The conclusion of the BJP's two day national executive meeting is prominently noticed on the front pages of most papers. "Gear up to face polls any time, Sushma tells BJP workers" reports the Hindu. The Pioneer adds "Dont lose way with infighting, graft charges, cadre told". Commenting on the absence of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yedyurappa at the meet, the Mail Today writes " Modi-Yeddi absence only dissonant note in party's unity chorus".
The decision of an Ahmedabad court to send suspended Gujarat IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt into judicial custody after rejecting demands for a police remand is highlighted in all the papers. "Bhatt goes to jail, wife sees threat to his life from 'police under CM'" reports the Indian Express.
The Hindustan Times, the Indian Express and the Hindu report that the Central Vigilance Commission and the Central Bureau of Investigation have opposed Team Anna's proposal to bring them under the control of the proposed Lokpal but would like their chiefs to be made members of the anti-graft watchdog.
The government's response to the ongoing agitation for a separate Telangana state is widely noticed. "Cong top brass buys more time on Telangana" reports the Statesman on its front page. The Times of India writes "T-stir may force govt to reopen talks".
In international news, the death sentence handed out to Mumtaz Qadri for assassinating Salman Taseer, the governor of Pakistan's Punjab province is widely covered. The Hindu reports that Qadri's supporters have announced rewards for killing the judge who gave the verdict.
Can you imagine Delhi's central vista Rajpath turning into a racing track? All papers carry pictures of a racing car zipping down Rajpath watched by thousands of spectators - a teaser, ahead of the inauguration of the Formula 1 grand prix at Greater Noida at the end of this month.