Poll results dominate the front-pages of dailies today with interesting headlines. "Aapocalypse buries Congress and BJP in Delhi", writes the Mail Today. The Business Standard says"Gloom for Congress while lotus blooms" the Economic Times comes up with a tongue in cheek lead which reads"Many Netas now Aam Aadmi". The Hindustan Times writes "Welfare schemes couldn't save the Congress".
"Sonia vow to introspect and rectify errors", reports the Asian Age and opines "Delhi : President rule possible if BJP cannot form a Govt". The Hindu quotes Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal saying that the Lok Sabha polls are next on the party's agenda.
The Times of India writes that bowing to the International Olympic Committee's pressure, the Indian Olympic Association has amended its constitution to bar tainted persons from contesting its elections.
On the WTO negotiations in Bali Indonesia, the Hindustan Times reports that after 5 days of gruelling negotiations, India, led by Commerce Minister Anand Sharma has won plaudits for successfully piloting the Grand Bargain for drawing up a permanent solution to food subsidies. "Thumbs up - victory for India, food security program intact"; says the paper.
The Pioneer opines that elated at the BJP's sweeping victory markets are likely to jump to new highs, though the rally in the coming days would be short lived.
And finally, The Times of India, writes that "Humans are not smarter than Animals". Reporting on a study a paper, the paper says that growing evidence clearly shows that animals often posses different abilities that are misunderstood by Humans and often underrated due to humans' fixation on language and Technology.