Aaditya Thackeray To Contest Maharashtra Assembly Polls, Floods In UP And Bihar, And Other Big Stories

Updated: October 01, 2019 07:29 IST

Aaditya Thackeray To Contest Maharashtra Assembly Polls, Floods In UP And Bihar, And Other Big Stories
The Times Of India is leading with Aaditya Thackeray to contest the state assembly elections from Mumbai's Worli constituency. A panel of secretaries proposing the exit four public sector undertakings - fuel retailer Bharat Petroleum, Shipping Corporation of India, and power companies THDC and NEEPCO-while paring its holding in Concor from around 55% to 25%, made to the front page of daily. More
Aaditya Thackeray To Contest Maharashtra Assembly Polls, Floods In UP And Bihar, And Other Big Stories
Hindustan Times is leading with Delhi police commissioner asking chiefs of the city's 15 police districts to personally monitor cases filed in connection with snatching amid concerns of a growing street crime problem in the national capital. A late September torrential deluge pummeled large swathes of eastern Uttar Pradesh and Bihar over the past 72 hours as flood waters swamped government offices, inundated hospital wards and marooned the houses of senior politicians. More
Aaditya Thackeray To Contest Maharashtra Assembly Polls, Floods In UP And Bihar, And Other Big Stories
The Indian Express is leading with Jammu & Kashmir High Court overburdened with litigation, are functioning with just nine judges against a sanctioned strength of 17 judges. Assam's neighbouring North Eastern states intensifing checks on people crossing state borders without proper papers, and have turned back scores of people back to Assam, made to the front page of daily. More
Aaditya Thackeray To Contest Maharashtra Assembly Polls, Floods In UP And Bihar, And Other Big Stories
The Asian Age is leading with Supreme Court saying that a Constitution bench will take the petitions related to Jammu and Kashmir starting from Tuesday. More than 28 people have died as heavy rains in the last four days caused a flood-like situation in Bihar, is on the front page of paper. More
Aaditya Thackeray To Contest Maharashtra Assembly Polls, Floods In UP And Bihar, And Other Big Stories
The Telegraph is leading with Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan saying people in authority have to tolerate criticism and that any move to suppress it "is a sure fire recipe for policy mistakes". The separate decisions of Supreme Court collegium to send two judges, whose transfers have generated controversy, to courts in the Northeast have raised the question whether an impression is being created that the region is being used as a punishment terrain. More

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