A sessions court ordering the reopening of the 1984 anti Sikh riots case against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler is a front page story in most papers. "Ghost of 84 back to haunt Congress", writes the Pioneer.
"Subrata Roy appears before SEBI", says the Hindu, writing that the Sahara Chief was summoned by the Stock Market Regulator in connection with the case relating to the refund of 24,000 crore rupees to investors in 2 Sahara group companies.
The Asian Age reports that the Supreme Court, taking suo motto cognisance of media reports about the detention of a 10 year old rape victim by the police in Bulandshahr in UP, has issued notice to the state govt on the issue.
"Judges - pick - judge system may go", reports The Times of India opining that in a bold move, the Union Cabinet is likely to soon consider a proposal to replace the collegium system of appointment of judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts.
"Wave of suspensions after Mumbai cops filmed taking bribes", says the Indian Express, writing that in unheard of action, these suspensions were of personnel attached to the Nehru Nagar police station.
The Indian Express reports that the Supreme Court has refrained from passing an order on the medical examination and surgery of conjoined twins from Bihar as their parents are against it.
And finally, in a relationship red flag report, The Times of India writes that an Oxford study has warned that engaging in too much social media activity is likely to damage strong relationships.