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PB’s twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. Indian, Chinese NSAs meet in Hyderabad, discuss bilateral ties
Besides blocking India’s admission into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), China had put a second technical hold on India’s move to bring about a UN ban on Jaish-e-Mohmmed chief Azhar. While India is concerned over the Pakistan factor creeping into India-China relations making the bilateral ties more complex, China too is airing its apprehensions over the movement to boycott Chinese goods in India. Many usefu agendas that will affect the ties.
2. SAD-BJP should apologise for framing AAP MLA in Malerkotla incident: AAP
AAP also hit out the Parkash Singh Badal government for lodging “false cases” against its workers and lawmakers. Not once has there been a case when AAP did not make the headline for any reason, and now that the elections are around the corner, the publicity this party is receiving is immense.
3. Independent Directors Of Tata Group’s Indian Hotels Back Cyrus Mistry
Every enterprise needs to make profit to survive. Cyrus was not talking about making huge profits. Organisations need to make profits. It will be very interesting to see how the independent Directors of these legal and supposedly autonomous entities behave in future, because they can be very powerful if they decide to live up to their name, and do what is right for the companies on whose Boards they sit. The right thing cannot just be pre decided in the favour of either Tata or Mistry.
4. VK Singh comes under attack for his comment on deceased ex-serviceman
Stating that Congress was not trying to score brownie points over the incident but was safeguarding democracy, Scindia alleged the dispensation was demeaning democratic system. The parties aare trying to score political mileage out of the incident and for the anarchist the less said it is better.
5. China says no ‘unilateral action’ to change status quo of LAC
There is little significance in Chinese position as any infrastructure development is for people and wherever people have settled, they will be allowed to have ease of life rather hollow Chinese announcements.