Most papers this morning headline the government clearing the deck for pension funds. The Cabinet gave its nod to amendments in the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Bill which seeks to allow foreign player entry in the pension sector, writes the Business Standard and Financial Express.
'Rupees one crore fine proposed for charging capitation fee" writes the Hindu, Asian Age and Indian Express. In a bid to prevent Educational Institutions from exploiting students, the cabinet has approved amendments in "Higher Educational Institutional Bill 2011".
The Indian Express and Tribune write that the Central Information Commission has directed the RBI to reveal the names and details of the top 100 industrialists who have defaulted on loans from public sector banks.
Rare Sikh memorabilia to go under the hammer in the United Kingdom today is a front page story in the Tribune. A Gold Mohar minted during the reign of Ranjit Singh and other heritage items will be auctioned.
Dracula Therapy is the latest technique in medical science, being used to fight ageing with your own blood. According to the Hindu, blood extracted from the patient processed with growth hormones in the laboratory is re-injected in the face with micro needles. The blood with growth hormones then repairs and heals scars and treats wrinkled skin without chemical or surgical procedures. This procedure was first introduced in Britain and is now available in India. The Asian Age has also highlighted this story.
And Finally, The pioneer writes about many Indians in Bangalore city whose facebook accounts have been hacked. The Pioneer reports that over 60 lakh accounts have been hacked globally this week with pornographic material being posted by the hackers on several accounts.