"Inflation rate reaching two digits is the lead story in today's Hindustan Times". Veggies push inflation to 10%, factory growth fails to cheer; gloom deepens as Rupee hits 2 month low, no respite in sight, writes the paper.
"CBI chief delivers rape shocker", reads headline of the Asian Age. While arguing that betting on sports should be legalised in India, CBI director Ranjit Sinha made a bizarre and controversial comparison with the heinous crime of rape saying: "If you cannot prevent rape, you enjoy it" reports the papers.
"Maya gets clean chit in farmhouse case "by the Uttar Pradesh Lokayukta, reports the Pioneer. The paper goes on to say that this is the 2nd such clean chit to the former Chief Minister in recent times as the CBI had closed its probe against Mayawati in a disproportionate assets case in October.
"Crores spent but Delhi unprepared for quake", under that headline the Hindu writes that fear is mounting in the capital following a series of tremors that shook Delhi in a span of three hours early on Tuesday morning.
The Statesman quotes the Ministry of External affairs as saying that the PM's skipping Colombo CHOGM is not a boycott.
"Don't sleep over it", is the headline of a story in the Tribune which says that many sleep related medical problems like depression, reduced cognitive ability, lowering of immunity, and premature aging are seen among young adults working in jobs that have late night shifts.
And finally, "Need help on parenting? Call in a coach" observes The Times of India. With family support systems decreasing and the responsibility of bringing up the child falling mostly on one parent, the mother, an increasing number of new age parents are turning to parenting coaches, says the paper.