Under the headline, "Malik adds sour note to visa pact", The Indian Express reports that Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik equated 26/11 to Babri and also said weather may have killed Kargil martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia, whose mutilated body was returned by Pakistan in 1999. Hindustan Times writes that Malik began his India visit on an uneasy note as he brushed aside the demand for action against Jamat-ud-dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, allegedly the main plotter of the 26/11 Mumbai carnage, saying not enough evidence has been supplied by India against Hafiz Saeed.
The Times of India writes that the Government will review a circular issued by Employee Provident Fund Organisation that had asked employers to deduct the PF subion from the gross salary including allowances - a move that would reduce the take-home salary of more than five crore workers.
Hindustan Times reports that the Supreme Court has ruled that unless an alleged bigamous marriage is declared null and void in a proper legal proceeding, a man and woman will be treated as a married couple making the man liable to pay maintenance to his wife notwithstanding the presence of a certificate of the woman's first marriage.
The Pioneer under the headline "Miss Munna Bhai MBBS lands in soup" writes that in a bizarre episode of impersonation, Andhra police have arrested a young doctor for using the identity of a young girl for securing admission to a medical college and getting a degree.
The Times of India says the Delhi government has decided to set up biometrics enabled Micro ATMs at all 140 NGO run gender resource centres that will use the UID numbers as proof of identity and disburse withdrawal of the monthly food subsidy of 600 rupees to the seniormost woman of a vulnerable household.
And finally, Hindustan Times writes that researchers have developed a new computer chip that operates in the Terahertz range that can penetrate solids like X-rays which could allow you to use your smartphone camera to see through walls.