The Indian Express under the headline " five held for leak of Medical Exam paper' writes that a second year MBBS student at a Medical College in Ujjain was the mastermind of the racket which involved the use of Bluetooth technology and software. The story has been covered by most newspaper. The Times of India headlines it as " Cheats use bluetooth, call cameras in AIIMS Exam.
The Hindu also caries a story where the Supreme Court has expressed anguish over reports that patients at a premier hospital in the capital were sleeping on pavement in the biting cold without any protection. The Supreme Court has asked 14 states including Delhi to file affidavit on night shelters as its observation is noted under the headline " Our heart bleeds when we see homeless persons sleeping without roof in winter.
Giving Rajesh Talwar a breather, the Supreme Court directed that the dentist would continue to be on bail till Feb 4. It also granted interim bail to former telecom minister Sukh Ram, till January 16. These stories have been covered extensively by the Pioneer and the Asian Age.
The Pioneer on its front page writes that Darul Islam Deoband has asked the center to cancel the VISA of award winning author Salman Rushdie who is expected to visit India to attend the Jaipur literature festival that kicks off on January 21. Rushdie's " Satanic Verses" made him a target of the fundamentalists forcing him to live underground almost through the entire 1990.
Beware ! writes the Times of India, your daily glass of milk could actually be harming your health as nearly 70% of samples collected in Delhi failed to conform to standards.
The Hindu on the front page has shown a photograph of tourists enjoying their day on the snow - clad Mall Road after a snowfall in Shimla on Monday even on The Hindustan Times reports that heavy rain and snow lashed several parts of J&K, Puna, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand bringing temperatures below freezing point and taking the nation wide death toll to 139.