Newspapers Scan- March- 15
Newspapers have also prominently covered the spectacular rise of share markets following BJPs victory in recent Assembly Polls. The Economic Times says, “Nifty buys into UP verdict, hits High on reform hopes.” Adds further saying rupee re-surges to 16-month high of 65.82 against the Dollar as overseas investors turn bullish.
Manohar Parrikar taking over as Goa Chief Minister is one of the top stories in most of the dailies this morning. “Parrikar back in Goa saddle, ordered to prove majority in the House tomorrow” leads The Indian Express.
Referring to the March 16th swearing ceremony of Captain Amarinder Singh The Tribune writes “Captain to take oath with small team. Cabinet to be expanded later.”
Writing on the Delhi Municipal Councillors elections, Hindustan Times writes “MCD Election on April 22, Kejriwal wants EVMs out.” “Kejri, Maken seek paper ballots, it’s too late says Election Commission” writes The Times of India.
On 28 year old M.Phil student Muthukrishnan The Hindu writes “JNU M.Phil student ends life, family alleges foul play. Found hanging at his friends rented accomodation.”
The Times of India writes “Supreme Court Collegium paves way for peace with government. Ends one-year Impasse by finalising judicial appointment procedure.”
On computing ability, rural India is lost in the woods” states The Hindu. The paper writes that according to a study just 8.8% of population can use PCs, smartphones.
Hindustan Times reports that taking supplements of vitamin B may offer protection against the impact of air pollution on health, a new study claims. Researchers at Columbia university found vitamin B may play a critical role in reducing the impact of air pollution on the epige-nome – compounds that can tell genes what to do.