Most papers of the have covered on their front pages the story of constitution of the BJP parliamentary board. "Modi moves to Centre stage, tainted aide Amit Shah in tow". Under that headline, Hindustan Times reports that former Gujarat home minister Amit Shah, who is battling several court cases, has found a place in the team of office bearers named by party chief Rajnath Singh.
A special cell team of Delhi Police has found that a large portion of legally grown opium is diverted to heroin manufacturers who supply to the party circuit in major metros, writes the Times of India.
Maharashtra Governor K Sankaranarayanan has sent Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Prada's letter seeking pardon for actor Sanjay Dutt to the state home department , says The Hindu.
In a first for the country's conflict zones, security forces have roped in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur, for providing treatment to villagers living in seven districts of Chhatisgarh's Maoist-hit Bastar region using telemedicine, reports The Times of India.
The Tribune says that social activist Anna Hazare has embarked on "Jantantra Yatra" after paying homage to the martyrs at the Jalianwala Bagh while dubbing it as the "second freedom struggle" and vowing that they will not let the sacrifices of martyrs go waste.
A 23 year old Delhi girl, Pallavi Sachdev has become possibly the youngest person to be qualified as Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant and Company Secretary, writes The Times of India.
The Asian Age reports that the CBI which is probing the 3600 crore rupee Agusta Westland helicopter deal is also investigating the role of a cooperative bank based in the UAE in transferring funds to India in connection with its probe related to the deal.
And finally, soon, you will be able to use a smartphone application to help you plan your metro rail trip, reports Hindustan Times. The app would provide information on fares, stations, distances, parking and interchange facilities, among others, says the paper.