The condition of the 23 year old gang rape victim, now undergoing treatment in a hospital in Singapore, continues to receive prominence in the day's papers. "Rape survivor air-lift was a Government, not a Medical decision", reads The Hindu's headline.
The National Development Council's meeting held yesterday was also covered prominently. In his address to the NDC, the Prime Minister hinted at a phased increase in electricity tariff, and prices of petroleum products' reports the Statesman.
Ratan Tata will hand over his job at India's largest industrial house, the Tata Group today, to his successor, Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, reports Hindustan Times. However, Ratan Tata will continue to head two Trusts, and oversee their numerous philanthropic activities, reports the paper.
The Indian Express reports that the Government is planning to create a 'database' of convicts in sexual crimes in Delhi and put it in public domain to prevent them from getting jobs in places where interaction with women and children is required.
The Gulmarg ski resort is the place to be this winter, especially for winter sports enthusiasts, as the tourist resort would host two national level winter sports events - alpine skiing and snow boarding championships - over the next two months, reports the Tribune.
The Asian Age writes that Bilawal Bhutto, son of Benazir Bhutto, yesterday launched his political career as Chairman of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, on the fifth anniversary of his mother's death.
And finally, the Times of India writes that people who have a hearty breakfast are happier and less nervous. Breakfast breaks the 7-hour no-food spell, revs up your metabolism, and has far-reaching benefits, upholding the traditional wisdom of breakfast being the most important meal of the day, says the paper.
Top story of the day: Ratan Tata