इंडियन आवाज़     13 Nov 2018 11:37:35      انڈین آواز

Newspapers’ Scan – July 05

Pile of Various newspapers over white background.

SC ruling on Delhi government and hike in MSP are major news story in most of the news papers today. ‘ SC rein in Delhi L-G’ is top headline of the INDIAN EXPRESS. “Top court fixes Capital mess” LG can’t beobstructionist, No room for anarchism too is a DNA headline – on the Supreme Court verdict regarding powers of LG and CM in Delhi.

“Steep hike in MSP of Kharif crops with eyes on LokSabha polls” is an Asian Age headline.

“Steep hike in Kharif MSPs may cost government 350billion dollars” says the Business Standard.

The big message is to encourage growth of pulse oilseedsand millets – Bajra will get 97 percent returns, says Times of India.

However the Hindustan Times writes that the efficacy of raised prices depends on how effectively the government canintervene when prices to crash below MSP.

Chant vedic Mantras, adopt cosmic farming for better yields without chemicals says a Hindustan Times story quoting a Goaminister.

The Tribune reports howa group of villagers in Punjab will walk 230 km to Chandigarh to remind Chief Minister of his vow to end drug addiction. However, Dope test has been made amust for all Punjab staff.

The Hindustan Times reports of a government run smart and digital school at SOMAJIGUDA in Hyderabad that has had parents withdrawing children from private school to getthem admitted here.

Can sapling replace grown up tree? headline the DNA quoting acting Chief Justice Geeta Mittal on the planned felling of 16 thousand treesin Delhi. What about Garbage, Parking, water and pollution in the plannedmultistory building, the bench asked.

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