The spectrum loop gets bigger`writes the Times of India,referring to CBI naming Ruias in a fresh 2G charge sheet, "5 corporate honchos indicted" says the Statesman calling Ruias 'big fish', the Hindustan Times headline reads '$17 billion dollars worth Ruias of Essar now in CBI net'. "Court to consider charges on Dec 17' says the Economic Times.
The second big story of the day is the industrial output falling for the first time in 2 years. "Economy sends SOS as factory output slumps' is the Economic Times headline. "Sensex slips 343 points' says the Times of India. "Rupee falls to lifetime low of 52.84 against the dollar' reports the Indian Express.
The Lokpal logjam continues. 'Cabinet won't clear Lokpal today' is the headline in the Pioneer. "To weather Anna storm, UPA likely to offer PM, CBI, babus under Lokpal' reads the Hindustan Times headline.
'Troubled waters?' asks the Hindustan Times, as it reports of China making inroads into the Indian Ocean. The Asian Age says 'China's first military base abroad to be in Seychelles'.
Kudos for Delhi Police! They have foiled an ISI plan to settle its spies in India. 'Cops nab Pak Duo' writes the Mail Today.
"SRCC boy held for Ramjas admission scam", writes the Times of India and adds that a second-year SRCC student is among four persons arrested for their alleged role in the Ramjas college admission scam, opening the possibility that similar rackets had taken place in other colleges of Delhi University.
Pakistan based outfit Jamiatul Mujahuddin claming responsibility for attack on J&K minister, Ali Muhammad Sagar, features on the front page of the Tribune.