Today's Newspapers Headlines
The partial rollback of rail fare hike makes front page news. "Mamata gets her way again' is the Statesman headline. "TMC completes its revenge, Roy rolls back much of Dinesh budget' writes the Indian Express. The Pioneer says that Mukul Roy has withdrawn the hike in fare in sleeper, ordinary second class, AC Chair car and AC 3 tier.
India voting for resolution aginst Sri Lanka is covered prominently today. "India joins West to vote against Lanka on war crimes"is the Tribune headline.
The CAG trashing the coal block losses report as misleading is covered extensively by many papers. "Govt. gets a breather as CAG denies report" writes the Economic Times".
The Hindustan Times leads with the Norway kids saga - "Mom claims abuse, Norway won't hand over kids to uncle' reads the paper's headline, adding that Sagarika has accused her husband of violence and is seeking embassy protection.
On the ongoing Karnataka row, "Gowda submits resignation to Gadkari, Yeddy comeback likely" says the Statesman.
The Indian Express has a picture of distraught Bangladeshi players after their two run defeat. 'History eludes Bangladesh", writes the Times of India.
The Adarsh society asked to surrender building to the Defence Ministry is reported by the Hindu. The paper writes that the Bombay High Court has asked the society to do so.
The sensex plummeting by 405 points finds places on the front page of the Hindustan Times and the Financial dailies.
Do joint pains trouble you? The Express Newsline writes of an AIIMS study which says that "lowly dhania fights arthritis better than drugs".
And finally, as navratras begin today, the Delhi Times gives you the options of how to feast in these 9 days of fasting!!