The five nation BRICS SUMMIT, which culminated in the 'Delhi Declaration' yesterday, is given special notice on the front pages. "Brics will trade in own currencies, not dollar" writes the Asian Age. The Indian Express writes ' The Brics countries took baby steps towards facilitating intra- Brics trade and investment in local currencies. "China, the first among equals in BRICs, writes Hindustan Times.
The continuing battle of nerves between the Government and Army Chief also continues to find space on the front pages. "Government, General locked in war of attrition" is the top headline in The Pioneer. "Serial bomber chief embarrasses Government," writes Hindustan Times.
The Indian Express writes -- Former corporate Heavy weights who are now part of the government 'system' have asked the PM to streamline the Institutional Framework. "Rein in the Bureaucracy if you want us to deliver" -- reads the headline.
The Hindu writes that Darul Uloom Deoband has ruled that Talak given in a state of drunkenness is valid, and that after 3 'talaqs', a woman becomes illegal for her husband. The institution has also laid down conditions for remarriage.
The Times of India writes --- days after her Government's green signal to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa said that the plant was expected to commence production in two months.
The Statesman, quoting a top Pentagon official writes "Pakistan has an 'addiction' to playing around with militia groups to achieve certain interests, particularly vis-a-vis India. This gets them in all kinds of trouble, and the USA has virtually given up efforts to change this mindset.
And finally, The Indian Express writes - She has been sweeping the road around her colony for five years, but now Prakash Wati, a safai Karamchari in the MC