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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-01-13

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

CONTENTS

  • [01] Karamanlis ends India visit in Jaipur
  • [02] Greek Press Review

  • [01] Karamanlis ends India visit in Jaipur

    NEW DELHI (ANA-MPA - S. Goutzanis) Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis ended a three-day official visit to India on Sunday by visiting the sights around the city of Jaipur, capital of Rajasthan state.

    Accompanied by his wife Natasha, Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis and her husband Isidoros Kouvelos, Minister of State Theodoros Roussopoulos and other members of the Greek delegation, the prime minister visited Jaipur's City Palace, formerly the home of the local maharajah, and had the opportunity to view various forms of Indian artwork.

    The delegation then called on the famous Amber Fort built on the summit of a hill, which also served as a palace in the 16th century, where they witnessed performances of traditional Indian music and dancing by a group attempting to revive ancient Indian music forms.

    Their final stop was Jaipur's Bazaar, where the prime minister's party was given a tour before their departure for Athens.

    Caption: ANA-MPA file photograph of Indian musicians performing at the Taj Mahal. EPA/Harish Tyagi.

    [02] Greek Press Review

    The Sunday edition of Athens' newspapers at a glance

    The Zachopoulos blackmail case and new evidence being unearthed about the former culture ministry secretary general - as well as the anticipated naming of the journalist that supplied a DVD with secret recordings of Zachopoulos' clandestine love affair to the prime minister's office - dominated the headlines of Sunday's papers.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Crucial decisions for Karamanlis. Prime minister attempting to disengage from morbid political climate by personally taking charge of the national issue of pension reforms"

    APOGEVMATINI: "Changes being promoted in the coastal zone; the definitions for shoreline and coastline."

    AVGI: "Something's happening here. Two-party system on a slippery slope, judged unreliable" refers to opinion polls showing a decline in the popularity of both main parties.

    AVRIANI: "The country's becoming a massive bordello; each one is worst than the other. The entire political and [media] publishers' system in a state of decay" - refers to what it claims is a widespread 'stench of corruption' in both the political system and the media.

    CHORA: "The 'whittling' operation falls flat. Exclusive: Karamanlis-Papandreou the targets" - Asserts that the Zachopoulos scandal is being gradually exposed as an attempt by certain parties to exploit a minor sex scandal in order to undermine the entire political spectrum by painting the political system as corrupt.

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Media war over the 'postman' of the 'blue' DVD; Papers versus TV channels and journalists versus journalists regarding the identity of the person that met Giannis Andrianos" (refers to the identity of the unnamed journalist that handed over a DVD containing bedroom scenes with Zachopoulos and his mistress Eva Tzekou).

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "For whom the bell tolls. Flurry of new revelations triggered by imminent public naming of the notorious 'cassette-bearer' in the Zachopoulos case"

    EPOCHI: "Maximou (prime minister's office) and PASOK in a vortex. Escape from the scandal sought by Maximou, fragmentation feared at PASOK" - sees both main parties undergoing crisis.

    ETHNOS: "Guerrilla warfare ...on many levels. The Zachopoulos tremblor raises tsunami for government"

    KATHIMERINI: "Waiting for the politics. Greece appears unable to use the opportunities and the challenges that lie before it"

    LOGOS: "Scenarios of fragmentation for PASOK and changes to the political scene. Attacks in view of conference" - quotes accusations by PASOK leader George Papandreou of attempt to undermine party.

    NIKI: "Government paralysed. Grim climate overshadows political life"

    PARON: "And his name is Themos. Andrianos ordered to give name to examining magistrate" - claims that PM's press office chief Yiannis Andrianos is about to name Themos Anastassiades as the journalist who gave him the DVD on Zachopoulos' extramarital love affair with a culture ministry employee.

    PROTO THEMA: "170 million euros from Zachopoulos to Lambrakis. Given in four years to the Athens Concert Hall (Megaron Mousikis)" - claims financial-political dimension behind Zachopoulos sex scandal.

    RIZOSPASTIS: "Social insurance - collective agreements. No waiting. Rallying and struggle for all popular needs"

    TO VIMA: "Light shed on the scandal. Radical revelations expected. The gaps, the inconsistencies, the faces and the Zachopoulos system" - claims new breakthroughs in judicial investigation of affair are imminent.

    VRADYNI: "The time has come for Karamanlis to 'clean the dung in the stables of Augeas'. Only the prime minister can dispel the morbid climate" - (refers to Zachopoulos affair).


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