Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Ram Temple dispute issue of religion, sentiment, resolve outside court: SC

Ram Temple dispute issue of religion, sentiment, resolve outside court: SC


Most papers have reported on their front page, The return of the two Indian clerics said to have gone missing in Pakistan. "Grilled in Pak over alleged RAW links, Dargah clerics return safely" says the TImes of India while the Hindustan Times writes "Nizamiddin clerics back in Delhi."
"BJP led government wins trust vote in Manipur" writes The Hindu.
Polls  done,   "Modi and Shah ready to rejig government and party" writes The Hindustan Times.
"After UP, Gujrat polls may be earlier, by June", opines The Asian Age, adding that the party hopes to cash in on the Modi wave ahead of 2019.
Under the headline "Birth of a Telecom Giant", The Business standard writes that facing , immense competition from  cash rich  Reliance Jio, The Vodafone and Idea merger would create the biggest Telco in the country, while the Pioneer writes "What an Idea ! merger with Vodafone makes it top mobile operator." The DNA adds that post the merger, Idea and Vodafone will stay separate brands.
Reporting that fresh graduates of engineering colleges might find getting a job tougher at large IT services firms this year, as the sector struggles with new business models, The Business Standard says that IT hiring could be down 40 percent this year.
The Asian Age write that Britain will be leaving the Europtean Union on March 29th, setting a historic and uncharted course to become the first country to withdraw from the bloc by March 2019.
The Tribune writes that even as Indian officials sat down with their Pakistani Counterparts yesterday to hold a meeting in Lahore of the Indus Water commission, the talks were positive, though parallel movements have arisen to raise tensions.

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