Most papers this morning report the Match fixing betting mess, exposing the deep rot in the system. "Betting Tracks lead to Chennai Super Kings writes Mail Today. "Fixing muck reaches Chennai, Super King boss to be grilled", reports the Hindustan Times. "Police prepare to question BCCI chief's son in law for betting links", is the Times of India headline.
The other major story covered by all newspapers is the function marking the 9th year of the UPA II government. "UPA anniversary; Congress goes on the offensive", writes the Statesman. "Show of unity as UPA II releases report card", is the Tribune headline. "UPA blows its own trumpet", writes the Pioneer.
In a horrifying incident reported by most papers, seven member of a family were brutally butchered in Gaziabad. According to the Statesman, the deceased include three minors. The Hindu adds that all seven were killed with a sharp edged weapon and the head of the family was a grain trader. The Hindustan Times writes that one of the drivers, who was recently sacked by the family appears to be the main suspect.
The Indian Express and Times of India write that the government of India has given its approval for Quadracycles to ply on city roads. According to the Financial Express, Bajaj auto will soon launch the RE 60 a small, low speed vehicle for a cleaner, safer and quieter world. According to the Hindu, the Quadracycle is a fully enclosed four wheeler for commercial use in the urban environment. Which will guarantee stability unlike the three wheeler that puts passengers at risk.