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Osmania on the boil again over Telangana (TOI)
Most newspapers have covered Finance Minister P. Chidambaram comment ruling out the possibility of rolling back the recently announced reform measures even as ally Trinamool Congress Continued with its tough posturing. MAIL TODAY covers it under "Congress swears reform or perish". THE TRIBUNE reports it as "Deadline over, Mamata may not pull the plug".
Air India pilots seem to be heading for yet another showdown with the management by serving a notice over the changes in the duty hours, which they say are "arbitrary and illegal" reports, THE HINDU.
THE STATESMAN's front page headline "The Great Bihar Womb Scam" reports that protests have erupted in Bihar over reports that hundreds of women from BPL families had their uteruses removed by doctors to claim insurance money under ,the National Health Insurance Scheme.
In some good news, THE TIMES OF INDIA has reported that Middle income group people can get their cases argued in the Supreme Court for a nominal fee of not more than twenty thousand rupees.