इंडियन आवाज़     15 Nov 2018 03:04:15      انڈین آواز


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The inauguration of Delhi’s much awaited iconic Signature bridge, bringing much needed relief to the commuters has been covered by almost all the newspapers today with a photograph on their front-pages. ”Capital’s own Eiffel Tower” says the Mail Today. While the Hindustan Times writes, ”Scuffles mar opening of Signature Bridge” over a brawl for credit.

Irked over the denial of information on the disclosure of the names of wilful defaulters who have taken bank loans of Rs 50 crore and above by the RBI, the Pioneer writes Central Information Commission issues show cause notice to RBI governor for non-disclosure of wilful defaulters’ list”.

A top headline in the Economic Times on the government-central bank standoff says, ”Section 7 invoked only after RBI ignored Govt wish list”, forcing to initiate unused section-7 after the central bank failed to act postively on any of the issues suggested by the government.

Notwithstanding the restrictions imposed by the Supreme Court, Deepawali might continue to be noisy in the city of Hyderabad is a headline in The Hindu, ”Its not going to be a silent Deepawali this time”, citing the judgment, coming too late to have an effect immediately.

”3 Civil Surgeons under scanner over disability quota promotion”, is a headline in the Tribune. Punjab seeks experts’ report on authenticity of certificates.

Amid the beauty of Kashmir’s first snowfall of the season, the valley will host India’s premier domestic football tournament for the first time, ”Excitement in air as real Kashmir brace for home I-league debut” is a story in the DNA. On same topic Indian Express writes “As snow falls in Srinagar, Real Kashmir warms up to first I-League game in J&K”

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