Today's Newspapers Headlines
"Jinping, the new face of China" reports the Hindustan Times. The paper adds China's old guard begins formally making way for the new, by issuing a warning.
President Hu Jintao opened the 18th National Party Congress by talking about corruption and the man who will be responsible for tackling corruption for the next 10 years will be Xi Jinping.
The Cabinet approval of a levy of about 31000 crore rupees as one time fee on telecom spectrum held by incumbent telecom companies to create a level playing field between old and new operators has widely been covered by almost all newspapers.
Under the headline "IT Noose tightens around Gadkari'. The Mail Today on it's front page reports that the Income Tax Department which had recently raided and searched the premises of various companies that invested in BJP President's Purti Group has said that these offices and companies do not exist.
Satyam Yadav, a councilor from Nangloi (East) in the capital was found dead along with her baby daughter at her home, even as her parents said she was killed for dowry. The Pioneer reports it under the headline "Dowry whiff over woman councilor, baby's death".
The Hindu reports with US President Barack Obama locked in four years at the White House, the guessing game on who will succeed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State is turning out to be a big question. The names of potential successors include Senator John Kerry, UN Ambassador Susan Rice and National Security Advisor Tom Donilan.
The Times of India reports researchers from Bristol University have found that elderly people who consumed the highest amounts of milk and dairy foods in childhood were able to walk faster and were much less likely to suffer problems with balance and lived longer.