The war of words between the Congress and the BJP, over allocation of coal blocks continues to be given prominence by the Press. "Coal Row: Govt dares BJP to move No Trust", headlines the Asian age. The Indian Express quotes Arun Jaitley - "won't give an escape route through debate, at times obstruction in House benefits Country". And the Mail Today opines "BJP speaks in conflicting voices on the coalgate logjam in Parliament".
The Sunday Times reports that the CBI is set to move against 10 cases where companies fudged facts to qualify for getting coal blocks, through the allocation route.
The other major story in the Papers is of technology giant 'Apple' winning a massive victory in its patent case against South Korean major Samsung. "Apple bites Samsung, wins 1 billion dollars in patent case.' writes Hindustan Times. " Apple wins patent suit, but Samsung set for bounce back", writes The Financial Express.
"Judges should not govern the Nation, cautions the Chief Justice of India", reports the Tribune. The Times of India -quoting the Chief Justice - writes 'Judicial activism was permissible when it came to extending human rights principles, but not on policy and legislative domains - which belong to the executive and legislative.
Exactly a week after the arrest of 26 year old Anees Pasha and two of his colleagues (who allegedly sent out hate texts to thousands of people in Bengaluru), the police have now arrested Moosa, said to be the mastermind. He forwarded hate SMSs to nearly 10 thousand people that created the panic in the city.
And finally, Hindustan Times writes - 'if you buy a new model mobile handset that comes to the market after September 2012, rest assured it will emit much less radiation thanks to the new norms.