Many papers have picture of the Pakistan Prime Minister, Raja Parvez Ashraf at the dargah in Ajmer. "Khurshid hosts Pak PM as Ajmer protests soldier's beheading" writes The Pioneer. "Chill in Indo-Pak ties persists, no substantive talks with Ashraf' is The Tribune headline.
The arrest of former Odisha DGP's rapist son is the lead story in The Hindustan Times and Times of India. 'Bitti Mohanty held in Kerala after 6 years on the run' is The Times of India headline. The Hindustan Times calls it 'the curious case of Bitti Mohanty' and gives details of how he changed his identity and was working in a bank in Kannur.
'Vijender may be in trouble, says The Statesman, of the Olympic medal winner, who is at the centre of a drug controversy. 'Ram Singh claims both boxers took drugs' adds the paper. 'Ugly twist in drug haul - prime accused attempts suicide' writes The Pioneer.
A shower that beats jet lag? A U.S airline unveiled the 'Phonton Shower' recently, which claims to wash away the effects of air travel, writes The Business line of The Hindu.
The same paper reports that Amish Tripathi, author of the Shiv trilogy has joined Chetan Bhagat in the million plus league. 'Shiva showers this author with sales, cash' in the headline.
Are you a pet lover? It'll be difficult to match Pratima Devi's love of dogs. The lady who lives in a shanty has 60 dogs, says that even if she has to go hungry, she feeds 5kg rice and meat to her pets, writes The Indian Express.