The Aarushi Talwar murder case verdict by a CBI special court is the lead headline in most papers. "Parents killed Aarushi", says the Indian Express, while the Asian Age writes "Talwars held guilty for Aarushi - Hemraj killing". Referring to the parents reaction, the Times of India says "Nupur broke down, Rajesh turned Ashen".
Reporting on the Tarun Tejpal alleged sexual assault on a woman journalist, the Times of India writes "Journalist quits, set to go to police against Tejpal". In a related story, the Statesman says "Tejpal applies for bail".
"No arbitration in Agusta Deal" says Antony," writes the Pioneer. The Asian Age says that the MOD does not want to be drawn into any legal battle on arbitration with Augusta Westland.
"India connect in US-Iran N-deal", says the Times of India, writing that when the US, led by President Richard Nixon cut a deal with Communist China using Pakistan as a conduit in 1970, India was left out of the loop in a detente that changed the geopolitical dynamics of the region. Some four decades later, India is front and centre in the American reconciliation with Iran, an event that is likely to bring about a greater seismic shift in Asia.
"Dial 1037 if bill suddenly spikes", advises the Mail Today. The paper writes that both mobile and landline telephone subscribers will soon get access to a special toll free number 1037 on which they can lodge complaints concerning over billing & poor service.
"AAP removes Anna's name from posters, says the Hindustan Times, adding that this is in response to Anna Hazare asking the party not to use his name for campaigning.
And finally, the Asian Age writes "Looking for a job?, share less information online". The paper says that sharing personal information on social networking sites by job seekers may lead to hiring discrimination, according to a new US study.