Most papers this morning report that the two Houses of Parliament agreeing to a vote on the FDI in retail debate, breaking the logjam that kept Parliament from functioning.
All railway passengers in reserved compartments will have to carry identity proof from tomorrow says The Hindu. The Railways have ruled that those found without an identity card will be treated as 'travelling without a ticket', reports the paper.
Most economic dailies report the Sensex jumping to a 19-month high after Goldman Sachs gave Indian bourses a shot in the arm by upgrading its rating.
Lord Justice Leveson calls for independent regulation of the press in Britain. According to The Hindu, Justice Leveson accused the British media of putting sensationalism above public interest wreaking havoc on the lives of innocent people for many decades. The Tribune and most other papers have also reported this story.
A 12-year old boy from Sudan underwent a successful kidney and liver transplant in Delhi after his two sisters donated the organs to save him. Hindustan Times and most other papers have reported this story.
Three new tigers have been sighted in unexpected ranges in the Dudhwa Reserve Forest in Uttar Pradesh writes The Pioneer in an exclusive story.
And finally, the Economic Times reports an exclusive story about the Ministry of Personnel considering a proposal to allow a government pensioner to grant a part of his pension to a child born out of wedlock. A pensioner can also nominate any person, even a non-family member, to be entitled to his pension amount after his death.