Infy to iGate:Phaneesh Murthy has tainted past,denies charge
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's ongoing India visit and the Uttar Pradesh Lokayukta indicting two Ministers of former Chief Minister Mayawati's cabinet for siphoning off funds are lead stories in most papers.
The Times of India writes that the Centre plans to incorporate match fixing and spot fixing as specific criminal offences under the IPC as the current provisions of the IPC are inadequate in the area.
"NRI teen invents 20 sec. phone charger", says the Times of India. The paper adds that the 18 year old Eesha Khare received the Intel foundation young scientist award of 50,000 dollars for developing a fast charging super capacitor that fits inside a cell phone, charges the battery quickly and holds it for long.
In worrying news for life style choices made by us, the Times of India writes "Premature aging of kids sets alarm bells ringing" - Toddlers with greying hair, an eight year old with high blood cholesterol and a pre-adolescent who has the physique of a 20 year old - the signs are ominous and adds that doctors blame obesity and a sedentary life style for this.
"Registration may be must for high end rent deeds", writes Hindustan Times, adding that registration would become mandatory irrespective of the length of the deed. This may force tenants to bear the additional burden of the fees, but they would also benefit as the deed would have evidential value in a court of law, says the paper.
And finally, after a long wait, fans of Ruskin Bond have something to cheer about as the famous author has given his readers another lovely collection of essays titled "A garland of memories", reports the Pioneer.