a first step towards video recorded trials, this experiment would be first carried out in Gurgaon district court, adds the paper.
And finally, 'Girls in Kashmir say 'salam' to snow rugby', writes the Hindu. The paper reports that girls in Kashmir are breaking tradition and embracing the high adrenaline sport during harsh winters.

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