Hindustan Times reports under the headline, 'Mamata's trust vote plan finds no takers' that with the BJP and the Left keener to force a Parliament vote on Foreign Direct Investment in multi brand retail, TMC chief Mamata Banerjee is unlikely to find the necessary support to move a no trust vote against the government.
The Hindu Business Line says that the Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Centre and the CBI on a plea for a probe by a special investigation team into the alleged irregularities in coal block allocations.
The Pioneer says, a select committee of Rajya Sabha's recommendations to bring the Prime Minister under Lokpal and to delink Lokayuktas from the Lokpal Bill will give far reaching powers to the ombudsman.
The Hindu writes that India and China will make one last attempt at making progress on the border question before a new leadership takes over in Beijing.
The Times of India reports that researchers have claimed to have designed the fastest and most accurate mathematical algorithm yet, with speed, accuracy and natural movement close to those of a real arm, that can help disabled people manoeuvre computer cursors with their thoughts.
And finally, The Pioneer writes that the South Delhi Civic Body's plan to bring a proposal to allow plying of horse buggies near famous tourist areas and monuments will give tourists a taste of Victorian royalty.