The BJP conclave in Goa figures on the front pages of most newspapers. "Despite storm within the party, Rajnath set to anoint Modi" is the Times of India headline. "Modi relishes limelight, awaits his moment" writes the Hindustan Times. The Indian Express has a picture of protests outside Advani's house, who stayed away from the meet.
Serena Williams, who won her second French Open crown, defeating Maria Sharapova has her picture in the Hindustan Times and the Asian Age. "Sitting pretty" is the caption of her photograph in the Statesman where she is posing with her trophy. "After 11 years, Serena conquers France again" writes the Asian Age.
In the ongoing spot fixing saga, the Indian Express reports, "Cell mate Kanda counsels Sreesanth, calms him down". The paper also writes that Raj Kundra is likely to be suspended at the cricket board's meeting on Monday. The Hindustan Times says that the 2 embattled teams - Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals are likely to survive.
Business dailies have given prominence to the Yes Bank's AGM yesterday. "Yes Bank AGM sees high drama, voting" writes the Business Standard, adding that there was disagreement regarding appointment of three directors to the board of the bank.
In what can be termed as extremely regressive and shocking, papers have reported of a mass wedding in Madhaya Pradesh, where the prospective brides had to undergo a virginity and pregnancy test.
Mail Today writes of a suicide note recovered by Jiah Khan's parents. "Jilted Jiah blames Sooraj" says the paper.
How long do you spend on Facebook everyday? According to a study, "Facebook may be good for your social lives but can cause havoc in romantic relationships" writes Mail Today.