The government decision to make small saving an attractive investment has invited favorable response from major news dailies today. "Saving grace in time of inflation" exults the Asian Age, while the Financial Express adds "small savings to get big results".
Cancellation of its flights is not the only problem Kingfisher Airlines seems to be embroiled in as its evident from stories reported on it by most major news dailies today. "Kingfisher emergency rescue waits for PM" reports the Indian Express and adds "Airlines withdraws 40 more flights; will talk to PM, says Vayalar Ravi". The Hindustan Times says "Half of Kingfisher fleet sitting idle - No Money to operate 35% of its slots, or even change tyres".
The 2G spectrum trial also finds mention in the front pages today. "Authorities begins to unravel telecom tangle", reports the Times of India. "As 2G trial begin, Raja protests: Probe still on", notes the Indian Express. The Hindu adds "At 2G trial witness identifies Reliance cheques for Swan.
In its lead story on SAARC on the front page the Tribune reports, "SAARC puts trade pacts on fast track - Leaders call speeding up transport connectivity between member countries".
The Supreme Court nods for one lakh more autos in Delhi, has the Mail Today warning "Brace for mayhem on the roads", while the Pioneer asks "Delhi's decongestion plan up in smoke?
And finally, "Biggest Heera from Panna", exclaims the Asian Age and reports that the biggest 37.68 carat diamond has been unearthed by NMDC from Diamond Mines at Panna in Madhya Pradesh.