'Why are Gods so angry that they are even killing the saviours', writes the Hindustan Times, quoting an Air Force officer, referring to the helicopter crash in Uttarakhand.
To help the survivor's overcome their psychological trauma and depression, the Hindu reports that a mental health helpline has been launched.
It's all been about rescuing humans, but what about the 2000 mules stranded in Gaurikund? The Pioneer reports of the army and animal lovers who are working towards this now.
There's good news for students seeking admission to Delhi University. 'Seats in DU's hot courses doubled', says the Mail Today.
The Hindustan Times writes that Delhi Police will now seek feedback from callers who dial 100, to improve their response.
'South tops in bank access, Maharashtra, Gujarat below national average' writes the Times of India, according to a survey by a rating firm.
Young parents who feel a sense of pride when their little ones handle the mobile, their i-pad or i-pod will need to do a rethink. 'Exposure to gadgets hurts kids eyesight' informs the Asian Age.
'Divorced from reality, online unions in trouble', writes the Economic Times on its front page, adding that lawyers say, about half of the break ups involve partners who met online.
A pill to prevent breast cancer? The Times of India writes that a daily dose for 5 years will cut the risk by 40 percent. Definitely seems to be a better choice than a mastectomy.