Today's Newspapers "Olympian shame"- "India booked out of Olympic High table" is the lead story in the Mail Today, reporting India's suspension from the IOC has also received front page coverage in almost all papers. "Oxygen low, plug pulled, 4 die in ICU" writes the Pioneer, reporting that in a case of gross negligence of hospital administration, four critical patients died in an unfortunate accident at the Sushruta Trauma Centre in Delhi yesterday. Papers Today also report the imprisonment of an Indian Software professional and his wife in Norway, on being held guilty of serious Child abuse. The couple have been awarded imprisonment of 18 months and 15 months. In an exclusive story, the Hindu writes " Termination of airport deal crucial to our survival: Maldivian Minister". The paper adds that according to Ahmed Adeep Abdul Gafoor, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture of the Maldives, the move by his government to terminate GMR infrastructure's 25 year contract to own and operate the Male International Airport is a "totally Economic decision" that is crucial to its survival. "Township planned on Delhi-Jaipur e-way," says the Times of India, adding that it has resulted in a fresh real Estate rush along the 265 Km road.The Pioneer writes that Delhi Metro Commuters are set to feel the pinch as the corporation has decided to hike fares by 40 per cent. According to the proposal, the minimum fare will go up from 8 to 10 rupees and the maximum from 30 to 40 rupees. And Finally, "23 year old gives J&K, self a new innings" - writes the Indian Express, the paper reports that after the Bangalore nightmare for Parvez Rasool who was detained there in November 2009, and his subsequently being cleared by forensic experts, the 23 year old all-rounder was declared man of the match for leading J & K to their first Ranji Trophy win in over three years.