Most papers of the day covered the increasing violence in Assam and the arson and curfew in Kokrajhar.
Supreme Court banning the core area tourism in Tiger Parks is the other major story noticed by the papers.
"India staring at drought", reports Hindustan Times in a front page story. In a related story, the Economic Times says that farmers stare helplessly at parched fields and are furious with the Indian Meteorological Department for predicting a normal monsoon.
"Pranab takes austerity drive to Rashtrapati Bhavan", under that headline Hindustan Times writes that according top government sources, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee, who maintains a simple lifestyle, has already issued instructions against large-scale decorations or buying of whole new furniture for the presidential household.
"Time's almost up for the UPA, warns NCP", under that headline the Pioneer writes about the tension between the UPA and NCP. The Economic Times, however, says that the NCP is likely to remain a part of the UPA but will bargain for more clout in the ruling coalition.
Anna Hazare will sit on an indefinite fast at Jantar Mantar along with his team from Wednesday write most papers.
A Hindustan Times's headline reads, "File FIR on missing kids, High Court tells cops". Another story in the paper says, "Voice on 26/11 tapes is mine confirms Jundal."
And finally, a study carried out by British and Dutch researchers found that just two slices of cheese a day or 55 grams of yoghurt, cuts the risk of Type-II diabetes by 12 per cent. The Hindu, the Asian Age and the Times of India have reported the story.