'The stage is all set' - writes The Hindu, 'for Monday's announcement of unveiling a booster package to revive the economy, the markets, Bourses and India Inc, almost as an encore by the Finance Minister'.
The tragic conclusion of the rescue operation to save 4 year old Mahi from an open borewell, is covered by most papers. '80 hour rescue effort ends in tears', headlines The Times of India. The paper writes that she died of asphyxia a few hours after she fell into the borewell.
'Lets talk business, border row can wait, Beijing tells Delhi', headlines Hindustan Times. China has pitched for a two -track approach to strengthen bilateral relations with India, advocating patience in resolving the sticky border dispute and deepening economic and cultural ties.
The Indian Express writes, 'Government urges PSUs to hike dividend payouts', with a clear message being passed to companies to announce higher dividends.
The Hindustan Times reports that the Government is debating introduction of a new scheme to mobilize foreign exchange deposits from NRIs to steam the rupees slide and boost dollar inflows with global bonds.
Business line of The Hindu writes, 'Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to penalize errant cable service providers.' Non complaisance with digitisation norms could cost service provider heavy, including prosecution.
'Delhi and Mumbai', writes The Times of India, 'have been chosen for the DRDO's ballistic missile defence system that can be put in place at short notice and strategic planning has already begun'.
And finally to conclude press review - The Asian Age reports 'No jeans, flip - flops and short skirts at this year's Wimbledon for All England Club members', with organizers issuing five photographs illustrating just how to avoid the disgrace of being banned from the club house.