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Arvind Kejriwal's declaration that he is ready to take on Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in Varanasi in the Lok Sabha election is a front page story in most papers. "Modi vs him; Kejriwal to wait for Varanasi Voice" writes The Indian Express. The Hindustan Times says, "It's Varanasi , as Kejriwal takes the fight to Modi."
"Aggressive Rahul says 2002 clean chit to Modi Premature; 'correct's stand on 1984 Roits", writes the Times of India.
"BJP to offer tax cuts to woo middle class", writes the Asian Age. The paper adds, "IT exemption hike to 5 lakh rupees to be in manifesto: service taxes, excise duties on petrol, diesel set to be rationalized".
The Hindustan Times reports that, senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley has dismissed talk that his decision to contest the Lok Sabha polls for the first time has pitch-forked him as a prime ministerial candidate in case the Narendra Modi-led BJP fails to make the cut and needs a new face to attract allies. "Jaitley denies he is BJP's 'Plan B' PM pick" says the paper.
The Tribune opines that with the BJP fielding senior party leader Arun Jaitely from Amritsar, siting MP Navjot Singh Sidhu has paid for his tussle with the Shiromani Akali Dal leadership over the 'delay' in carrying out his pet projects.
The Pioneer writes that in the Lok Sabha election, people will be able to enjoy uninterrupted mobile connectivity, courtesy the Election Commission. The Electoral Office of Delhi has instructed all service providers to ensure this so that communications relating to the polling procedures are not affected, reports the paper.
And finally, here is news for those who love the colour red. "Its official", The Times of India writes, "angry people actually see red!" The paper goes on to say that according to a research, those with hostile personalities do show a preference for the colour red.