Daily News Tadka – 09.04.2016

PBs twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.

1. BJP is ‘Bhayanak Jaali Party’, says Mamata; dares Modi to arrest her

Some times truth can be too bitter to swallow and Didi is defenseless with an avalanche of misdeeds. Comments on BJP appears to be hollow and has no takers.  A large chunk of Indians are either rural poor or urban poor, about 40% now that is a huge chunk of 1.2 billion and in thickly populated states like waste Bengal the split between immigrant people from neighboring countries pose a huge danger of contaminating these state elections.

2. Jayalalithaa announces prohibition in Tamil Nadu if AIADMK voted back to power

Apart from monetary welfare,Amma thought of social measure because consuming liquor affects badly on health of poor people. Really well come step because it helps to middle and low income group.

3. Banks reject Vijay Mallya, KFA’s offer to repay Rs 4,000 crore, call it unacceptable

The consortium of banks has sought the presence of Mallya in the country to show his bonafide that he is serious in settling his dues. The repayment offer in the Supreme Court was submitted by Mallya, Kingfisher Airlines, United Breweries Holdings and Kingfisher Finvest India. But the banks told the court on Thursday that the offer was unacceptable.

4.  Kollam temple fire: 110 dead

Calamity in the midst of religious celebration, that too in the early morning hours, just as dawn was about to break through to dispel the dark hours of the night. Ironically, precious lives have been lost and this time, spiritual and mental darkness has crept in to so many families. Most unfortunate and heart rending.

5. Phase 2 polls in Assam and Kerala

The holding of a single day poll in three states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry are welcome. The holding of a two day poll in Assam in two phases on April 4 and 11 may be OK. The gap between the two day polls should have been reduced. The counting of votes should be taken up by April 15 and results declared instead of waiting till the polls in the other states are over.

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