'Gilani's fate hangs in balance as court issues contempt notice - for failure to implement order on money laundering cases against Zardari', reads the Hindu headline. 'Gilani's future uncertain', says the Tribune. The Pioneer writes that the Pak PM has to appear before the Supreme Court on 19th of January.
The Army Chief moving Supreme Court is the lead in most papers. 'Defiant general declares war on Government - Singh goes to Supreme Court on age issue, after arming himself with legal opinion from four former justices', writes the Mail Today. The Asian Age says that 'he is the first Chief to sue government'. 'Its all about honour and integrity, not tenure', writes the Times of India, quoting General Singh.
Despite the setback to the Indian Cricket team in England and Australia, 'BCCI unlikely to move against senior players', writes the Hindustan Times, adding that 'team India is going through a transitional phase, says Board Secretary'. But the Economic Times writes, 'Brand cricket goes down under with team India' to the advertisers who are ready to pull the plug.
'Google, Facebook invoke freedom of speech in content trial', is a headline in the Indian Express. 'Social networking sites tell the High Court that even important judgements will go off search engines if ban imposed', writes the Pioneer.
In a shocking revelation, after a survey, the Hindustan Times and the Indian Express report that in India, half of class 5 kids can't read class two books.
The country's Inflation dropping to a 2-year low of 7.47 per cent, is reported by the Business Standard and the Statesman.
Good news for moms and home makers! The Times of India, quoting former president APJ Abdul Kalam writes, 'Smiling moms keep nation happy - make your mother smile'.
And adding to this is a front page item in the Hindustan Times titled 'Homemaker's services must be valued, says Apex Court'. So, woman at home - rejoice! Your labour of love is finally being acknowledged!