"Kejri's power trip begins" reads the lead headline of today's Mail Today. Arvind Kejriwal bit the ballot, finally. But it could be more than the former revenue officer can chew. The poll promises made by AAP, have raised expectations sky-high among supporters and fulfillment of the same is eagerly awaited, add the papers.
India's very own national emergency response number, on the lines of 911 in the US, is likely to be operational by January 2014. The toll - free number will be a single point contact for assistance in case of any kind of emergency reports, The Hindustan Times.
Archaeologists have discovered remains of a 2000 year old mud fort at a place called Damroo, about 85 KM from Raipur. The excavation of the site may throw light on the "dark period" of Chhattisgarh - the missing historical link between the 1st and 5th Century AD, reports the Asian Age.
According to the Pioneer Indian-American Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is planning to run for the 2016 US Presidential elections.
Farmers will be able to switch on their water pumps through their mobiles, contractors will know the status of their tenders through mobiles and government employees will get to know their leave balance through their mobiles - all this is set to happen in Karnataka writes the Statesman. The paper adds that Karnataka government is set to introduce mobile governance over 50 government services for the common man that will encourage paperless administration and transparency and reduce corruption.
And finally, according to the Hindu, the famous lines of acclaimed Urdu Poet Sardar Jafri: "Tum Aao Gulshan-e-Lahore Se Chaman Bardosh" emphasised that India and Pakistan share similar language, cultural heritage, challenges and the desire to bring peace in the sub-continent reports the paper.