The latest controversy on the 2G scam dominates the headlines of major news dailies today. The Mail Today observes " PAC set to open 2G probe after letter gate" while the Pioneer notes "Subbarao kept PC in loop - several consultation with then FM on 2G, former Finance Secretary told PAC". The Hindustan Times reports that the 2G note was for defending the government and that a bureaucratic exercise initiated by PMO turned into opposition's weapon.
In a prominent front page story, the Hindu reports on the split verdict on centre's plea to recall black money order and adds that centre argues that court should not interfere in the economic policy.
In yet another shocking incident of urban intolerance and aggression, the Hindustan Times reports with photographs of CC TV footage of "Drive by killing at Gurgaon toll plaza over Rs.27" The Times of India adds " Victim waived payment, was still murdered".
The US military Chief Mike Mullin's comments claiming ISI was backing militant activities, has been reported by the Mail Today which headlines "Pak fumes over US 'Terror Tag' on ISI". While the Asian Age reports "Angry Pak ready to dump US" and adds that the Pakistani Foreign Minister says that Pakistan is prepared to part ways with the US if its sovereignty is not respected.
The final journey of legendary cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi has emotive eulogies along with photographs in all the dailies. "Cricket's Nawab is laid to rest" says the Asian Age. The Times of India notes "village flocks to pay tribute to Tiger, see stars".
Shoaib Akhtar's autobiography aptly title "Controversialy Yours" has also found mention in the dailies today. "Pindi Express rams Indian icons" headlines the Mail Today, while the Hindustan Times adds "Sachin no good in Shoaib's book".
And finally, major newspapers have reported that scientists CERN laboratory at Geneva claim to have recorded sub atomic particles known as neutrinos, travelling faster than the speed of light, a feat considered impossible by Einsteins theory of relativity.