“As floods ebb, Kerala faces massive repair & rehab task” is top headline in the TOI. “Kerala begins long trek back”, headlines The Statesman, with the flood toll at around 370, over 7 lakh in camps, waters beginning to recede, and the focus shifting to rescue and rebuilding. The DNA writes, ” 10,000 being rescued, … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – AUG 20
The Kerala devastating floods and rescue operations continues to dominate the headlines today. “Prime Minister grants Kerala Rs 500 crore’ – headlines DNA, adding that environmentalists called it a man made disaster, citing the government’s failure on the environment policy front. “Rs 13,000 cr needed to repair 83,000 km road network” writes the Indian Express … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN- AUG 19
The funeral of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Monsoon fury in Kerala dominate the front pages of all the newspapers today. The Indian Express leads with National Mourning – his final journey ends at Smiriti Sthal, SAARC leaders attend funeral, condolences pour in from across the world Mail Today’s front page carries a … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN-AUG 18
THE PALL OF GLOOM enveloping the nation as India lost one of its most loved political stalwarts yesterday evening when former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee breathed his last, is the main news covered by all the newspapers today. “Atal Bihari Vajpayee passes away: tears, grief across political fault lines, state funeral today” writes the … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN-AUG 17
“Simultaneous polls can be implemented: BJP President” is a major headline in the Indian Express. In his eight-page letter to commission chairman Justice B S Chouhan, Shah argued that one election would check expenditure and ensure that the nation is not in “election mode” throughout the year, write the paper. “Rupee slides to lowest ever … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- AUGUST 14
DIFFERENT NEWSPAPERS have carried different stories on their front page. The Sunday Times leads with a headline, quoting the Prime Minister, “Will return in 2019 with bigger numbers.” in an interview with the paper PM said Modi said his platform for the next national election would be “development, fast development and development for all”. “We … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – AUG 12
DIFFERENT NEWSPAPERS HAVE HIGHLITED DIFFERENT STORIES TODAY.”Terror attacks foiled, 3 with links to hardline Hindu groups held: Maharashtra ATS” is major headlin in The Indian Express. the paper reports that the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) Friday announced the arrest of three men affiliated to radical Hindu outfits from Nallasopara and Satara. ” With the recovery … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN -AUG 11
AMN / NEW DELHI The Editors Guild of India today strongly criticised the union government for interfering with the functioning of independent journalism. The Guild’s remarks follows the recent exit of senior journalists from two electronic media channels, with at least one of them blaming the government for exerting pressure on proprietors for his exit. … Continue reading Editors Guild slams govt for ‘attempting to curb press freedom’
Most of the newspapers today highlited sex racket in UP. After Bihar’s Muzaffarpur shelter home, the sex racket coming to surface from a women’s shelter home in Uttar Pradesh’s Deoria dominates front page headlines. “Another shelter home of rape, this time in UP” headlines the Hindustan Times, adding, “10 year old inmate escapes to narrate … Continue reading Newspapers Scan – Aug 07
Appointments of three supreme court judges is lead news in few newspapers today. “SC appointments: Judges to meet CJI Dipak Misra today over Justice KM Joseph ‘downgrade’” is firs headline in the Indian Express.”Now, row brews over Joseph being asked to take oath last” writes Times of India adding that ‘This’ll Make Him Junior most Of 3 … Continue reading Newspapers Scan- Aug 06
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