The Times of India under its headline "Manmohan, 'man of peace' Gilani promise new chapter in ties, "writes that the meeting between the two was low in deliverables but high on a desire to stay engaged and push for normalization of ties ruptured by the 26/11 terror attacks. Similar sentiments have been covered by the Hindustan Times in its headline, "India-Pak dialogue reset to pre-Mumbai attacks".
Army may suspend counter-insurgency operations if Chief Minister Omar Abdullah unilaterally lifted the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from parts of Jammu and Kashmir. This is covered by the Hindustan Times under the headline "Army to stop ops if Omar lifts AFSPA.
The Rajasthan Water Resource Minister Mahipal Maderna was quizzed by the CBI in jodhpur where he admitted he was acquainted with the missing nurse Bhanwari Devi. The story has been covered on the front pages of the Asian Age, the Tribune, the Pioneer and the Indian Express.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar lashing out at Team Anna for criticizing his Lokayukta Bill has been covered by the Times of India under the headline "Nitish Hits Back : Team Anna can't dictate terms".
All major newspapers including the Times of India and the Hindustan Times have covered along with photographs the bizarre and baffling game of glorious uncertainties called Cricket. The first test between South Africa and Australia in Cape Town saw all the 4 innings being played on one day. Australia recorded their lowest Test Score of 47 in the last 100 years, the fourth lowest overall.
And finally, according to the Asian Age, while many people think that today, the 11th November, 2011 or 11.11.11 - a sequence that will happen again only a century later - is an auspicious day, the astrologers however say that fancy numbers don't make a day auspicious in any way and people should treat this day as any other day.