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AAP to contest maximum numbers of the Lok Sabha seats in Lok Sabha polls makes front page news in most papers. ''AAP sounds war cry for LS polls, Kejriwal won't contest" reads the Hindustan Times headline.
"CM turns down 5 bedroom house after facing criticisim" writes the Pioneer. " 'Wants to be above suspicion like Caesar's wife' adds the paper.
"AAP goes glam" says a news item in Hindustan Times city, adding that from the humble jhadoo to cool T-Shirts, merchandise inspired by the Aam Aadmi party has flooded markets and has loads of takers. 'AAP is in fashion' writes Mail Today, saying that the Aam Aadmi ministers are popularising flight jackets this winter.
A Polish woman, abducted, raped and dumped in the city is widely covered by the press.
"13 dead as heavy snow blankets US'' writes the Tribune, adding that nearly 3,500 flights have been cancelled and over 12,000 delayed. The Hindu business line has a picture of cars lined up on a bridge, unable to move because of snow, with the caption "nowhere to go".
"Bangladesh votes today, India decides to back Sheikh Hasina" writes the Indian Express, about elections there.
The Times of India, on its front page writes "Single women enjoyed playing the PANK! Did you just think 'now what's that ?' The paper explains that it is professional aunt with no kids', and that she is among a growing breed of career women who opt out of marriage and motherhood but love to play mom by proxy to their siblings kids.
And finally, so youv'e made your new year resolutions. The Times of India reports that according to a survey in UK, 'Most resolutions will be broken on January 24,' and this day is dubbed as 'Fail Friday'.