All major newspapers have prominently covered the sentence awarded in the Post Godhra Naroda Patiya riots case on their front pages. 'Kodnani gets 28 years, Bajrangi life" says Hindustan Times while The Indian Express, headlines, "MLA gets 28 years for Naroda massacre, Bajrangi to spend rest of his life in jail."
The Hindu reports about Prime Minister's on board statement blaming BJP for diversionary tactics on coal block allocation issue while returning home from Tehran.
Most papers report that the Supreme Court has held that the economic offences committed by Sahara must be dealt with by an iron hand and directed two Sahara group companies to refund over 24,400 crore rupees collected from 2.21 crore depositors.
The Pioneer reports that Karnataka Police have sought Interpol assistance to get more information about the links of 11 members of sleeper cells of Lashkar-e-Taiba and HUJI arrested in Bangalore and Hubli in connection with the Karnataka terror plot.
The Indian Express reports that the seizure of a US Army assault rifle from two men in a jungle bordering Bihar has created a flutter in Jharkhand with police saying they would investigate if a network of suppliers of foreign made weapons was reaching out to Maoists.
Under the headline, "Games graft complaint against Sheila maintainable", The Hindu says that a Delhi court held a corruption complaint against Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit and others in the conduct of the 2010 Commonwealth games maintainable.
And finally, The Asian Age writes that a move by the Uttar Pradesh Government to sell telecast and advertising rights of the coming Maha Kumbh in January 2013 has caused resentment among seers and saints who feel it's wrong to commercialise a religious event.