Beaten, abused and paid £25 a week: the plight of UK domestic workers employed by wealthy foreigners and diplomats - The Times of India
Manifestos, campaign trails, EC proposals and political propaganda - justifiably appear on the front pages. Hindustan Times writes that the Election Commission is taking the polls online and plans to webcast live on you tube, the voting process in most of the 14 lakh polling stations across the country.
After the Law Ministry suggested that the poll panel restrict opinion polls, Chief Election Commissioner V.S. Sampath has said that the EC cannot ban broadcast or publication of each polls, reports the Statesman.
Photographs of jubilant Cricketers in blue and Yuvraj Singh in action - appear on the front pages. The Tribune writes "India's winning run continues" during the ICC World Twenty20 match against Australia in Dhaka.
BJP's proposed manifesto expected to be released on 3rd April is covered by Hindustan Times. The paper says, the special emphasis has been laid on the party's economic agenda that is job creation, infrastructure development, revised tax slabs and a minimized role of the govt.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi, in her first-ever attack on Arvind Kejriwal's AAP, said at a rally - "Some people think running a govt is child's play - a party recently fled from its responsibilities in Delhi', report The Asian Age.
The Hindu says that even as relatives of passengers of the missing Malaysian Airliner protested in Malaysia over handling of the search - the only objects scooped up by search vessels, so far, have been fishing equipment and other flotsam, not connected in any way to the crash.
And finally, The Statesman carries an interesting story. It writes that Bridge, the game of cards, is usually associated with high society and clubs. However, the game flourishes in the village of Raibidpura in Madhya Pradesh, which has a long and proud tradition of bridge played by villagers since the 1960's. A Six member team of the Kisan Bridge Club recently participated in the President's Bridge Tournament at Bhopal's prestigious Arera club.