Reporting on the British Prime Ministers India visit, The Economic Times writes "David Cameron all praise for Indian Economy", "Pitches for greater partnership says India to be among 3 economies by 2030".
In a Media related story, The Hindu writes that in a move which could impact TV channels run by close affiliates of political parties, the Union government is considering the possibility of clamping down on Surrogates in the Media Sector.
The Asian Age reports that in a serious embarrassment for ruling Nagaland People's Front ahead of the February 23rd polls, Nagaland Home Minister Imkong L Imchen was arrested yesterday with a cache of arms and ammunition and 1.10 crore rupees in cash in his vehicle.
"Shut for 9 days, Kashmir back to Normal" reports The Tribune, writing that the region was Shut due to Crippling curfews and shut downs in the aftermath of the February 9th hanging of Mohd. Afzal Guru.
"Third party motor cover to cost more" says The Times of India. Come April and your third party motor insurance will pinch your pocket more the regulator has proposed a 38.9% weighted jump in Third Party motor insurance for private cars.
Reporting on the weather, The Times of India writes "wet spell still not over for Delhi, expect rain, hail over weekend," adding that the coming Western disturbances will be more pronounced over Delhi.
And finally, India's first wildlife Sky-walk will come up in Maenam wildlife sanctuary in Sikkim. The Hindustan Times writes that the environment ministry has approved the Sikkim Govt. proposal for the 500 crore rupee Sky-walk - Similar to one in Grand Canyon in North America which attracts over 3,00,000 visitors every year.