The uncertain post poll situation in Delhi continues to dominate headlines of most dailies today. " Congress throws dice, lends outside support to AAP" reports the Times of India. The Hindustan Times adds "AAP won't form government too, President's rule almost certain". The Economic Times says "AAP's tone on government formation changes ahead of meet with LG".
The Drift between Anna Hazare and the Aam Aadmi Party has also made it to the headlines of many newspapers "Spat at Anna's an-shan - Hazare asks AAP leader to leave for interrupting V.K Singh's speech". The Indian Express adds "As Anna fasts, cracks between his team and AAP take center stage".
The passing of the Lokpal Bill in the Rajya Sabha invites this headline from the Hindustan Times "After government, BJP shake hands, Lokpal Bill caught in SP jam". The Times of India says "Government tables stronger bill on Lokpal, SP holds it up" while the Pioneer adds "SP spanner in Rajya Sabha Lokpal bill debate - Mulayam puzzles, may support no trust in Lok Sabha".
In a front page story the Indian Express reports "Congress goes "buying" reporters in Chhattisgarh" and adds that the party made a list of a hundred journalists, and earmarked rupees 5,000 to rupees 50,000 each.
The Mail Today in its lead story reports that YSR Congress leader Jagan Mohan Reddy has set the tone for a big political realignment ahead of the Lok Sabha elections by indicating that he is not averse to an alliance with the BJP.
And finally, The Times of India reports, that the Hubble space telescope has identified two huge plumes of water as high as 200 kilometers which occasionally erupt on Jupiter's moon Europa, making the moon one of the main targets in the search for habitable worlds away from earth.