Many papers have pictures showing military bands performing at Vijay Chowk and the illuminated buildings at the beating the retreat ceremony yesterday. 'A mesmerising ode to the republic' writes the Hindu, adding that 'services bands enthrall as republic day celebrations end'.
The Hindustan Times and the Business Dailies lead with RBI cutting rates and home and auto loans to get cheaper. 'Repo rate reduced 25 bps after 8 months, CRR at record low' is the Business Standard headline.
'Congress loses way at T-point' writes Mail today, adding that the 'Telangana issue is on the boil again, as Congress high Command procrastinates and party MP's fighting for statehood threaten to quit'.
Shah Rukh Khan triggering an Indo-Pak war of words finds front page coverage in many dailies. 'Govt, parties slam Malik for comments on SRK security' says the Statesman. Mail Today quotes SRK as saying ' I am proud to be an Indian'.
The Hindu reports of Kolkata doctors performing a rare skull surgery on a six month old. The child was born with a deformed forehead and unequal size of eyes.
Want to go for further studies but are cash strapped ? There's hope. 'Soon Rs. 7.5 lakh education loan for poor students' writes the Tribune.
And finally, its not just about education - but health too. 'Short of cash? Now get healthy in installments' writes the Economic Times. The paper says if you can't pay for an expensive pacemaker implant, you will now be able to do it in EMI's.