SRINAGAR Press Council of India’s three member team held series of meetings with the representatives of editor and journalist associations in Srinagar today. The meetings aimed to have first hand account of the working of media and the challenges and problems confronting the media in the State. The PCI team held detailed deliberations with … Continue reading PCI team hold meeting with representatives of journalists in Srinagar
Supreme Court putting the onus on states to check incidents of mob violence and lynchings across the country is the lead story in most of the papers today. The Indian Express’ top headline reads “Mob violence is a crime whatever the motive,states should crack down says the Supreme Court”. The Asian Age reports”Supreme Court reserves … Continue reading Newspapers’ Scan- July 04
“Supreme Court nixes plea against choice of Chief Vigilance Commissioner, but tough on Lokpal delay” says DNA. “Court favours listing of pleas over nikah halala” writes DNA.”Supreme Court speed up hearing of nikah halala” informs the Pioneer adding “Woman facing eviction from her in-laws’ home seeks urgent listing. “Congress wants united opposition to take on … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN-JULY 03
The mysterious death of 11 members of a family in a North Delhi Burari home, and the bus accident in Uttarakhand, occupy prominent place in the newspapers today. ”Mass suicide? 11 of family found dead in city home”, leads The Times of India. “Family was murdered”, The Hindu, on the other hand quotes the elder … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN-July 2
“India welcomes FATF decision” is the Asian Age headline. India has welcomed a decision by the Financial Action Task Force to put Pakistan on its ‘gray list’ for monitoring. “Liquor ban has changed the face of Bihar. People now buy milk, honey” is the headline in the Asian Age quoting NAYEAR AZAD of JD(U) … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- JULY 01
Amid reports about a 50 percent rise in deposits of money by Indians in the Swiss Banks and on Congress President Rahul Gandhi taking a swipe at the Prime Minister, the Statesman writes “Not all Swiss Bank deposits black money – says government”. Strong action promised against those found guilty of illegal deposits. Centre is … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN-JUNE 30
US Ambassador to the United Nation Nikki Haley’s visit to India is keenly tracked in the press. In the backdrop of India’s oil imports from Iran, The Times of India writes on its front page “Haley talks tough on Iran import curbs, India may fall in line”. On the recent killing of Kashmiri journalist Shujaat … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN-JUNE 29
The postponement of the much anticipated dialogue between India and the United states is the top story covered by most of the newspapers today. “US postpones 2+2 dialogue with India” is the headline in The Hindu while the Hindustan Times writes on US telling India : “End oil imports from Iran or face sanctions”. On … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN -JUNE – 28
Most newspapers have today highlighted liqour baron Vijay Mallya’s desparate attempt for an image makeover, days after the Enforcement Directorate moved a special court to declare him a fugitive economic offender. “I will settle dues with every bank, says Mallya” reports the DNA. The Hindustan Times quotes him – “made ‘poster boy’ of bank default, … Continue reading Newspapers scan -June 27
“Farmers to pay the price of tariff fight with Trump; Higher import duties to push phosphatics’ prices up further” highlights the Hindu Business Line. “Seychelles makes U-turn: Indian naval base plan still intact”, days after Seychelles Parliament blocked Indian military expansion plans in the Assumption Island, writes the Pioneer. “High Court stays cutting of trees … Continue reading Newspapers’ SCAN -June 26
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