Thursday, March 30, 2017

Kotak launches zero-charge digital bank account

Kotak launches zero-charge digital bank account


Newspapers this morning focus on different stories including the violence in Jammu and Kashmir.
'Shun violence , dialogue only way out ' The Tribune quotes Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti , welcoming Home Minister Rajnath Singh's statement on reaching out to everybody in Kashmir.
"Shedding reluctance, Supreme Court to open court rooms to cameras" is the lead in the Indian Express.
"Modi govt plans it big for third anniversary" states DNA , of the govt planning a multimedia campaign & massive outreach programme to mark its 3 years in power.
"Modi and Trump both Pro-growth, Pro-Business leaders, says experts" highlights The Economic Times.
"Free lunch to staff trigger GST" states the Times of India, as GST would be payable if there is a supply of free goods or services to an employee , exceeding a stipulated sum.
"IITs to recruit teachers through walk- in interviews" as instructed by the HRD Ministry, to address the faculty crunch, reports DNA.
"The Heat is On" The Pioneer says, brace for a scorching summer as mercury crosses the 40- degree mark in March. "Indian cities set to face deadly heat moves due to global warming " The Financial Express. Gujarat government reworks school timings due to non seasonal heat waves , reports The Hindu.
"Disabled to soon get universal ID cards" to avail welfare schemes , reports The Asian Age.
On Air India denying ticket to Ravindra Gaikwad for a second time , the Pioneer writes, "Air lndia brings high-flying Sena MP on railway track again".
The Times of India writes, AIIMS to conduct a study whether Ayurveda can help treat cancer.
And finally "No bribes needed here, says this clerk" notes The Hindu in a box item, of a Panchayat employee in Kerala, on a campaign against corruption.

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