The attack on Congress leader by naxals in Chhattisgarh is the lead in most papers. 'Maoists kill Salwa Judum founder Karma' writes the Times of India. '18 Congress workers also die in ambush' states the Hindu. While the Tribune calls it 'red terror in Bastar', The Asian Age reports that 'V.C.Shukla is critical'.
The chorus for BCCI President Srinivasan is getting louder. The Hindustan Times, in a box item lists reasons why he must go. The paper's headline reads 'Srinivasan defiant as son in law sings'. Ahead of IPL final, action happens off the field' writes the Financial Express, adding that 'Srinivasan refuses to quit, BCCI mulls his ouster'. 'Real final - Srinivasan vs Rest of India' is the Times of India headline.
As for the son-in-law Mail Today calls him 'the guru of big game betting'. 'Meiyappan placed heavy bets on IPL matches, says Mumbai Police' informs the Hindu. The paper also writes that the case of CSK's termination appears strong'.
The Indian Express reports of a small town Phalodi in Rajasthan where its betting season all year round. 'From cricket to arrival of rains to election results, Phalodi residents stake money on everything' writes the paper.
Do you turn to your children for help when it comes to computers, tablets or even setting your facebook account? Most of us do. 'Are children naturally better at computers ? asks the Times of India. A study has revealed that this is not necessarily so and adults have developed a conveniently lazy mindset.
And finally, the Indian Express in an item titled 'Junking fast food' writes that Delhi could become the first state in India to ban the sale of junk food and carbonated drinks in school canteens.