The dailies today write extensively on the white paper on Black Money, tabled by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee in the Lok Sabha. "Government. paper white washes black money claims - Pranab tables 108 page white paper, but doesn't reveal names of Swiss account holders", says the Tribune while, The Business Standard says, "white paper Blank on size of black money, moots immunity".
The move to refer the Lokpal bill to a fresh house panel for further scrutiny has been reported as the lead headline in many papers. "UPA pushes Lokpal bill into deep freezer", opines the Hindustan Times. "Lokpal bill hits a new roadblock-referred to panel towards fag end of session", says the Hindu while the Pioneer writes, "Govt. wins again in Rajya Sabha".
The downward movement of the rupee has also been highlighted by many papers. "Rupee plummets below 55 level", says the Indian Express while the Tribune says "Rupee at life time low".
"Obama delivers snub to Zardari in Chicago", is a headline in the Asian Age, with the paper adding, US President refused to meet Pakistan President after failure to strike deal over restoring NATO's Afghan supplies.
Registration of Marriages will soon become mandatory in Delhi, writes the Statesman, adding that couples who fail to do so within 60 days of tying the knot will have to pay a fine of 10 thousand rupees.
And finally, a red alert for red meat eaters. The Times of India writes that eating too much of red meat and butter can cause Alzheimer. The papers says that research indicates that the total amount of fat intake did not really matter, but the type of fat did".