The Prime Minister 'drawing the line' for the CBI on the occasion of its Golden Jubilee, receives prominence in today's Press. "Our stoic Prime Minister can get provoked too, writes Mail Today. In response to the CBI director's observation on 'impropriety by policy makers', the Hindu, quoting the PM, writes 'Probe Agencies should not sit in judgement over Policy'.
Voters in Chhattisgarh DEFYING Maoist violence and boycott calls and registering a 6.8 % voter turnout, is also highlighted "Record rebuff to Reds by Chhattisgarh voters" is the top headline in the Pioneer.
The Centre has ordered a probe into the alleged 'foreign funding' of the Aam Admi Party, with the Congress and the BJP crying foul, writes the Hindu. 'Accusing the government of a witch hunt, Arvind Kejriwal said - 'Check sources of Congress and BJP funds too, writes the Pioneer.'
Regarding recent factual inaccuracies in the speeches of Narendra Modi's, such as - 'Alexander died near the Ganga' - and - 'Nehru had skipped Sardar Patel's funeral' - the Times of India writes - 'Modi must guard against more slip-up's feels his Party.
The Financial Express reports - 'In an interim relief to mining companies, the Supreme Court has allowed the Goa government to e-auction around 11.48 million tons of excavated Iron Ore stock which has been lying idle in mines.
Stung by surging criticism of policy paralysis, the Centre is preparing a white paper on economic reforms - listing out 50 key initiatives taken over the last two years to boost economic growth, attract investment and make India a business friendly destination, writes the Hindustan Times.
And finally, Times of India announces - 'Its official. Indians ARE the best bargain-hunters. An International survey (conducted across 29 countries) shows that Indians get the best value for money, especially on 'hotel rooms'.