Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh's reply to the debate on the motion of thanks to the Presidents address dominates the front pages. Highlighting his confidence about the 2014 elections the Hindu reports, "We'll make it again, combative PM tells Rajnath".
In the backdrop of recent incidents of police brutality on a woman in Punjab and contractual teachers in Bihar, the Supreme Court's suo moto intervention is prominently noticed by most papers.
In a front page exclusive, the Hindustan Times reports that power companies in Delhi will now have to pay fines upto a 100 rupees a day or more for delays in attending to consumer complaints like burnt meters or transformer snags.
The Supreme Court's ruling that a soldier who suffers injuries while on casual leave will be entitled to disability benefits is highlighted in the Tribune.
In an interesting front page special story, the Indian Express reports that two Muslim students have won all the three Sanskrit medals in Gujarat University.
And finally, the Times of India writes that advances in surgery have made it possible to reconstruct a hand even if it is crushed or mutilated.