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NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep 15

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep 15 Foundation of bullet train project in Ahmedabad has attracted most of the attention in the front page of the newspapers . The Hindustan Times headline reads “Modi, Abe flag off bullet train project, ink 15 pacts”. Financial Express says ” India takes bullet train to the future”. The Indian Express refers … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep 15

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep. 14

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep. 14 Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe’s roadshow and visit to Sabarmati Ashram, Sidi Sayyed Mosque in Gujarat is covered with reports and photographs on the front pages of most of the dailies this morning. “The bullet-paced friendship” leads DNA adding “Modi takes Abe to Sabarmati Ashram, Sidi … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep. 14

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep 12

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep 12 Under the headline “No move against Jammu and Kashmir sentiments”, The DNA writes that Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh gave a much needed breather to beleaguered chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti when he assured that the centre will not go against the sentiments of the People of the State on the issue … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep 12

NEWSPAPERS SCAN – Sep 11

NEWSPAPERS SCAN – Sep 11 The Economics Times reports, that the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima yojana started last year is going for a revamp, making it more holistic and to cover for property damage in natural disasters too. The Pioneer reports of a 13 year old, 9 year old and 5 year old molested in … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – Sep 11

Newspapers Scan – Sep 10

Newspapers Scan – Sep 10 Changes in tax rates effected by the Goods and Services Tax or GST Council are prominently noticed on the front pages of the papers today. “7% extra cess on SUVs ; small cars exempt” reports the Hindu. The Hindustan Times says “GST Council cuts tax on 30 items of common … Continue reading Newspapers Scan – Sep 10

Newspapers Scan – Sep 09

Newspapers Scan – Sep 09   The gruesome murder of a 7-year old boy in a Gurgaon school, allegedly by one of the school bus conductors dominates front page headlines of most newspapers today. “School horror: 7-year-old boy’s throat slashed in washroom” headlines The Times of India. The paper further writes “Conductor of School Bus … Continue reading Newspapers Scan – Sep 09

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep.08

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep.08 TADA court sentencing Abu Salem to a life term and 2 others to death in the 1993 Mumbai Serial Blasts case is a lead story across papers today. “Mumbai blast butcher Salem escapes gallows – Merchant, Rashid awarded Capital Punishment for 1993 Mayhem” writes The Pioneer. “Three trains jump tracks in one … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- Sep.08

NEWSPAPERS SCAN – SEP-07

NEWSPAPERS SCAN – SEP-07 The Supreme Court coming down heavily on cow vigilantism, Prime Minister’s Myanmar visit and outrage & protests over journalist Gauri Lankesh’s murder, receive prominent attention in today’s newspapers. “Post Cops to stop cow vigilantism, a Supreme Court orders states”, is the lead in the Hindustan Times. The Pioneer writes “SC orders … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – SEP-07

Media bodies demand speedy probe into Gauri Lankesh murder case

AMN Editors Guild of India, Press Club of India, Press Association, Indian Women’s Press Corps and several other organizations have demanded speedy investigation in the murder case of woman journalist Gauri Lankesh. In a letter to Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, the organisations said, the murder has sent shock waves across the journalist community for its … Continue reading Media bodies demand speedy probe into Gauri Lankesh murder case

Gauri Lankesh murder: Journalists hold protests across India

AMN / New Delhi Journalists across the country today held protest demonstrations against the killing of Bangalore based senior journalist Gauri Lankesh. The huge protest meeting was held at Press Club of India today where several journalists condemned the brutal killing of the woman journalist and demanded that the government immediately bring to book the … Continue reading Gauri Lankesh murder: Journalists hold protests across India

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