The government's decision to launch "multiple operations using multiple forces" to corner Naxals in Maoist infested States in the months ahead is a front page story in the Asian Age. "All out war on Naxal Hideouts", says the paper.
"Scindia becomes first neta in BCCI to say Srinivasan should resign", writes the Times of India. The paper quotes the Union Minister as saying, "In all sense of the word propriety, that Mr. Srinivasan should step aside".
"BCCI gags Dhoni", opines the Indian Express, saying "Stick to talking about Champions Trophy, orders Srinivasan". The paper adds that the Indian skipper ducked all questions on IPL spot fixing.
"Controlled rest for pilots". Papers write that the DGCA may let pilots take a nap at the wheels in cockpits for upto 40 minutes on long flights when a plane is in cruise mode.
"Taxman to send 15 lakh letters to tax evaders", headlines the Financial Express reporting that the Income Tax department is using all means possible to catch evaders, from polite letters to inquiries with Banks and over court rulings.
"Criminal 'role' lands South Indian actress in police net", says the Pioneer stating that 25 year old starlet and her friend allegedly duped several people and firms across Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh of more than 10 crore rupees.
In good news for CBSE toppers, the Hindustan Times writes that in a first of its kind decision, the Human Resource Development Ministry has announced a one lakh rupee cash award for 200 CBSE class 12 toppers.
And Finally, the Times of India writes that 3 Indian aerospace engineering students' ambitious plan to help create an aircraft of the future has taken them to the finals of a global competition in London in which 6000 students from 618 teams and 82 countries took part.