Most newspapers this morning have front page photographs of the newly crowned queen of Bhutan Jetsun Pema and the king of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk, acknowledging the crowd after their wedding ceremony in Bhutan yesterday.
"SC slashes uphaar tragedy victims compensation'', writes the Hindustan Times. The Hindu adds that the families of the Uphaar cinema fire tragedy suffered a major blow when the Supreme Court drastically reduced to half the compensation awarded to them 14 years after losing their loved ones.
"Had Raja heeded PM's letter, there would have been no scam, says Supreme Court", writes the Hindustan Times. Why was no action taken on Manmohan's letter to Raja asks the Supreme Court. The Hindu, the Mail Today and other papers have highlighted this story.
The Tribune, Pioneer, Indian Express and Times of India have front page photographs of the car packed with explosives that was found outside Ambala Cant railway station. Delhi escapes bloody Diwali with 5kg RDX haul in Ambala writes the Times of India. "Lashkar-Babbar Khalsa plot: Explosive Laden car meant for Diwali attack in Delhi, say cops", writes the Indian Express.
Cabinet clears digitisation of Cable TV Services writes the Indian Express, once approved the ordinance will make it compulsory for all cable operators in metros to digitize their services by March the 31st next year.
And finally, Indias first Robotic assisted removal of a part of donors tissue was carried out in a hospital in Gurgaon. The liver transplant team at Medanta Medicity, used a robotic liver donor surgery to obtain 20% of the boy's uncle's liver to save the life of four year old Ziad. The robotic arms work through 5 to 10 mm small holes and patients recover faster than conventional surgery procedures. The Hindu, The Tribune and The Indian Express have covered this story.