Most newspapers this morning have front page photograph of Novak Djokovic, with his Australian Open Tennis trophy, as well as photographs of the Medium range ballistic missile that India successfully test fired from an underwater platform.
The Hindustan Times writes that the North East is all set to be India's next food bowl. According to the paper, India has raised the annual funding for a green revolution in the Eastern India from 400 crore rupees to a 1000 crore rupees. The North East with its fertile soil and abundant rainfall could be the next agricultural power house, as overall the Eastern States have produced 7 million more tons of rice and Nagaland and Manipur alone achieved a farm output of nearly 1 million tons.
The Indian Express reports that with the radiation scare leading to a clampdown on a mobile tower installation, there are rising instances of calls dropping in Mumbai and Delhi but the more serious worry is that weaker signals are forcing mobile handset manufacturers to compensate by ramping up transmission power, resulting in higher radiation exposure for the users from the phone itself.
At least 232 people were killed in a nightclub fire in Southern Brazil on Sunday. About 500 people were inside the club when the fire broke. Mail Today, the Hindustan Times and most other paper have covered this story with photographs.
Delhi has over 14 lakh fake voters, an alarming 11% of the total electorate, writes the Pioneer in a front page story. This has been found after a door to door survey by the Chief Electoral Office of Delhi.