The papers are agog with Tehelka scandal and the grave charge of sexual harassment against Tarun Tejpal, editor - in - chief of Tehelka. The Hindustan Times covers it with the headline "Tejpal creates Tehelka, Goa begins sex assault probe".
Anand's Book of Destruction, Benyamin's Goat Days and Cyrus Mistry's Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer along with works of 2 Pakistan's and a Sri Lankan are on the short list for the 31.45 lakh rupees DSC prize for South Asian literature 2014, reports the Mail Today.
The Business Line informs that according to World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, India was looking at good third quarter growth, dispelling some of the global gloom over an emerging economy gone awry and could report better annual results.
The Tribune writes that the Nepali Congress took a substantial lead in trends in counting of votes to choose an assembly, as Maoist Chief Prachanda, suffered a defeat and rejected the vote count.
The severe cyclone storm 'HELEN' hustling towards Andhra Pradesh coast has been captured by India's Mars orbiter - Mangalyaan, in the first image of the country, beamed back in its maiden mission to the Red Planet, writes the Pioneer.
The Union government began a fresh round of negotiations with leaders of the largest Naga insurgent group, hoping to hammer out a political settlement to the decades old conflict, writes The Hindu.
According to Times of India with cases of mis-selling by banks continuing to come to light, the Reserve Bank of India plans to introduce the concept of 'treat customers fairly' (TCF) for sale of third-party products.