Most dallies continue to report on the ongoing investigation into the twin bomb blasts that took place at Hyderabad on Thursday. The Hindustan Times reports "Blast Probe leads to 3 names, man on cycle." While The Tribune says "CCTV footage gives vital lead, AP forms 15 teams to trace suspects." The Pioneer adds" National Investigation Agency to probe Indian Mujahideen, terror attack link."
In a related story The Indian Express reports that an alleged terror module with bases in Bangalore, Hubli, Hyderabad and Nanded, believed to be linked to the Indian Mujahideen and Lashkar -e- Toiba, has emerged as a key suspect in the Hyderabad twin blast probe.
Referring to the crisis in the Maldives, The Mail Today reports "India brokers Nasheed's exit form mission", while The Hindu adds "Nasheed leaves embassy after "deal" - thanks to India's Intervention; crisis blows over in the Maldives".
The Times of India in its lead story on the front page reports that "Political espionage may have lead to tap on Jaitley phone" referring to illegal tapping of the BJP leader's phone and his colleague BJP chief Vijay Goel.
According to The Hindu "Upset by "blame shifting" over 2-G, Raja wants the Joint Parliamentary Committee investigating the matter to hear him - point finger at "false and incomplete evidence" by A-G".
The Asia Age reports of "Deadly violence in Bangladesh over war crime trials with supporters of the country's largest Islamic party clashing with the police, killing two people.
And finally The Hindu reports Lieutenant Commander Abhilash Tony, on the last leg of an exciting journey, is all set to become the first Indian to circumnavigate the globe non stop.