Ram Singh, the main accused in the Delhi gangrape case, found hanging in Tihar, is the lead in almost all papers. 'Suicide or Murder?' asks the Times of India. 'Family alleges murder' writes the Tribune. 'Tihar struggles to explain the death - many questions still remain' says the Indian Express.
Boxer Vijender Singh being questioned by Pubjab Police for his role in the recent drug seizure case figures prominently in many dailies. 'Vijender refuses to give blood and hair samples' reports the Tribune.
Four Australian cricketers dropped from the third test for indiscipline makes front page news. Mail Today calls it 'bizarre axing', 'Oz players leave in a huff' writes the Pioneer.
Kerala police securing Bitti Mohanty's custody for ten days is reported by Hindustan Times. 'Bitti to be taken to Rajasthan now' says the Asian Age.
Urban voters in Karnataka giving a resounding victory to the opposition Congress in the local civic body polls yesterday, finds place in the Statesman and Hindustan Times.
India getting 4 medals in the Asian Cycling Championships, including 2 silver, is reported on the sports page of the Pioneer.
'Car sales see sharpest fall in 12 years, skid 26% in Feb' informs the Hindu business line.
'Wrong number - Sims on fake identity' under that headline the Times of India writes that 2800 crore rupee penalty on telecom companies for 19 lakh fake sims'.
Love your pet? Sure, we all do. Spa treatments - yes, once in a while. But a TV Channel, primarily for dogs? That precisely is what an Israeli Cable TV company has done to keep pooches entertained. 'Israel TV has gone to the dogs, literally!' writes the Times of India.