इंडियन आवाज़     17 Oct 2018 05:50:52      انڈین آواز



Pile of Various newspapers over white background.If American President Doanld Trump has his “Buy American hire American way”, he may clear a proposal of tweaking H-1B visa that may send up to 7,50,000 Indian techies awaiting permanent residency in the US back to India – says a report in the Hindustan Times.

The Mail Today reports that a strong gender bias in Tihar Jail has finally been removed. From now, the female convicts are also eligible for semi – open and open jails, according the Delhi High Court.

The DNA reports of Dalit protests in Pune spreading to Mumbai in a front page story.

3.2 Million devotees taking a dip at Paush Purnima at Allahabad as the 45 days Magh Mela begins has been covered by Hindustan Times with a picture.
“The name is bond …. electoral bond” headlines the Hindu Business Line. License to kill political corruption by ending cash donation to political parties says the reports.

From 2014-16, 2,600 students committed suicided in India due to exam as per government data is a story in DNA.

“Spiritual politics not about religion says Actor Rajnikant setting of multiple interpretation leading to confusion reports The Times of India.

Other stories covered by News papers are, now Mahabharata circuit/Krishna circuit/ Jain circuit/ Sufi circuit/ to be introduced in UP tourism.

Large scale thefts of manus taking place in RORI in Rajasthan since 1999 probe ordered.

Indian visitors to the Taj to be capped at 40,000 per day. Onion acreage to decline by 4.5 Percent in 2017-2018.

And finally, Central government employees can now get paid leave for blood donation. At Present rules allow for whole blood donation, not apheresis donation reports a story in Tribune.

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