Trouble brewing between the two UPA allies - the Congress, and the Trinamool Congress - is evident from the front pages of many newspapers. 'Mamata accuses Congress, CPM of ganging up on her', says the Statesman. 'Alliance wobbles', writes the Times of India, adding that it's a bumpy road ahead for Congress - TMC ties.
Mukesh Ambani funding Network-18, makes front page news. 'RIL makes mega media deal with Network-18", is the headline in the Financial Express.
Bajaj unveiling the Nano rival RE-60 figures prominently in most dailies. The Business Standard and the Asian Age show Rajiv Bajaj, at its launch in Delhi yesterday. Calling it 'a mini taxi' to replace 3 wheelers', the Times of India adds that the new car has a mileage of 35 km per litre.
Another batting collapse, India all out for 191 in Australia, is referred to as the 'Sydney Slump' by the Hindustan Times. 'Pattinson destroys India', says the Asian Age, as it shows the Aussie cricketer celebrating after taking the wicket of Tendulkar.
'Omar Abdullah slams CISF over youth's killing' is the Statesman headline. The Mail Today has a picture of the CM with the family of the slain youth at Baramulla.
So, are you all excited about the Auto Expo? 'The World's cars drive into India', writes Mail Today, featuring pictures of some of the luxurious beauties. The Indian Express informs that there will be 32 car launches and the expo will be open to the public between 7th to 11th January.
The Hindustan Times and the Pioneer write that the CBSE Class 12 board exams will begin on the 1st of March.
'After Gujarat, Tamil Nadu makes Chess compulsory in schools', writes the Times of India.
Good news, if you are planning to holiday this year. The Times of India has listed 5 long weekends. The paper further adds that there are 93 straight holidays - 53 Sundays, 24 second and fourth Saturdays, 14 Delhi government holidays and 2 restricted holidays - Have Fun!