"Chhattisgarh's failure to act on alert intrigues' Centre", reads the Hindustan Times headline. The paper adds the Chhattisgarh government's failure to take action on a specific information that around 200 armed maoist had gathered on the Bastar Sukma border for an 'area-domination exercise", is intriguing.
The CBSE class 12th results that were declared on Monday, grabs the front page space in most of the newspapers, most showing the photograph of jubilant students particularly girls who have outshone the boys once again! The Statesman writes that Paras Sharma of Delhi and Sopan Khosla of Jabalpur were among the all-India toppers.
The Hindu on its front page writes that the Tamilnadu Police picked up Chennai based hotelier Vikram Aggarwal for questioning over his alleged involvement in IPL betting and may soon be taken to Mumbai as his name popped up repeatedly during the interrogation of Gurunath Meiyappan and Vindoo Dara Singh.
Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh's visit to Japan has grabbed the attention of newspapers as they show photograph of him being welcomed by Japanese officials at Haneda International Airport. The Indian Express covers it under the headline. "Visit to give Look East Policy, now depth".
The Hindustan Times in an exclusive writes that Indian forces may soon patrol deeper into the disputed territory with China, beyond the limits observed before the recent 3 week border standoff in Ladakh. However, they would still not be carrying out surveillance all the way up to India's perceived border because of a self imposed restriction that has never been made public.
According to Times of India, you may end up saving more in the months ahead with the Employees Provident Fund Organisation getting ready to re-notify a new definition of "Compensation" that will include all your allowances, amid intense lobbying against the move by the industry bodies.