Abhishek Manu Singhvi resigning as Congress spokesperson and quitting as chairperson of Parliamentary Committee finds place on the front pages of most papers. 'CD row silences Singhvi' writes Mail Today.
As the race for the Presidential poll gathers momentum, the Hindustan Times says, 'Government for consensus in President poll, SP puts Kalam in mix - Pawar shifts from non political to 'agreed' candidate.
The Supreme Court rejecting the PIL against the army Chief designate figures in all papers. The Tribune headline reads 'SC puts seal on Bikram Singh's appointment as Army Chief'.
A Norway court finally giving custody of two Indian children to their uncle is the lead story in the Hindu. 'Bhattacharya kids handed over' writes the paper.
TRAI's call for a steep hike in spectrum price is the lead story in the Business Dailies. '13 fold hike in base price for 2G Waves' is the Economic Times headline. As a consequence, your phone bills may go up by 10 per cent, warns the Hindustan Times. 'Get ready to pay more for talking' writes Mail Today.
'Round One - Sarko trails Hollande' writes the Asian Age, of the first round of French Presidential poll results.
'Bond must for USA bound docs' says the Statesman, quoting the Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad. 'Docs going to US to study must promise to return' writes the Indian Express, adding that those who don't return, will not be able to practice in US.
'Medical Marvel' is how the Times of India refers to the new synthetic anti malaria drug which India has developed.
The Tribune reports of Amit Garg, a Haryana boy, who has created a world record in mental division, by dividing a 10-digit number with a 5 digit number in 34 seconds.
Scientists at New Castle University have built an emotionally intelligent electric car writes the Times of India. 'Driving just got easier' says the paper - Hi tech car allows grannies to drive - navigation tools and health monitors ensure safety and boost confidence.